Tag: German beers

Beer Review – Mahr’s Bräu Leicht


The other day, I hit the import wall at Kress Liquors. Among my selections was a bottle of Mahr’s Bräu Leicht. Mahr’s Bräu is a brewery in Bamberg, Germany that has been around since at least 1670 and owned by the same family since 1895. They produce a […]

Beer Review – DAB Original


During a recent trip to Wegman’s, I assembled a mixed six with a predominantly English and German slant. I can remember my Pappy telling a story about a beer truck overturning and the driver passing cases of DAB beer to the firemen in gratitude for their rapid response. So, […]

Beer Review – Krombacher Weizen


Recently, while waiting for our cruise to depart, I went on an advanced scouting trip in search of dinner. The absence of a children’s menu at the local German restaurant thwarted my efforts. Having walked nearly two whole blocks, I felt that I was entitled to some liquid […]

Beer Review – Hacker-Pschorr Munich Gold


As a part of a mixed six from Wegman’s, I picked up a bottle of Hacker-Pschorr Munich Gold. Hacker-Pschorr has been a leading brewer in Bavaria since 1417 or nearly a century before the enactment of the Reinheitsgebot Purity Law of 1516. Additionally, their brewing process had remained virtually unchanged for […]

Beer Review – Kaiserdom Pilsener


Recently, while waiting for our cruise to depart, I went on an advanced scouting trip in search of dinner. The absence of a children’s menu at the local German restaurant thwarted my efforts. Having walked nearly two whole blocks, I felt that I was entitled to some liquid […]