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RATINGS: 803   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.13/5   IBU: 28   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Toasted Lager was originally named for the “toasted” characteristic of our original direct-fire brick kettle. Our World Beer Cup gold medal winning flagship brew is brewed with a blend of six specialty malts for a flavor as rich and unique as the town it’s from. Toasted Lager’s balanced flavor of malt and hops makes for easy drinking and our special proprietary lager yeast produces an exceptional, long-lasting smooth finish.

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2.9
Ungstrup (38417) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - MAY 2, 2008
Bottled at Stockholm Beer Festival 2007. An amber beer with a thin orangey head. The aroma is sweet malty with primary notes of caramel, and so is the flavor thoug added light notes of spices. The body is thin.

2.7
shigadeyo (3790) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - MAY 1, 2008

4/21/2008: Blue Point Toasted Lager pousr amber-orange with a medium to large foamy off-white to beige-colored head. The aroma and flavor are both floral with some butterscotchy malt and subtle toast. This beer has a medium-light to medium body. It tasted okay, but I should have just had another pint of <a href=http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/sixpoint-righteo Righteous Rye instead!

Pint (draught) at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que in New York City (Harlem). Rating #225 for this beer...

3
tgncc (3145) - Bellmore, New York, USA - APR 27, 2008
Not bad at all. Had on the Long Island Railroad on the way home. Definitely was ok considering. The aroma has a nutty caramel note to it. The appearance is amber. The flavor is smooth, caramel and nutty. The finish is unremarkable. Not bad, good for a beer you can get on the railroad.

3.1
RCL (2032) - Waltham, Massachusetts, USA - APR 23, 2008
Slightly coppery aroma. Follows through with a lightly metallic malty flavor. OK.

2.8
kevd193213 (992) - Hope Valley, Rhode Island, USA - APR 5, 2008
UPDATED: APR 23, 2008 Draught. Brown clear pour with thin white head. Aroma of almonds and malt with some caramel present. Taste of malt, caramel and almonds. Really thin finish, and I agree with a previous review that this is really bland but the style is fairly unexciting to begin with.

3.3
Goodgrief (2059) - Middletown, Delaware, USA - MAR 30, 2008
Nov. 2007 - Orange-like color with almost no head, but some lacing. Weak aroma of toasted malt. Flavor was a mild caramel backbone with some toasted nuts and some hop bitterness. Overall I found this rather bland and uninteresting, but it isn’t the most exciting style either.

3.4
afireinside96 (923) - Mountville, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 27, 2008
bottle. pours an iced tea color amber with a one finger lt. tan head. smells sweet and caramelized. nicely balanced flavor and a smooth palate make it very easy to drink. the finish has a doughy taste. extremely refreshing & a pretty good session beer.

2.7
chimplechamp (601) - Oslo, NORWAY - MAR 25, 2008
pours clear light amber. smallish head. smells caramel corn and light toffee, tastes watery, light mouthfeel. very sessionable. not so great.

3.4
rugbydude05 (478) - Bridgewater, NJ, New Jersey, USA - MAR 22, 2008
12 oz bottle, pours a hazy golden color with moderate head. Aroma was pleasantly subtle and like the name suggests rather toasted. Taste is very full and and slightly sweet with a strong malt flavor. Palate was smooth and a very pleasant sweet aftertaste. Impressive beer.

3.2
rds (230) - USA - MAR 9, 2008
UPDATED: SEP 30, 2008 This was a surprisingly tasty lager. A lovely clear amber, with a great lacey head, mild but noticeable (especially for lager) flavor, with a warm finish. Better than most lagers I can think of.


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