RATINGS: 122   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.59/5   IBU: 16   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Named after the hardworking neighborhood where the original Grain Belt Brewery established its roots back in 1893. The term ‘Nordeast’ comes from the Northern and Eastern European immigrants and their language which helped shape Northeast Minneapolis. This amber American Lager is our way of honoring the storied past of Grain Belt and the people who helped to make it legendary! Cheers!

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3.7
Diesel90 (1) - Iowa city, Iowa, USA - OCT 18, 2014 does not count
A great easy drinking beer that can be a cheap replacement for your basic big brewers.

2.7
dekester1 (366) - Town of Maple Creek, Wisconsin, USA - SEP 28, 2014
Poured a dark, pale amber with a light head and lacing. Aroma was the highlight being slightly sweet with hint of prunes. Taste possessed maltiness with a slight pear and nut notes. Finish was light hops. Palate was decent. Overall, an OK amber.

2.6
foyle (422) - Wyoming, USA - SEP 12, 2014
Poured from 12 oz bottle into pint glass. Appearance: pours a 1"+ off white head that slowly falls leaving some nice lacing on the glass. Color is a clear amber with mild streaming carbonation. Aroma: toasted barley malt dominates the aroma, other than that, it is fairly mild. Mouthfeel: light and frothy with a somewhat dry finish. Flavor: toasted bread crust, some corn, raisin, maybe a hint of hops in the finish. Overall: decent but pedestrian.

2.5
Headbanger (3999) - Aurora, Illinois, USA - JUL 31, 2014
12oz bottle 7/31/14 (Woodmans-Waukesha)-Pours a clear amber with no head. Aroma of malt, caramel, and grains. Taste of the same with some slight hops. This light bodied brew is a bit mild but rather boring.

1.7
rondphoto (4448) - Lakeside Park, Kentucky, USA - JUL 28, 2014
can @ John’s Grocery / Iowa City IA --- Clear dark amber with a thick rocky white head, a couple of streaks of lace. Taste is corn and a little malt. I’m really surprised that the flavor disappears almost before one hits the finish. Very weak, not even the equal of their flagship, Grain Belt. Not good for anything but another rating.

1.6
PetryD09 (7) - - JUL 24, 2014 does not count
Bottle. Aroma of corn and bread. Light brown to orange with thin white head. Medium sweetness with a slightly bitter finish. Refreshing, but nothing special.

2.5
Maltser85 (358) - Fargo, North Dakota, USA - JUL 1, 2014
Looks like cream soda almost in a glass. Aroma of grain, lager yeast. Taste is similar, slight malt. Its better than some pale lagers, but it still is not anything special.

2.3
gopherfan99 (1829) - Minnesota, USA - MAY 11, 2014
Bottle, pours clear amber with a white head, thin and watery with some malt and very slight bitter finish, rather bland but I would take this over a pale lager though

2.4
Bacterial (2999) - Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA - APR 5, 2014
Draft at Grumpy’s in Roseville a few weeks back. Got this beer for $1 with one of their burgers. The burger was way, way better than this beer, but I won’t turn down a $1 pint of beer. Slightly dark amber in color. Thin, refreshing. Some dactyl in the finish, which might be to style if that style is not very good.

3.5
RapeBeer (21) - Indiana, USA - MAR 13, 2014
I went on a trek to Minnesota on the trail of the Kensington Runestone. As my imagination carried me to a world of swashbuckling norsemen traversing the Northwoods, I realized that there, in Minnesota, were descendants of norsemen actually living throughout the region. Sure, their ancestors had arrived there in the 19th century, rather than the 14th but they had injected themselves into American society and had definitively shaped the northern Great Lakes region. Everything about Nordeast (right down to the particular propaganda of its official press release) fit perfectly with what I wanted out of a Minnesotan beer. I tasted great beers (better beers) from the Surly brewery, but this is the one that I remember the most fondly from my quest for medieval norse artifacts in middle america. Drink up!


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