RATINGS: 58   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.27/5   ABV: -
Lemp St. Louis Lager is a true German style lager, and conforms to Rheinheitsgebot. Brewed in an organic brewery with a smooth, lightly hopped taste that will please the most discriminating palate. Lemp was the first lager style beer in America. Come taste why first is always best.

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dannyb (5) - webster groves, Missouri, USA - APR 5, 2007 does not count
Bottle, Lemp St. Louis Lager Beer - I do not know why people are critizing this one pours good, Nice Aroma has a very satisfying taste- - This is one of my favorite beers-

indyvision (2) - USA - AUG 7, 2004 does not count
I am in the minority here, but I liked it. A nice amber lager, with good taste and very smooth, no bad side backbite. Great looking bottle as well.

slimchill (1044) - Austin, Texas, USA - AUG 17, 2008
Bottle. Nose is sweet, malty and estery. Light fruit notes, grapes and apricot. Mostly clear, slight chill-haze, amber-colored with a thin but steady white head. Well-balanced and clean drinking. Soft grains and subtle fruit with a light hop bitterness in the finish. The beer’s fruity esters get to be a bit tart in the aftertaste. Overall this is a severely underrated pale lager with a strong depth of flavor and easy-drinking mouthfeel.

Finhead (1770) - OFallon, Illinois, USA - JUL 29, 2010
A clear amber pour with white head. It has a nose of wheat with some toasted notes. The medium body begins mildly sweet and finishes dry with a slight bitterness.

sneagrams3 (2337) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - SEP 2, 2008
Tasted 8/9/08. 12oz bottle. Filtered with a golden hue. White head. Grainy cereal aromas. Light to medium bodied with low effervescence but bitter. Off-dry finish. Grainy yet smooth. Caramel malts. Short burst of citrus hops in the finish with a lingering acidity. Easy!

Terminus (3689) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - OCT 4, 2005
bottle-this is much better than the rating gives it. A STL beer? its &*$#@!* brewed in PA for christ sake! pours light golden yellow with a small sudsy white head and some good lacing. grainy, lightly spicy hop aroma and a mint quality as well. some nice spicy flavors and a good lager yeast strain are abundent in the flavors. pretty easy lager and a decent one at that.

Braudog (6763) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - JUL 25, 2005
Surprisingly, this is a medium amber with a good solid head and an active tilt. Although it delivers the expected corn starchiness, it’s also has much richer caramel malt basis than I expected, with an apple tinge. Better than I could have hoped for.

Cable (286) - SE, Oklahoma, USA - FEB 27, 2006
Sampled from bottle. This classic american pils pours gold in color with a thin white head. Aroma is quite clean with only malt and subtle spices. Flavor is well-balanced and malty with a good noble hop presence. Medium-light body and well-carbonated. Great example of the style and an easy drinking beer from one of my least favorite styles.

csbosox (1229) - Prairie Village, Kansas, USA - AUG 14, 2005
Bottle. Tasted at August KC Bier Meisters meeting. Labled as "Lemp St. Loius." Golden color. Noble hops aroma. Flavor is light malt and noble hops. I didn’t get the adjuncts flavor that some seem to pick up. Enjoyable lager.

heemer77 (5358) - Urbandale, Iowa, USA - JAN 7, 2006
Medium gold body with a little haze. The head is white. The aroma is sweet with glazed donuts and some cooked caramelized carrots. The taste is sweet potatoes with some honey and a little bit of celery spice in the finish. A decen tlager, but a little sweet overall.

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