RATINGS: 293   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.08/5   EST. CALORIES: 153   ABV: 5.1%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
This all malt, Vienna-style lager is a real crowd pleaser! Roasted malts and imported hops give it a deliciously smooth malt taste backed by a light hop finish. Perfect for any occasion.

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3.1
RobertDale (6853) - Lansing, Kansas, USA - JUN 26, 2017
Sampled at Boulevardia 2017. Comes a dark golden brown with a decent beige head. Aroma of malt and caramel. Taste is malt, caramel, and grain. Decent.

2
Braudog (6836) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - AUG 14, 2004
UPDATED: MAY 14, 2007 Rerate, 5/07 from a can aboard NW Airlines: sweet and starchy, this basically comes across as a colored macro crap lager. Original notes: [Orange-amber color with quickly surrendering head. Sweet juicy aroma. Flavor’s not as sweet as anticipated, but still predominately sweet malts with virtually no finish. OK.]

3
vyvvy (6732) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - APR 22, 2007
From a sampler pack. Pours clear bronze with a dense khaki head. The aroma has caramel malt that is very toasted with light spice, very smooth overall. Medium heavy body with some frothy, yet lightly sharp carbonation. The taste starts with toasted malt, nuttiness and some spice. The downfall is in the finish that gives the beer a stale astringent taste. This is merely a fair beer that would have been much better without negative traits on the finish.

3.1
Patrickctenchi (6731) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - SEP 27, 2016
Bottle: Clear, dark amber, with a thick, off-white head. Caramel, lightly toasty aroma. Taste is sweet caramel malt..... Mild, nicely carbonated.....fairly solid, but simple.

3.3
BBB63 (6567) - La Porte, Indiana, USA - FEB 24, 2005
Bottle: Golden hue with a small fading head and no lace. The aroma has notes of vanilla, bready malts, toffee, aromatic german hops (Saaz anyone?), and apple peel. The taste has a smooth malty note with a light bitter and fruity finish. Not too complex but easy to drink. The feel has a soft velvety texture which added to the overall enjoyment. A solid brew and pure Vienna.

3.5
Pailhead (6543) - Rochester Hills, Michigan, USA - OCT 21, 2004
Bottle: Aroma is very sweet and malty. Caramel and brown sugar. Pours a transparent brownish-orange with a white head that is short lasting. Malty caramel and brown sugar taste with some slight bitterness, sourness, and acidity in the finish. Overall a decent beer.

3
nuplastikk (6453) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 19, 2009
12oz bottle. Filtered brown-orange color. Thin, but respectable head. Sweet medium-dark malt aroma, a touch of seawater. Smooth and sessionable, medium bodied. There is some faint, dry, sandy hop bitterness that helps to balance out the deep, sweet malt tones. Pretty well done, though certainly not world class. Lacks some depth, certainly.

3.4
Cletus (6368) - Connecticut, USA - JAN 18, 2009
Bottle courtesy of Dalzale. Pours copper with a white head. Smells of citrus, some caramel, roses. Tastes of citrus and peppery with a light floral finish.

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thedm (6319) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - DEC 28, 2004
This bottled brew poured a large sized head of frothy mostly lasting off-white colored bubbles that left behind an unnoted lacing. The body contained average carbonation, was transparent and copper brown in color. Its aroma contained notes of grassy floral malts. Its mouth feel is initially tingly smooth with a tingly off palate and a strange aftertaste. Its flavor contained malty notes. A very average brew.

2.8
JK (6294) - St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA - DEC 24, 2004
Light red, small head. One dimensional flavor of somewhat sweet malt. Better than many other Vienna’s I have had.


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