RATINGS: 23   MEAN: 3/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.99/5   IBU: 26   EST. CALORIES: 162   ABV: 5.4%
This Vienna style lager is from the same vein as Negra Modelo. It has a rich dark color and a deep smooth flavor that combine for a beer with sophisticated character. At 5.4% alcohol by volume this is an easy drinking lager. About the name: Cow Creek is a tributary of Lake Travis (Burnet County). Cow Creek rises eight miles southeast of Burnet in southeast central Burnet County (at 30’40’ N, 98’09’ W) and runs southeast for twenty-one miles to its mouth on Lake Travis, a mile above Lago Vista in Travis County (at 30’29’ N, 98’01’ W). The creek, which is intermittent in its upper reaches, traverses generally flat to rolling terrain with local escarpments and steep slopes and benches. Local soils of shallow clay and sandy loams support juniper, live oak, mesquite, and grasses.

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onceblind (9428) - Denver, Colorado, USA - NOV 24, 2016
Clear deep Amber under a sticky ivory white cap. Lovely nutty sweet toffee nose that’s got a dose of caramel and lagery sweet biscuit. Crisp lager biscuit backbone but built upon by lovely sweet toffee and english nuttiness, dryish and caratoffee finish. Nutty and lagery.

ajtrupp (340) - Broomfield, Colorado, USA - JUL 18, 2016
There’s an odd, burnt grain finish. I’d say it’s not a deal breaker, but the lead up isn’t great, either.

baraciisch (3187) - California, USA - MAY 6, 2016
Tan copper colored... Aroma of toasted grains, caramel, nuts.... Flavor is toffee, burnt malts, sweet molasses, syrup... Finish is sugary sweet malts... Some slight off metallic notes on palate... Okay at best ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

AirForceHops (7144) - Epping, New Hampshire, USA - JUL 5, 2015
Draft at the source. Darker Amber color. Aroma is roasted nuts grain, Munich/ Vienna malts. Body is on the lighter side of medium. Pretty good amount of roasted grain, nuts, toffee caramel flavors. Astringent finish.

PorterPounder (7894) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - JUN 27, 2015
Irving, Tx. - Las Colinas Beverage - 12 oz can, Medium copper, slight haze, nice soft off-white head. Sweet aroma, hints of toffee, a touch of Baked Boston Bean candy. Decent flavor, some caramel sweetness, some light date sweetness, a brief hint of chocolate. Mouthfeel is thick enough.

dfinney23 (3255) - Houston, Texas, USA - MAY 27, 2015
The hit of the pool party -- convenient it was the only beer I bought a full 6-pack of. Caramel malt and grain nicely offset by some hops bite in the finish.

dlihcsnatas (740) - Temple, Texas, USA - MAY 12, 2015
Amber brew with decent head. Smell is not good. Not sure how to describe it but it is not a desirable smell and does make me wonder if this is worth tasting. Taste is only mildly better than the smell. Some toasted malt flavor with a earthy herbal thing that just doesn’t do it for me. To top it all off this is yet another brew that can only be had in the CAN.

Fratto (2845) - Arlington, Texas, USA - APR 4, 2015
Bottle from the post office in Luckenbach. I usually get a Pearl out there, but you know. Dark amber pour with an off-white head. Aroma is roasted and old grain. Taste is old grain, lactose, and weird hops. Weird finish.

DrunkSanta410 (921) - Houston, Texas, USA - APR 4, 2015
Tap at brewery. Clear copper pour. Aroma is burnt caramel, toast, faint grass. Taste is toast, roasted malts, caramel, a bit of piney hops. Light body, high carbonation. Very enjoyable.

ttoadee (1482) - Austin, Texas, USA - MAR 31, 2015
Light bronze pour, decent off white head. Nose is caramel malt. Bittersweet. Middle is medium bodied malt, hint of wood bark, caramel. Finish is toffee and gentle hop bitterness.

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