RooBrew LLC Reviews

RooBrew Winter Mint Chocolate Stout
Draft pour at the source. Pours a brown color with a thin beige head of foam. Aroma has light mint and chocolate. Sweet and a touch minty taste. Medium body and medium carbonation.
Saturday, November 29, 2014

RooBrew Litigation Lager
12 oz. bottle. Appearance-Pours a clear gold generous white that vanishes quickly leave some lacing. Arom-Light spicy hops and malt. Taste-mild sweetness at first finishes dry with a hop bitterness. Leaves a somewhat puckering aftertaste for a little bit. Overall not a bad beer for what it is.
Wednesday, August 4, 2010

RooBrew Litigation Lager
I both sampled this at the brewery and tried it from the bottle. Aroma was slightly hoppy, not sure what else was there. Taste was a tad bitter, aftertaste was stronger. Palate was almost medium, lively carbonation. This is the first and currently only brew from RooBrew" if anyone is curious.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010

RooBrew Litigation Lager
Bottle. Clear gold pour with a medium white head. Aroma of creamy malt and veggies. Malty flavor with a bit of hop crispness. Unimpressive and the vegetal note has to go.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010

RooBrew Litigation Lager
Sample @ Blues&Brews. Neon yellow pour with a little bit of carbonation. Smells a bit sweet and grassy. Inoffensive but the color kinda put me off.
Saturday, August 8, 2009

RooBrew Litigation Lager
Looks like your typical macro lager with an average amount of head/lacing. Aroma is sweet, corn/vegetable, a very light hop. Flavor has a nice herbal, slightly grassy hop, mild bitterness and some malt followed by a sweet sugary flavor and maybe cabbage. Bland for the crowds at Akron U sporting events (where the brewer is reportedly hoping to sell this). I had hoped for a little better knowing that Thirsty Dog brews it and it’s $10 a sixer at your local Acme.
Monday, July 27, 2009

RooBrew Litigation Lager
Sample at 69 Taps in Akron. The beer pours a clear golden color with a thin and creamy white head that diminishes steadily. Spotty lacing. Mild hops and wheat in the nose. Light body with flavors of pale malt and nearly flavorless hops, plus a touch of corn. The finish is lightly hoppy and short. Pretty bland and uninteresting overall.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009