Wernesgruner

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Had some Wernesgrüner recently.  Is it me, or is there honey on the nose of
this beer?

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Bryon Lape wrote, On 02/22/2009 05:35 PM:

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I've noticed a honey-like nose in a lot of German lagers, usually from
smaller breweries.  German brewers at their best are very good at
getting the most from their malts.  It's a big part of what makes them
such a pleasure to drink.

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der gediegene dgs;2769151 Wrote:
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But they hit hard and much faster than American beer. LOL


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Dymphna wrote, On 02/23/2009 02:14 PM:

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They do?  Why?

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Ah. My brother thinks it tastes similar to Wahrsteiner, but I don't agree.

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