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Is there a beer more sharp, than sour?
      #255688 - 08/16/17 11:05 PM

There's a group of us that meet almost every Tuesday, and after a bit of shooting we start a fire and just hang out for several hours. They all drink beer, but I drink Coke, Dr. Pepper, or water.
Lately I've been wondering if I'd even like beer anymore, since I haven't had one since the 90s, but decided to try the ones I used to like. (I tried some of theirs, and didn't like them). First up was PBR, which was my favorite, but it tasted sour to me.



Next week I'm going to try the other one I liked, which was Heineken. In case I don't like that one either, I'm asking if there's a sharp beer, because the wine I like is really sharp. (Gallo Twin Valley Chardonney). I don't like smooth or fruity drinks, which is why I also like the bite that Coke has.

Anything like that out there?


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Re: Is there a beer more sharp, than sour? [Re: 67Firebird]
      #255695 - 08/17/17 11:06 AM

i think of lots of C02 when i think of sharp, so that's not a flavor in my book. Soda pop is highly carbonated, so it has a sharp bite.

IPA's are bitter and you may like them. probably one of the most bitter IPA's out there is Sierra Nevada's Torpedo.

If you haven't drank beers since the 90's, and you start trying craft beer, cinch your belt up, especially if you try some IPA's. Lots of alcohol content and tons of flavor.

You might also try some of the hard ciders out there too. I can't remember which are drier than others, but part of the fun of finding something is the sampling of everything. i think the sharpness you're describing is more related to astringent characteristics similar to a green persimmonm which is commonly called "dry" in the wine industry.



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Re: Is there a beer more sharp, than sour? [Re: HAUS]
      #255698 - 08/17/17 11:55 AM

If bitter equals sour, I wouldn't like it. I just want sharp, without leaving a sour taste a few seconds after each time I drink.

Thanks for the help though, and I'll post the results of future trials.


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Re: Is there a beer more sharp, than sour? [Re: 67Firebird]
      #255710 - 08/17/17 07:29 PM

Try Coors Light. It isn't sharp , sour or bitter.As a matter of fact it is as close to drinking water as you will get in a brew.

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Re: Is there a beer more sharp, than sour? [Re: Bubba]
      #255724 - 08/19/17 08:38 PM

If it's like drinking water, maybe I could just drink... water. ROFL

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Re: Is there a beer more sharp, than sour? [Re: 67Firebird]
      #255766 - 08/23/17 09:49 AM

I tried Heineken and Busch, and the Heineken was pretty good when I took a drink, but then I still got that after taste that I didn't like.

One of my friends started making his own beer about four months ago, and he wants me to try his. He's only made sours so far though, so I didn't try it yet.


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Re: Is there a beer more sharp, than sour? [Re: 67Firebird]
      #255770 - 08/23/17 12:05 PM

you should probably stick with h20..

if you're looking for no aftertaste..... good luck

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Re: Is there a beer more sharp, than sour? [Re: HAUS]
      #255780 - 08/23/17 10:22 PM

Not *no* after taste, just *good* after taste. Maybe I'll just stick with the Chardonney I like, but I wanted to try something different.

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