Thursday, September 18, 2008
The first thing I noticed with this beer was how light it tasted. It was a smooth beer that was very easy to drink, and while I usually can’t drink more than one porter or stout in a sitting, I could very easily polish off a few of these. Now, I’ve had a few black and tans before, but nothing bottled, just Guinness and Harps on tap. It’s been a while, but I remember that having more of a body to it than Yuengling’s version. For lack of a better term, the Yuengling’s is weak. Any of the flavor you get hits you right up front, then quickly fades away; there’s little to no aftertaste. If I were expecting a long night of drinking, I’d want something like this.