Miller Lite is hard to ignore it with all the advertising and all the blue taps pouring it. It wasn't the first light lager but it was the first to get big. That kind of makes it important. Miller Genuine Draft and High Life follow. Where the Lite tastes of almost nothing, High Life gives a bit more and Genuine Draft gives a little more than that. Sort of.
After those, we go looking for craft beer. We might be in one of the most important American cities for lager, but we want more than that. New Belgium Fat Tire, New Glarus Spotted Cow and Milwaukee Brewing Hop Happy deliver three hits to counter the three Miller strike outs. No home runs, though.
More beer. More baseball. The Brewers lost.
Find some New Glarus Moon Man: http://beerblog.genx40.com/archive/2010/may/wisconsinmoonReplyDelete
See if you can find some New Belgium Spring Seasonal 'Dig' it's awesome!ReplyDelete
If you were going for a sample of local flavor, New Belgium (Colorado) might not be my first choice!ReplyDelete
Lakefront Brewery, Milwaukee Brewing Co. and of course New Glarus are all pretty representative though.
Yeah, Charlie is right—Lakefront IPA is in my top 5 favorite IPAs!ReplyDelete