Two regular dudes who happen to be huge fans of American craft beer.
By scot in 365 Days of American Craft Beer, Beer on Thursday, June 23rd, 2011
Late days in the office usually equate to an American craft beer that I have had in the past so that I don’t have to write up brand new notes. Obviously it bit more tedious than just cracking a beer and throwing it back. Beer number 204 just so happened to fall into that category: a late arrival and something familiar.
I had Southern Pecan by Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company back a few years ago when a neighbor brought some back from a trip to Mississippi, his home state. At the time, it still might be, the only brewery in the state of Mississippi.
Southern Pecan has a ton of nutty flavor and aroma. I don’t think my nose is good enough to distinguish if that profile is pecan but I will give the huge nutty presence. There is also a big dose of sweetness to the beer that was bit much for me. If the amount of sweetness was balanced a bit more I think this would be one easy drinking, solid beer. Enjoy!
Aroma: 6 (25%), Taste: 6 (25%), Look: 6 (15%), Drinkability: 6 (35%), Overall: 6.0
Useless Fact: Two-thirds of all people in the United States who choke to death are under four years of age, according to the National Safety Council.
Tags: american craft beer, lazy magnolia brewing company, lazy magnolia southern pecan