Thursday, April 14, 2011

The Narragansett Lager

Originally founded in Rhode Island, the lager and the light are produced in New York and the porter and bock are produced in Rhode Island to this day. This review is about the lager however. These puppies run me $2 at the bar, aka the cheapest beer they have. The rest of their beer is about $4 a pint so you can imagine it doesn't take a quantum physicist to realize this guy is a bargain. Also this stuff has a 5.0 ABV, which means it can lay a thick layer of "blat" on your evening, which is usually pretty rad. The bad news is that I typically get a sore throat the next morning after downing 7 or more or these bad bastards. Not sure why, but I do. Also, when ordering, call them "'Gansetts" or you'll stick out more than Orlando Bloom and a Straight Pride Parade.

They go down pretty quick and don't taste too bad but you will regret downing a dozen of them the next day; no doubt about that.

Drinkability: 5/10
Taste : 3/10
Value: 7/10

Overall: 5.0/10

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