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No Label Brewing Co
20 ratings
No Label Brewing Co
Katy, United States


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Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Ray's Cave
3 months ago
3.0
I've had this one before. I was out on the Guadalupe River and had already had a couple of pretty good IPAs. This one did not measure up to those and may have skewed my rating. It's a Texas beer so I'll try again. Very high and very frothy head. Aroma is the same as before with undefined citrus and notes of pine resin. Soft, almost creamy texture. Flavor, off the river, becomes more distinctive. Mild tangerine with a tart pine resin that begins to dominate the palate. This combines with a hop bitterness in the finish that's a bit more intense than I prefer. It's definitely drinkable, and dry, but perhaps not as bad as the 2.1 that I gave it before.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Ray's Cave
4 months ago
5.0
Enjoying this powerful wee heavy with my son-in-law while getting ready for House of the Dragon. Going to be an interesting evening. Came out of the can in an extremely dark but still clear ruby red. Plenty of head to start but it eased down quickly. Really fantastic, powerful aroma giving dark fruit, molasses and plenty of alcohol. Aroma foretold the flavor. Alcohol fills the naval cavity first then the sweet molasses combined with concentrated raisin overwhelms the taste buds. Medium body, not thick or syrupy, not even heavy. The level of flavor would seem to contradict this. By the third sip, your mouth acclimates and a deep roasted coffee begins to appear. Brings a small level of bitterness with it. The heavy malt that created all of this adds some very subtle notes of chocolate in the background of the finish. The whole experience warms the throat and the belly. First sip and I knew this was an outstanding beer. No doubt whatsoever. I haven't had a lot of wee heavies but this is by far the best I've ever had. It even competes with some of my favorite stouts ever. Based on that, I'm going to max this rating out with a 5.0. Well done No Label.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ No Label Brewing
6 months ago
3.1
Had this before while on the beach in Florida. Going to try it again on tap at the brewery. Aroma is of a Belgium beer. Strong cloves with a background of banana. Deep yellow color, slightly hazy. The cloves are definitely the first taste you get. Banana joins directly after. And either pear or white grapes in the background. Very soft, almost no carbonation. Had this before, really cold out of the can on a hot Beach. This time it's warm in a cup in a very hot brewery building. It's much better when it's very cold.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ No Label Brewing
6 months ago
4.2
Left San Antonio, on our way back to my daughter's house in Houston. Decided to stop at No Label Brewing. Deep copper color, hazy. Strong wine aroma. Several different flavors at once. An amber type malt, the barley wine itself, and a sweet background of honey. Smooth, soft, well balanced. They did good on this.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Whiskey River Ranch
6 months ago
2.1
Relaxing on the Guadalupe River with my SOTS family. Hazy, light yellow with a fringe of orange. Slight citrus and pine aroma. Flavor is a very bitter grapefruit pith. Dry as hell. Much too bitter for me. Family members love it but it's not my favorite. Trying my best because of peer pressure from my family members but I just cannot get into this. 2.1. Sorry

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Thirsty Peret
1 year ago
2.6
At my daughter and son-in-law's house in Houston Texas having an interesting dark amber beer. Clear copper color, no head. Sweet malt aroma. You get a surprise upon tasting. Not sweet at all. Dark roasted malt, soft from the caramel but not the expected sweet quality. Has a bitter bite towards the finish. Ends dry with burnt malt. Not one I will have again.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Gulf Shores Alabama
2 years ago
3.2
Enjoying the Gulf Shores beach with family. Isolating away from others best we can. A very short white head that disappears quickly. Medium light yellow color and very effervescent. Texture feels thin and somewhat dry. The cloves come at you very quickly with notes of banana coming during the finish. Not sweet and only a pinch of bitter. Alcohol is totally hidden. Not a strong flavored beer but good.

Post author: ESE1969
ESE1969
@ The Backyard Grill
4 years ago
4.0