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Saint Arnold Brewing Company
154 ratings
Saint Arnold Brewing Company
Houston, United States


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Post author: Rcaleb
Rcaleb
12 days ago
4.0
Excelente sabor, es una cerveza ámbar con un toque cítrico que le da un excelente sabor.

Post author: Rcaleb
Rcaleb
13 days ago
4.0
Una cerveza muy cítrica pero muy rica

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Saint Arnold Brewing Company
18 days ago
4.6
Post-dated on my trip to the 30th Anniversary party for Saint Arnold's Brewery. Came in a plastic cup with modest head, almost no head. Yellow orange in color. Completely clear. Gives an amber aroma with orange peel and citrus notes. Flavor is a combination of an IPA with an Amber. Can still taste the Amber malt with IPA hops. Only the lightest amount of bitterness late into finish. The combination of Amber and citrus is delicious. Ordered the Amber ale bratwurst that comes with Amber ale mustard to accompany the limited release Amber ale. Bratwurst and mustard have distinct Amber notes which I love.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Saint Arnold Brewing Company
18 days ago
4.9
Post-dated on my trip to the 30th Anniversary party for Saint Arnold's Brewery. Number 25 in the Bishops Barrel Baltic Porter. Opaque brown color. This Baltic Porter is not creamy at all. Sharp crisp texture, ripe raisin, sweet raw unprocessed molasses, some char, all velvety smooth. Finish ends with a dryness on the top of the tongue. All this on draft and excellent. Probably deserves the 5.0 but I'm holding back from it.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Saint Arnold Brewing Company
18 days ago
4.1
Post-dated on my trip to the 30th Anniversary party for Saint Arnold's Brewery. Well that's a brewery, it's pretty loud and not easy to do a review out here so this will be quick. Very smooth and fruity. Bright yellow with a slight amount of haze. Very refreshing for a 7.6% beer. Notes of pineapple and mango. Soft texture with mild bitterness to finish it up.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Ray's Cave
21 days ago
4.3
A Saint Arnold shandy that I brought back from Texas for Ryan and I to Duo. Pours into the glass with a very short white head. Pastel yellow, very faint, lightly hazy. Aroma is sour and unpleasant. Flavor is much better. It's light, refreshing, and taste like lemonade mixed with Canada Dry Ginger ale. The grapefruit for me is in the background. It's more of the red and sweet grapefruit variety. The Saint Arnold website does not mention the ginger but it's definitely there. I recommend this as a light, refreshing beer for a hot summer day. Any outdoor activity would welcome this light Brew.

Post author: Daneel70
Daneel70
@ Xochi The Flavors of Oaxaca
2 months ago
2.7

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Ray's Cave
3 months ago
5.0
Ryan had a tough week and he demanded that we drink a very special Duo beer tonight. Doesn't get much more special than this, a very limited release 2022 Saint Arnold's Commitment Variant 001. This is even more rare than the normal Commitment Series. We both agreed that this is the most fantastic aroma emerging from the top of a bottle we've ever experienced. Strong bourbon alcohol that's definitely Barrel aged, dark fruit that conveys raisin and a sweet molasses. I've always loved a delicious aroma and this is one of the best. Poured jet black with a very small head that disappeared completely. First taste gave me a hit of strong oaked bourbon. The 16.6% alcohol warmed the tongue and all the way to the stomach. Sweet dark stone fruit led the way inside a strong roasted malt. Traces of pure almond sit gently in the background. An oily film coats the inside of the mouth but still somehow leaves a dry experience in the middle of the tongue during the finish while continuing to a clinging residual sugar. This is special and I knew it as soon as I took off the cap. The scent immediately filled the air that increased my anticipation. We met the brewer in the barrel room when on tour last year and had a Commitment directly from the barrel, uncarbonated. When asked when this 18 months Barrel aged will be released to the public, he simply said "When it's ready". Best answer I've ever heard. I wonder if this was it. Anyway, easiest and fastest 5.0 ever. If you are only able to visit one brewery in the entire Southeast, it should be Saint Arnold's in Houston.

Post author: Jiimies
Jiimies
@ My Wonderful World of Beers
3 months ago
3.9
Matkaeväs NOLAsta itselle. Kirkas kuparinen väri. Imelää mallasta sekä tanakan karvasta humalaa tuoksussa. Rapsakka kärki, tanakkaa mallasta rungossa dänkillä humalalla. Kursailematta, siinäpä ne.