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Bakfish Brewing Company
8 Bewertungen
Bakfish Brewing Company
United States

Microbrewery

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Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Bakfish Brewing Company
2 years ago
4.2
With family in Pearland Texas visiting a new Brewery for me, Bakfish Brewing. Nice facility, lots of customers and a very friendly staff. Third beer on the second flight. Came in a small flight snifter glass so I got no head response, only a mild earthy malt aroma. Clear ruby red color, absolutely beautiful. Soft and creamy texture. Loads of caramel malt with zero bitterness. Earthly roasted caramel malt. Moves into the finish dominated by a strong amber and caramel flavor. Very smooth, not much carbonation and very drinkable. Having this on tap at the brewery was significantly different than when I had it in a can. Not near as heavy of alcohol, much creamier, and much better.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Bakfish Brewing Company
2 years ago
4.4
With family in Pearland Texas visiting a new brewery for me, Bakfish Brewing. Nice facility, lots of customers and a very friendly staff. Second beer on my second flight. Pale gold and clear in color. Distinct pilsner aroma. Texture is much softer than American pilsners. Smooth, a nice sweet quality, close to a corn mash. More sweet malt. Moves effortlessly into the finish bringing a pleasant European bitterness to this pilsner. Far superior to any big brewery American pilsners. Excellent

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Bakfish Brewing Company
2 years ago
4.2
With family in Pearland Texas visiting a new brewery for me, Bakfish Brewing. Nice facility, lots of customers and a very friendly staff. First beer on second flight. In a flight in a small snifter glass, filled to the top so almost no aroma. Clear golden color. Soft texture with a very mild hop bite. Mild notes of sweet corn that slowly moves into a satisfying finish. This is a very drinkable beer. I could sit back and have these all afternoon. Well done.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Bakfish Brewing Company
2 years ago
4.5
With family in Pearland Texas visiting a new brewery for me, Bakfish Brewing. Nice facility, lots of customers and a very friendly staff. Fourth beer on a flight of four. Served in a small flight sniffer glass. Left almost no head and a very light sweet roasted malt aroma. Deep brown color, traces of red in this slightly hazy brew. Unexpected soft and velvety texture. Has a sweet caramel amber flavor. Mid-range adds a brief note of milk chocolate hiding behind a sweet malt. I have always enjoyed beers with my sweet tooth. This brown ale with this caramel sweetness and soft texture is my favorite beer here. Love it.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Bakfish Brewing Company
2 years ago
3.4
With family in Pearland Texas visiting a new Brewery for me, Bakfish Brewing. Nice facility, lots of customers and a very friendly staff. Third beer on a flight of four. Color is almost opaque brown but has some muddy brown around the edges. Aroma has a sweet earthy deep amber malt fragrance. Thin, crisp and dry. A deep roasted malt, still earthy, a subdued bittersweet body that conveys a basic brown ale. A good brown ale but nothing that differentiates it from all the other browns I've had.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Bakfish Brewing Company
2 years ago
3.1
With family in Pearland Texas visiting a new Brewery for me, Bakfish Brewing. Nice facility, lots of customers and a very friendly staff. First beer on this flight of four. No head in this small snifter, faint amber aroma. Clear orange color. Medium texture with a dry feel. Notes of lemon, grain, a fleeting hop bitterness. Finishing dry with no aftertaste. A good beer but not getting Amber or Mexican flair.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Bakfish Brewing Company
2 years ago
3.4
With family in Pearland Texas visiting a new brewery for me, Bakfish Brewing. Nice facility, lots of customers and a very friendly staff. Opaque brown color in this small flight snifter glass. Aroma of freshly brewed coffee. Medium texture with a dry raw crisp personality. Soft but none of the creaminess expected of a stout. Flavor conveys dark roasted coffee, no sweetness and with a level of bitterness that accompanies such coffee. Finish only ads a lasting mild bitter quality. I enjoyed the beer but it reminds me much more of a old world Porter or a raw Brown ale.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Thirsty Peret
3 years ago
3.3
Made it to Houston in one piece, barely. Son-in-law has a Pearland Texas beer sitting on the table ready to go. Perfect ending to a long drive. Frothy tan head. Beautiful deep orange red clear color. First impression is alcohol. Strong alcohol. They lied, 8.4% is way underrated. This is much closer to 11%. Flavor is malty with a little sweet raisin. Has some bitterness on the finish which is brief. But the alcohol is very prominent. Every sip punches me on the nose so no great rating.