I first noticed Lazy Mutt Alberta Brown Ale at the liquor store. It had a tough looking cartoon bulldog on it, that said try me. Well, that's the last time I listen to a cartoon bulldog.
I was looking forward to my first taste of an Alberta Brown Ale. I had no clue what an Alberta Ale tasted like, so I was ready to go. Upon my first taste, I thought I tasted molasses but I knew that was wrong. By the third swallow, I tasted burnt caramel. The taste of caramel with a bitter finish. It left my mouth with a strong malty taste.
During the initial pour not much of a head formed, but what did form, stayed consistent as I drank it down. When I topped up the glass, a thick foamy head formed.
Initially, I thought Lazy Mutt was a three burp beer, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized that the average three burper was much more enjoyable than this Minhas Micro Brewery product. By the end, I didn't even want to finish the glass. I gave the rest to my German Shepherd, but he didn't want it either.
In the end, I give Lazy Mutt Alberta Brown Ale two burps.
Drinking the world.
One beer at a time.