02 April 2007

KOTBR Review #15: Bell's Oberon

For review #15, the Hoosier Beer Geek's Knights of the Beer Roundtable took on Bell's Oberon, an American wheat ale, at Deano's Vino in Fountain Square. It's spring arrival is highly anticipated by it's fans to the point that tapping parties were held all around town. Three knights posted their reviews and here's a brief look at their thoughts:

Jim's review gave Oberon a strong 4 mug rating.
Because of its drinkability, Oberon would be a good "gateway" beer for those who are interested in trying out more craft beers... among lighter beers, it's the best I've been able to find.

Jason's review gave it a 4 mug rating as well.
...it is an enjoyable beer. And the best part is that it will likely be enjoyed by all levels of beer drinkers, both novices and snobs.

And newest Knight Mike rated the beer at 3.5 mugs.
It tastes like what a good American style beer should taste like. A full bodied, truly tasty Budweiser. Without the (magical horse crap).

To find out what "magical horse crap" is, and for more from our Knights, be sure to read the posts.

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