Oh no, Beck’s is not our favorite beer.
But then it’s not on our hated list either.
We’ve been quaffing Beck’s on and off for over a decade.
So, what have we to say about Beck’s after all these years and all those bottles?
Not much to complain and not much to cheer either.
As you lift the glass of ice-cold Beck’s to your lips, a distinctive odor wafts up.
Before the chilled beer hits your tongue, your brain has already registered that this ain’t no pussy-beer.
So all you namby-pambys out there, if you don’t like a strong odor in your beer, stay away from the German beer Beck’s.
A Question of Character
In our weltanaschauung of beer, a beer has character or it doesn’t.
We’re happy to report that Beck’s is a beer with character.
Not a lot, but some for sure.
A golden hued pale lager with a slight head, Beck’s has a mild flavor of hops.
Beck’s is a light, slightly watery beer.
You’d need at least two or three bottles of Beck’s to get even a nice buzz.
Whether it’s the Mid-Atlantic winter or the stifling heat of summer, you can do worse than sit with a 22.4-oz bottle of Beck’s by your side.
The beer is around $2.99 for a 1 pint 6.4 fl bottle at your neighboring Gujju liquor store.
Beck’s is not the greatest beer on Earth but it certainly ain’t urine as some crazy critics make it out to be.