I love Almiras, but I must say the best one I’ve had is the almaza beer at the Brewery of the Bay. It’s not as good as a Lagunitas or Corona, but it is definitely better than what I’ve had before.
It’s hard to put on a good product with the taste of a cheap beer, but the almaza isnt that bad. Its smooth, and the beer isn’t as flat as a Sierra Nevada Sierra Nevada Blue. Its not as thick as a Bud Light, but I think its not bad either. It’s just not as good as a Corona.
I guess you could say that the almaza beer is the closest to a Corona. It reminds me of a very dry sierra, but its not as smooth. It is just a little bit more flat and chalky than that kind of beer. It is probably the closest to a Corona that you can get, but its not really as good as a Corona.
I have been a Corona girl, probably since I was about thirteen. I really liked it very much. I found it to be very smooth and easy to drink. I could really drink it all day long and never get sick. That was until I started drinking a Sierra Nevada Sierra Nevada Blue. Now I find it to be extremely tasty, but very flat and chalky. I think its not as smooth and easy to drink as a Corona.
Like all beers, the almaza is an acquired taste. But I think if you can get a hold of one, I would recommend it. It is quite drinkable and I think it is a drink that will not get you drunk.
You can get the beer at all of the following retailers: Sam’s Club, Walmart, Home Depot, Kroger, and Costco.
Yes, I know I just said Sierra Nevada.
Sounds like a great beer. I don’t know if I would recommend this beer to my mom, but I sure would recommend it to my friends.
I’ve never been a big beer drinker, nor do I drink often. But when I do, I’m not that interested in the flavor. But I’ve always enjoyed the fact that there is no “dissolving” taste to the beer. You don’t taste the hops, as they are just added and not the primary flavor. So you really have no dissolving taste to the almaza.
As far as I know, almaza beer is not a beer that is brewed in Nevada. It is a German specialty beer, brewed in Bavaria. I had an almaza once while visiting Germany and it was a big hit with the locals, so I guess they brew it there.