McSorley's Irish Black Lager

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Type: Euro Dark Lager
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  • 4.1/5 
  • 05.50% 
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McSorley's Irish Black Lager is found in many grocery stores around NYC.

Commonly referred to as the "Dark" in their bart on East 7th street in Manhattan (where you can either choose "Light and Dark").

Product of the U.S.A "BE GOOD OR BE GONE"

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Reviews: 2

  • Jan 20, 2010
    Beerchecker (1)Rank: Beer Novice
    2.1
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    better having mcsorley's at the e7th street pub. the beer has a smooth taste and anyone that don't like beer love drinking mcsorley's. the pub is a good place to drink at i never seen a fight there. when you there everyone is your friend.
  • Jul 23, 2009
    generallee (311)Rank: Beer ExplorerGroup: Fall beer lovers
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    Presentation: It was poured from a brown 12oz bottle into a pint glass. Appearance: The body has a dark brownish color with a slight reddish hue. There is some visible carbonation that flows up to the tall tan head. The head had very good retention and lacing. Smell: There is a lightly roasted character and sweet malted barley with just a hint of hops. Taste/Mouth: The flavor has some slight roasted coffee notes with sweet bready and roasted malt notes. Hop flavor is light and brings some mineral/leafy notes to the finish. The finish is rather clean with roasted flavors and hop bitterness fading quickly. The palate is a smooth medium body with just the right amount of carbonation to help clean the palate. Notes: Overall this is a very enjoyable and very drinkable black lager.