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  1. Higgs Boson
    July 11, 2012 @ 12:22 pm

    I agree with most of the reviews of Bell’s. This was a favorite, full-bodied beer of choice by myself each time I eyed it on a pub or restaurant menu. I consider myself a beer know it all, and my palate is quite refined. Ow. I just broke my arm patting myself on the back.
    I love the mouth-feel, and the taste is reminiscent of Fritos and the aroma of dog feet.

    Gosh-I just can’t get enough of it!


  2. david baker
    April 23, 2012 @ 6:39 pm

    I couldn’t agree more. Bells has indeed changed the flavor of Oberon! It was about 4-5 years ago that it was a sensational tasting wheat beer. Full-body, rich flavor tasting brew. In Kalamazoo, with Spring approaching came the anticipation of freshly brewed Oberon and numerous Oberon keggers would soon follow. Now days, forget it. The brew if vastly lost its appeal. So much so, many bars are no longer serving on tap due to lack of purchase. I just wish Bells would go back to the brew recipe of some 5-yrs ago!


  3. Shawn Moran
    September 13, 2008 @ 7:38 pm

    I agree with Bill Murray, oberon does taste different than it did perhaps 4-5 years ago. I recommend the two hearted and hop slam varieties. my personal favorites.


  4. Jake
    August 29, 2008 @ 4:03 pm

    that was a joke.


  5. Jake
    August 29, 2008 @ 3:22 pm

    I question the credibility of the reviewer. I was there for the tasting, and “cleansing the palate” with shots of Jager bombs wrung out of a bar rag in between each beer is technically not standard in gauging a beer’s taste. However, she is hot, so perhaps this should be overlooked.


  6. Bill Murray
    August 29, 2008 @ 11:33 am

    A few years ago this was a great beer. I think they changed the recipe a little, although they deny that happening. I no longer like it from a bottle but it tastes alright on tap. Bell’s Nut Brown is probably their best beer.


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