Beer Review: Rahr & Sons Texas Red
It’s nice to find a quiet Oasis where you can relax for a few minutes at the end of a hectic day. In Beaumont, we’re fortunate to have WineStyles. The size is perfect – just the right selection to digest and to discover something new without getting bogged down or overwhelmed by an infinite sea of labels.
Recently my cell phone went off at the end of a super hectic day, a reminder from my lovely wife that we had company coming over. I was more than happy to duck into WineStyles to find something nice to share with our guests.
In less than five minutes, I’d picked out a new Texas Red and was back on the road.
Over the past decade, Texas Reds have garnered a great deal of national press and attention. Of course, they’re usually wines. There’s a new Texas red making a buzz and it is acceptable, even encouraged, to serve this one cold. Ice cold.
Rahr & Sons Texas Red is a beer brewed in Fort Worth. Texas Red is designated an Amber Lager. Holding it up to a light, you can certainly see the red. You’ll also see caramel, which comes across in the bouquet as well.
The taste is crisp with a clean finish. It’s the perfect time for you to discover this beer- the flavor is perfect for summer grilling. At a recent gathering, Texas Red paired nicely with grilled chicken and steaks.
Whether you’re a long-term fan of Texas Reds or recently joined the bandwagon, Rahr & Sons Texas Red deserves a place in your wine chiller. Or better yet, your beer cooler.
Discover Rahr & Sons Texas Red today, at WineStyles on Dowlen.