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Tours: None
Restaurant: Yes
Smoking: Yes
Games: None

Brew Moon Restaurant & Microbrewery

50 Church Street
Boston, Massachusetts  02138
(617) 499-2739

Reviewed by: dfunk
Saturday, March 17th, 2001

The Beer

Moonlight - Light and hollow/dry taste, sweet aftertaste.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Munich Gold - Still pretty light-medium bodied, German-style lager, dry aftertaste.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Improper Hopper IPA - A good IPA, smells sweet, very bitter and hoppy taste, leaves a "tongue-smacking" aftertaste.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Belgian Ale - Unfiltered and very wheaty and sweet, good small quantity beer, is want for a lemon.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Orion's Irish Amber - Copper color, caramel, full-bodied for an amber, but sweet.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Eclipse Stout - an oatmeal, very smooth sums it up.
Reviewer's Rating: n/a

Afterthoughts

It should be noted that this review is being written purely from notes, months after the visit. This is the reason for the brevity of the review.

IPA or Irish Amber. Also, like a black-and-tan, they offer different ideas for halfsies. I decided to try one of my own: half Belgian, half IPA with a lemon. This was the best one all night. It was a perfect mix of dry and sweet, wheat and caramel. It's like an IPA with kick or a drinkable Belgian wheat (no overpowering flavor).

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