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Bell’s Oberon
Bell’s Oberon

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On Tap, sponsored by Rosati’s Pizza, 701. S. Gregory in Urbana, 217-328-2334.

This week, Matt and I both really liked the beer; Bells Oberon.  This is their flagship Summer Seasonal beer, and once you’ve had it you can see why.  It’s an American Wheat Ale, and it’s tasty good.  It’s got a nice yellow gold color that’s cloudy like a wheat beer should be.  It has a robust flavor with some spicy hops and some fruitiness that doesn’t go too far.  Plus the wheat gives it that smooth mouth feel and makes this thing a smooth drinking super tasty beer.  Matt and I both give it a rock solid 9.0.  It’s just a great tasting beer.

Shane paired this great tasting beer up with a great tasting pizza: The Godfather.  It’s got Italian Sausage, Fresh Garlic, Grilled Onions and Rosati’s Hot Giardiniera.  Put that on their thin crust, pair it with Bell’s Oberon, and you’ve got a good thing going.

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