November 1982
New Yorker;11/15/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 39, p39
The article reports on the New Amsterdam Amber Beer prepared both by Matthew P. Reich and Dr. Joseph L. Owades. It is said to be the New York City's only purely local brew. Accordingly, the beer is made of ingredients like aldehydes, six-row barley, fermenting yeast, isohumulones and Brussels lace. The result, is rich and reddish kind of liquor, and starts out sweet and turns pleasantly bitter toward the back of the throat. However, to Reich, good taste depends on the goodness of the mouth.


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