Phillips Brewing Co. – Cereal Killer Imperial Rye Lager

Phillips Brewing Co. – Cereal Killer Imperial Rye Lager

Rating

4.2 out of 5
Appearance
3.8 out of 5
Aroma
3.8 out of 5
Flavour
3.9 out of 5
Palate

Total

3.9
3.9 out of 5

Overview

  • Type: Lager
  • Brand: Phillips Brewing Co.
  • Pros:

    Big, bold and intense "cereal" flavours in a unique BC craft beer

  • Cons:

    Quite intense in most ways

  • Conclusion:

    A strong lager with big malted notes and a rye spice to match

Phillips Cereal Killer Imperial Rye Lager ReviewPhillips Brewing Co. – Cereal Killer Imperial Rye Lager Review

Phillips has flexed their style-creativity muscle in brewing up the Cereal Killer, an Imperial Rye Lager. In nearly four years of Beer Me BC, there has not been a comparably categorized beer. Pouring this “delicious terror” from the bomber bottle it is a colour of amber that is very-clear. The aroma coming off the Cereal Killer is very big with malt character and a rye like spice along side a caramel like sweetness. Tasting the beer it has a very big body with a sturdy malt-rye characteristic that further adds to the body. The weight of the flavour also mellows the alcohol flavour that is high for a lager at 7.2%. There are a few Rye Lagers on the market that have a similar flavour profile but everything here is just a little bigger. From body to flavour intensity and alcohol content the Cereal Killer is big, bold and a unique amplification of traditional Rye Lagers.

Alcohol – 7.2%
Size – 650ml
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Comments

  1. bonnie
    bonnie 19 February, 2016, 22:09

    Do any Vancouver Island or Sunshine Coast breweries sell product in cans?

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