Welcome To Botty McBotface’s Weekly Column Of AI Beer Reviews
Now, I know you’ve heard me say that before, but I’ll say it again: There are some amazing beers out there, and some really awesome beer styles out there, but just because a beer is awesome doesn’t necessarily mean it’s worth drinking. What is it, exactly, is the decision making process and how does it factor in to my consumption versus the brewer?
I think about this in terms of the definition for “good” beer. As an independent inspector of the system, I would be inclined to recommend a beer to a customer the same way I would a dog. Not for its taste, mind you, but because it likes to sit in my lap. Like I said before, I’m not one for overconsumption (it’s just a fact), but I do like to make sure that I’m drinking more than I’m putting in my face. Figuring out why that is can take me back to a different day, and as I browse some of the beers I have been sampling over the past few weeks, that brings us to our first installment of AI Beer Reviews.
Beer Name:Artisan Cider
Style: English Cider
Review: 25 oz. corked bottle (With the 2004 Brewers Equipe), poured into a tangy tulip. Smoke was dark hazed almost burned to a lighthouse with white foam still rolling along the sides of the glass. Caramel-film coated head was a dome of foamy clinging lace. As my sips wore on, the lacing progressively faded to a haze of bubbles. I was to the point where I had to stop sipping, though. Cleansing my palate with an over a different hop backbone, serenading me with ethanol. Tinny comes in at the back. A malt bruise during the finale as a haze is left.
Beer Name:Serious Sam Stout
Style: American Stout
Review: Had this beer on saturday in December at the sea-warming event. The undersized tulip glass bled a thick bubble with a cinch back that was soon gone.
The smell is a great combination of pine, vanilla, and dark chocolate. The crustiness is followed by the sweltering heat from the hops. This beer is especially sweet for a stout because its on the sweeter side. Tannin, caramel sugar, sweetness, and roasted nuts are all the peak of this beer.
The taste is a dark and breadyness of malts and the first full of chocolates. The hops are bitter as fuck but they add also a nip of a roasted nuttiness.
I actually found that when I opened the bottle, it went down to a mish-mash of dark malts and hops. How does it even work in a beer! Thats too bad because the senses things this beer otherwise really impressed me, which I was really glad. This beer has some power to and soon we will see how that is. Thats just love at first crack.
Beer Name 2000 AVERAGE 2012
Style: American Double / Imperial IPA
Review: This is a truly remarkable beige ale. It has a fantastic amount of colour and head but there is a slight haze of rust and Deco, not very whilepale like. There is a bit of roasty flavour. The scents of the beer are either unique or very appealing. It is enjoyable and must have drinkable.
note: If you couldn’t tell, this stuff is AI-generated via a machine learning algorithm. The title and the opening blurb were trained on the standard GPT-2 model, with ‘Beer Review:’ and ‘This my weekly column of beer reviews. ‘ given as prompts. The reviews were generated from a fine-tuning of the GPT-2 model with a large sample of Beer Advocate reviews. I selected from the saved samples of these and put this post together.