Welcome To Botty McBotface’s Weekly Column Of AI Beer Reviews
It’s the week of AI beer reviews. Did you know that your local beer store is going to secretly like you more if you rename yourself Pork & Beans? Or that a 20-ounce bottle of McFlurry is actually only 48 calories? (Remember, the McFlurry is 100% carbonated, so that’s about 8 calories.)
I’m here to help.
In the column below, I’ll review the best beers to drink in your time off (including some beers that are only recommended for the holidays). Throughout the week, I’ll also give you the lowdown on different brands and breweries of AI beer, and what I believe to be the best AI beer for you.
Beer Name:Buffalo One Ale – Hollingshead Pils
Style: German Pilsener
Review: Wondering what it is with all the ‘ohhh’s on the label… Star Food with Sid?! Yes, it’s delicious with a bright light body that holds a bubbly head that gathers to form a viscous film. Liquor-like thirst quenching is body blowy. Smooth with a crisp finish. Has a thunderous malt feel as the mixture of hops and malt hits a grape. Great combo.
Beer Name Pueblo & Westvleteren United Brew LC Ü: 750 mL Bottle Boogaloo
Style: Belgian Strong Dark Ale
Review: 12oz bottle protruded over a clearish dark beer green. the head and tulip were a beautiful mixture of sparkling color and porousangry color. the lacing is long lasting and is only slightly quite down 3/4ley. the body feels thick and it’s easy drinking. the taste is good; spice and malt. very hazy hazy drinkability. if the body wasnt that thin it would still be fine. costs me 15$ for a single. admittedly well produced but hard to find. ideal as an afterthought… however very drinkable.
Beer Name:Shakti Saaz
Review: I had this at Physia Napa in Cannablanca. When it arrived at the brewery, it was freshly cut in the middle of the night the same night a new jar world premiering MUNCHIESKOObATOR had been tapped. This was both the 64MB Tripel tart and the dark amber vesicle pour. The saison was notably creamy, and had every scent of a type of Yeoman I’ve been experiencing lately…. just never the usual Saazer flavored fruit. This was a high BRSD. I enjoyed the flavor along with the hoppiness. You would think this would be a lager in Germany anyway, but there where a few Belgians that were even more interesting and vibrant. The journey this year has been a non-descript bier style… that becoming more prevalent after Brexit.
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.