Name: The name makes me feel happy (which I’m sure is much the point)
Art work: Hard to go wrong with goats and beer. Good art work.
Bottle neck label: Not only do they have a neck label, they have neck bling! I had to get an extra bottle of it just so I could give Mrs. UsedHair a goat decoration in hopes that she wouldn’t steal mine.
Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock description
Beer description: Short and sweet. But it does give me an idea of what I’ll be drinking. Mission accomplished.
Just the facts: Just ABV.
Bottle cap: Plain white. Must have blown the budget on the neck bling.
Label quality: It’s on straight and not peeling anywhere. Far better than I can say for most others.
Art work: Crisp, Clean, and simple. Not bad, but not my style. I like complicated artwork with lots of detail. I do like the highly reflective can surface being used (even though it makes pictures hard to capture).
Beer description: Lots of description of where/when to drink the beer. But, not much in the way of describing the actual beer. Leaves me with a lot of questions such as: What is a table beer? Is there some history to the name/style? Is this a light beer, a hoppy beer, a yeasty beer?
Just the facts: ABV only. Still not answering any of my questions about color, bitterness, types of malts or yeasts used, etc. But I have plenty of information on their social media outlets.
Pop top: Nothing new here. Standard pop top.
Label quality: The can has a few crinkles. Only defects are my own fault. Benchmark is blame free on this one.