Making this can help a lot in the beer community, especially to those who want to know if an expensive beer is really worth buying.
In making reviews about beers there are essential information must be included.
The first thing you must do when making a review is to do a research.
This will give you ideas for introductory words.
You can include the name of the brewery, location, ABV and anything that is basic information about the beer.
Now let's go with the essential information your beer reviews must have and these are as follow.
Appearance - this part may answer the questions, what color is it? How does it pour? Is it hazy? Is there foam in it? Does the foam fade fast or it last for longer time? Is there carbonation on the beer? Answering these questions you can describe perfectly the appearance of the beer.
Smell - when you've already tasted lot of beers you can easily distinguish the smell of a beer.
If it smell some kind of fruity or something that can really describe the smell of it.
In some reviews this named as Aroma.
Taste - our tongue has different areas that detect different flavors, so to be able to describe the beer properly, try it at all areas.
Sip a little first and stay it in the tip for few seconds, then swill it around your mouth.
Mouthfeel or Palate - this describes the feeling of the beer on your mouth down through your throat.
It usually answers the questions.
Is the beer light or heavy? Is it well carbonated? Beer reviews are much useful if it includes constructive advices and tips.
Always remember that do not make a review unless you have tasted the beer.