Capital Supper Club
There is no bad beer. Okay, there is bad beer, but beer that is between bad and good have a special place. There are uses for “not bad” beer, and that’s what Capital Supper Club is: not bad (it even says it on the bottle!).
The color is a crisp yellow and there isn’t much aroma can be spoken for. It’s beer, and it’s not bad beer at that. There are hints of fruitiness, and it is very refreshing, but that’s about it. It doesn’t taste bad, but it doesn’t taste much. It is very light and drinkable, and would go great with a meal, since there isn’t much flavor to influence for either the beer or the meal, which, I suppose, influences the name a bit.
Unfortunately, even though it’s “not bad,” it’s not great, either. While there is a subtle sweetness, there’s a little something that makes you unhappy. You can’t shut your eyes and sigh, saying, “Wow, what a beer.” You drink it and forget it, acting more like a glass of water rather than an experience to be enjoyed. The beer is a tool and needs something with it to be enjoyed to the fullest potential.
Frankly, it’s a little boring. Not much jumps out at me. It’s a good, lighter beer, if that’s what you are looking for.