There were four of us in a group, and between us - we got two beer samplers. The samplers are a nice way to go, as they let you try all of Six Row Brewing Company's beers for just $7.50. Here's my take on each beer:
Kolsch: This was a very easy to drink beer. It's crisp and light on hops, and would be a perfect beer for the summer.
EPA: This was my favorite beer of the night. The Extra Pale Ale had great hop flavor. You know how some hops leave a really bitter taste in your mouth? This wasn't like that it all.
Whale: Now this is a unique beer. It's an interesting mix of the pale ale and wheat. It's got the nice flavor of your regular pale ale, without the bitter aftertaste. This was the favorite of two of the folks at the table.
ESB: Six Row's Extra Special Bitter is not super hoppy or bitter. It's more malty than anything else. It's probably one of the more smooth ESBs I've ever had.
Honey Weizen: This beer has a great smell to it, and it tastes great too. More than anything, this beer has a really wonderful aftertaste. And the honey is local, brought in from Missouri Honey in Florissant.
Porter: This is a pretty typical porter. Two of us at the table commented that it tastes quite a bit like Schlafly's Coffee Stout. This was probably my least favorite beer of the night. It wasn't bad, it just didn't wow me like some of the other beers.