His was a blind tasting, though, of the three, rather than a review comparison like I did. Still, the results are interesting:
However, they were clearly three different beers. One had a more prominent aroma, one had a more pronounced flavor, and the third was clearly the least engaging, trounced by sulphurs that I couldn’t enjoy.
Along the lines of what I determined; there is a difference among all these, if you’re willing to look for it.
And, you know, provided you don’t take any of this too seriously! (Check out brewvana’s previous post to see what I mean.)