freretoc (1935) - Besançon, FRANCE - APR 2, 2014
On essaye d’imiter un style, on sait pas faire c’est dégueulasse ça marche pas, encore un beau travail de chez Kronenbourg... Dogbrick (15742) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - APR 13, 2004
I don't know how the majority of beers I tried in France ended up being in the Kronenbourg line. They have all been below average, and this is no exception. Dark gold with a thin white head. Indistinct aroma of hops and skunk. Light-bodied and fizzy with a yucky vegetable and musty hop flavor. The finish doesn't help matters by being kind of foul too. Avoid if possible. Nate (4279) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 23, 2004
Weak aroma. Light sweetness from malts/corn? Low level of hops - sort of a chemical bitterness. Hint of diacetyl, too. Clear dull golden-yellow, with wispy white head - no lacing. Medium heavy watery body, like softened water, and medium to heavy carbonation. Taste is that of the standard Kronenbourg lager, with some extra hops added. Effect is a mildly bitter start - hardly any sweetness or malt profile that, with the extra carbonation - gives way to a medium-heavy bitter finish. Some chalkiness or carbonic burn on the tongue, too. After is a harsh chemical bitterness with medium staying power. Not a pleasant bitter as in a good classic pils. Tolerable cold, but worsens considerably when it starts to warm up. Oakes (22364) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - MAR 12, 2002
Light amber; hint of caramel; touch of crispy hop. Not real German......... omhper (28429) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - JAN 19, 2002
Golden coloured, rather dry, rather bitter. Way better than the average French lager.
Bov (14988) - Bienne, SWITZERLAND - DEC 17, 2001