Maracuja05 (2064) - Mainz, Rineland-Palatinate, GERMANY - NOV 21, 2017
06-09-17 // draft at Whelans, Dublin, Ireland. Clear golden. Pale Lager. Watery light bodied with some grains and cereals. Not good. fellebag (1571) - Oslo, NORWAY - SEP 17, 2017
Pint. Clear dark pilsener color. Good carbonation. Aroma is light caramel, leaves. Surprisingely sweet taste. elbernays (1731) - Dublin, IRELAND - AUG 25, 2017
Pint at clearys Amiens Street. Pours clear gold with white fluffy head. Bread aroma. Flavor is biscuit sweet with with bread finish. Above average for style. HogTownHarry (7086) - Toronto (Harbourfront), CANADA - AUG 1, 2017
September 2, 2015 - with blankboy and gregclow, courtesy of garthicus - 330ml can. As "Dublin Lager" Pale gold, clear, not much head. Somewhat off-putting honey/heather aroma, just enough cooked veg/plastic and not enough bitterness to give it more than a 6- ... taste is cleaner; oily, some actual bitterness ... but still with the pvc. Still, light mouthfeel, no lingering ugliness. Meh. Sigmund (8032) - Tau, NORWAY - JUL 23, 2017
Keg halfpint, as Five Lamps Dublin Lager, at Graingers, Dublin. Pale golden colour, white head. Nice fruity and floral hops in the aroma. Smooth fruity flavour throughout, very good.
Maxbier (1000) - Maryland, USA - JUN 29, 2017
Golden pour from a fresh 12oz can near the source. Light grassy lager aroma. Herbal grassy hop. Light Pilsner like malt character. Nice light unskilled lager. Much better than the green bottle garbage that everyone around here appears to be drinking. Padchenko (395) - Dublin, IRELAND - JAN 28, 2017
Pours yellow with initially a decent white head, retaining only a small head. Medium to high carbonation. Malty and some hoppiness, and slightly more sweet than most lagers DiceyReilly (2) - - DEC 13, 2016 does not count
As a golden lager it has a medium malt flavour with more carbonation than you usually find with craft beers. Had it 3 of 4 times now on draught in a few pubs in Dublin. The Duke served the nicest pint of it so far. I’d try it again. Found that after about 3 pints I preferred to veer towards Heineken. Worthwhile trying for yourself. Most people would happily enjoy a pint of it so you wont be sitting there sulking sipping slowly if you’re worried you wouldn’t like it. Gangstergafje (1358) - Capelle aan den IJssel, NETHERLANDS - MAY 10, 2016
As Dublin Lager. The beer has a normal, simple lager appearance. The color of the beer is good yellow and the beer is crystal clear. On top of the beer, there is an adequate amount of rough white foam. The bulk collapses quickly, to leave near to nothing.
The smell of the beer is mild. It’s not bad for a lager. There is a nice hoppy bitterness in the smell. There aren’t a lot of malt aromas present.
The taste is a bit more malty. I taste some bread malt flavors. There is also that nice hoppy bitterness. There is a nice amount of carboxylation. The finish is short and abrupt. blankboy (7884) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 16, 2015
[Can (330ml) shared with HogTownHarry & GregClow -- c/o garthicus] As ’Dublin Lager’. Pours a clear pale yellow-gold with an average size semi-lasting foamy white head. Aroma of grassy hops, light vegetal notes and bready malt. Flavour is slightly better, grassy, bready and a bit fruity. Average bodied. Not bad, nothing really wrong with this, a standard decent Lager.