yespr (45508) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - JUN 12, 2008
50 cL bottle. Pours almost fully clear and yellow with a slowly collapsing white head. Mild spiced and malt aroma, mild fruit note in addition - quite unique aroma mix I cannot describe any better. Flavour is medium dry malt with a light cardboard note and mild to subdued bitterness. Ends medium dry bitter. omhper (25152) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - JUL 18, 2006
[Bottled] Bright golden, airy head. Papery malt aroma. Sweetish with rounded mouthfeel. Evidently malty, and it’s quality malt. Grassy finsih with medium bitterness. rlgk (18850) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - JUN 27, 2004
Golden, white head. Malty aroma, malty flavor. Pleasant but not that good. Had it while watching Sweden-Italy in European Championships 2004. Lets say that Zlatans finish was better than this beers finish.... :-) TBone (17565) - Pori, FINLAND - OCT 15, 2005
Bottled 0,5 ltr flip-top (BB 10/2005)Dedollewaitor (16171) - Odense, DENMARK - APR 30, 2009
I’m not sure if this is the one as bottle just said "Altenmünster" but as ABV 4.9% and ratings match so I’ll rate this here.
Hazy yellow, good big foamy head, lace. Fruity, lemony hoppy nose. Medium-bodied, malty, balanced lager with fruity hoppy finish. Just too much sweet bread here to be enjoyable.
50cl bottle @ Germany. Pours clear gold with a large white foam. Corn, hay and grain in the nose. Some fruit and corn. Thin palate. Unpleasant aftertaste of corn.
ogivlado (7839) - Zagreb, CROATIA - DEC 8, 2004
Bottled(500ml). -pale golden coloured with medium white head, light sweet, malty and bready aroma, easy drinkable and nice quite refreshing beer larsniclas (7077) - Billdal, SWEDEN - JUN 27, 2004
Golden with a white, short head.
Really malty; breadlike aroma.
A dry and papery palate with a lot of maltiness. Bready. Marko (5718) - Split / Zagreb, CROATIA - DEC 23, 2004
This was the most expensive pils I ever bought. It wasn’t worth it. Pale yellow colour, huge white head. Some carbonation, but no lacing. Nothing impressive. Smells malty. Tastes malty and lemony, filling maybe. Still nothing impressive. Overall, an average pilsener. Well, the bottle was great looking, with a resealable plastic cork and could make someone uninformed think that they’re buying something great. I always check before buying something, so I wasn’t dissapointed much. By the way, the 2l bottle of this beer is the biggest glass beer bottle I’ve ever seen, and by far the most expensive one. Oh, and it says that it’s brewed by Brauhaus Altenmünster in Marktoberdorf. That makes 2 beers that are listed here under Privatbrauerei Franz Joseph Sailer that say that they are brewed somewhere else. It’s probably a matter of brewery changing name when this one is concerned, but the Oberdorfer Weissbier still puzzles me. ThomasE (5174) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - AUG 9, 2005
Pale golden colour with a white head. Sweet malty aroma with hints of fruit. Malty and grainy flavor with a light hoppy finish. ALLOVATE (3015) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - NOV 10, 2005
An easy drinking, malt driven Lager this turned out to be. Tasted from the Swing-stopper and poured into a stein glass. A thin soapy white head formed, which later became dense and creamy, atop a slightly glazed looking orangey gold body. Gritty, grainy, breakfast cereal nose with hints of honey and marmalade. Quite alluring. Light bodied in the mouth and soft and prickly in carbonation. Subtle in flavour, the palate was balanced between tangy, gooey citric fruits, and palest grainy malts with a clean and spicy back-end. Finish had some fruity sweetness and a similar lingering tang like the palate, but it generally remained crisp. Lacked hop definition, yet it seemed to work in its favour. Easy drinking summer thirst quencher!!! (50cL, 12/12/05)