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Formerly brewed at Heineken Nederland
Style: Low Alcohol
Zoeterwoude, Netherlands

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RATINGS: 63   WEIGHTED AVG: 1.62/5   ABV: -
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Is very mild in character but a bit darker in color. So even with less alcohol you can still have a very satisfying beer!

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Rich71 (468) - Rijnsburg, NETHERLANDS - JUL 17, 2015
Alcohol arm bier met geen smaak, geen lucht, matige schuimkraag. Helemaal niks, sorry.

1.3
Alengrin (5718) - BELGIUM - JUL 25, 2014
UPDATED: SEP 16, 2014 Non-alcoholic malt beer with an orange blonde colour, cristal clear, and a loose, not too stable, snow white head. Nose very neutral, only a slight sweetish maltiness; same for the taste, neutral, just a tad malty, mouthfeel very watery, practically no finish at all, just a very faint and very brief bitterishness. Not off-putting but bordering on tasteless and therefore completely pointless, like most alcohol-free ’beers’.

3.3
androman (2801) - Maarssen, NETHERLANDS - OCT 28, 2013
bottle @ a restaurant in Haarzuilens. Golden color white head higher carbon beer. Bittersweet taste, bitter aftertaste. Even if it’s non-alcoholic, it’s better than the normal amstel beer, or most of the commercial lagers.

1.9
rok1024 (1272) - Maribor, SLOVENIA - SEP 15, 2013
Clear deep golden appearance, medium head. Malty flavor, sweet. Not too watery, refreshing for a non-alcoholic beer.

2.6
worldbeertaste (1818) - West Midlands, ENGLAND - APR 30, 2013
Somewhere between a pale lager low alcohol beer and a malt drink. Medium amber with no head to speak of. Smells of malt, cabbage, grain, sour and sweet caramel sugar. Medium thin body with soft carbonation. Tastes of sweet malt and caramel like a malt drink but with a cardboard and forced carbonation club soda element. The sweetness dominates as as a lover of malt drinks this isn’t half bad. One thing to note is that my bottle is one year and three months over date which may explain why the carbonation is soft and the some of the likely poorer elements subdued.


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