TorbenJensen (1528) - Valby, DENMARK - JUL 1, 2015
Beer flavor is slightly along cooked vegetables with a little aroma of hops in the background. The flavor is very subtle malty, and it may be due to the gluten free. The hops are comfortable and overtones not the weak malt nuances of lager. The carbonation is soft and makes it a easy drinking beer. Because of its slightly weak malt character tastes far from the European pilsner standard, but instead it is a very clean pilsner is brewed with exactly the hopping as it can stand wear without losing malt / hops balance. Lovely thirst quenching lager, as many probably will find little boring here in the Danish climate. I think, however, that in its home country will fall quite good in terms of taste. Like a San Miguel tastes best in Spain and Efes tastes best in Turkey, so this is an elegant tasty beer brewed to Brazil’s climate. mauroruellas (792) - GETULINA, BRAZIL - JUN 21, 2015
Cerva clara,creme médio,boa carbonatação,aroma levemente maltado,no sabor malte predomina,cereais não maltados presentes mas sem exagero,lúpulo um pouco acima das outras macros,boa drinkability,Uma boa opção para o dia a dia. Emeister84 (2505) - Charlottesville, Virginia, USA - JAN 3, 2015
Aromas of subtly sweet grain, light corn, some mineral, barely noticeable hops. Clear gold, quickly vanishing white head. Subtle sweetness, minerally. Light bodied. tupungato (61) - POLAND - OCT 22, 2014
Drank a few big bottles in Brazil. Just an OK, acceptable, drinkable beer. Nothing special, but definitely better than Itaipava. eduardovl (1449) - SWITZERLAND - OCT 14, 2014
UPDATED: JUL 5, 2016 600ml bottle served in a traditional Brazilian "copo americano" (American glass in free translation).
A: Pours a pale golden in color, perfectly clear, forming a huge bubbled aired white head. Low retention but a very thing layer remains forming some lacings in the surface but not much in left in the glass.
S: Sweet grains and adjunct malts mainly. Light notes of grassy yeasts.
T: Following the nose, sweet grains, corn. Disgusting cardboard taste with metallic notes. Hoppy bitterness is simply imperceptible, a shame, really. It doesn’t really worth mentioning it...
M: Extremely light and watery body. Good carbonation. Cardboard aftertaste.
O: Just another large scale Adjunct Lager produced in Brazil. Produced with low quality adjunct malts, this type of beer has to be served extremely cold to hide the annoying rice and corn taste and flavors. As it get warmed, it becomes difficult to drink. Well, in a nutshell, a "beer" to avoid...
[ BA Review @ 8/24/2012 ]
Kvkx1 (49) - Dublin, IRELAND - SEP 30, 2014
UPDATED: DEC 6, 2014 Light color and aroma. Tastes slightly bitter, watery but not too much. Finishes well with a slight, crisp bitterness. Overall the end result is quite drinkable for what it is, if you drink it really cold. digopossobon (391) - MACAE, BRAZIL - SEP 21, 2014
Boa formação de creme, branco e persistente.
Líquido amarelo claro, bastante translúcido.
Aroma bom de cereais. Um pouco adocicado.
É um pouco doce. Bastante efervescente. Pouco lúpulo. Cereais presentes. Um pouco aguada. Retrogosto amargo, de pouca duração. ogivlado (7810) - Zagreb, CROATIA - JUL 16, 2014
Bottled 600ml. -from the bottle somewhere in Sao Paulo. Sweetish malty, grainy and slight watery with touch of hops. Short finish. Better than other macros but not much. Arve_Christian (5143) - Oslo, NORWAY - JUL 4, 2014
On bottle in Sao Paulo. GOlden color, good foam. Aromas of boiled vegetables, light hops. Light body & complexity. Good bitterness. A notch above the rest of the Brazilian macros DuffMan (10429) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - JUN 28, 2014
Big bottles served in galvanized metal tubs of ice at some various in Rio. Hard to discriminate here-- a fairly shitty pale lager served extra-cold to help mask the shitiness.