Brewed by Asahi Breweries
Style: Pale Lager
Tokyo, Japan


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RATINGS: 1770   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.15/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
Pasteurised bottle.
Brewed in various locations. Continental European Asahi is brewed at Staropramen. UK Asahi is brewed at Shepherd Neame. North American Asahi is brewed in Molson’s Vancouver brewery.
Ingredients: Water, barley, corn, hops, rice.
"Fresh, crisp and clear - with a sharp delivery that slakes thirst before slipping gently on."

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Thylacine (526) - Tasmania, AUSTRALIA - JUL 3, 2007
330 ml bottle - Clear pale yellow with a white head which died almost immediately. Thin bodied with medium carbonation. Sweetish with a mildly dry, short finish. Refreshing enough but rather lacking in flavour.

jkm (235) - AUSTRALIA - JUL 3, 2007
(330ml clear yellow/green glass bottle) A clear pale yellow liquid with average carbonation. Light bodied. Refreshing but watery and has very little flavour. Slightly bitter finish.

fonefan (49331) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUL 2, 2007
Bottle. Clear yellow color with a small frothy fair lacing mostly diminishing white head. Aroma is moderate malty, toasted, sugar. Flavor is moderate sweet with a average duration. Body is light, texture is watery, carbonation is soft.

HenrikSoegaard (14175) - Randers, DENMARK - JUL 2, 2007
Bottle. Creamy white good mostly deminishing head. Yellow colour. Light malty light hoppy aroma. Light bitter flavor. Moderate bitter slightly metallic average finish. Watery palaye. OK pale lager.

DSG (14784) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - JUN 30, 2007
Bottle. This version is brewed in Prague. Clear golden lager with a small white head. Light aroma of malt with a bit of corn. Very light in flavor, but with some dryness (as the name suggests), that make this beer a bit refreshing. Light-bodied.

steview (1037) - Petaluma, California, USA - JUN 24, 2007
steiny, 334ml / yeasty nose that dies very quickly; creamy, buttery palate... at first; typical, japanese macro appearance; watery, a bit sweet, cereal... beer / yeaup! it tasted even more watery when i drank it out of the steiny and it is neither sharp nor slipping gently on.

redlem (1306) - Ohio, USA - JUN 20, 2007
Well it is not skunky and that is about the only plus. While I have used the words "fresh, crisp, and clear" as adjectives in describing a beers taste, never in a good beer and with those as being the only description. So yes with the above words and no as far as this being "good."

mhelgason (495) - Salem, Oregon, USA - JUN 20, 2007
I don’t know maybe it was because I was really thirsty and this was very easy to drink. I was not off-put by this beer. I mean don’t get me wrong, far from great. Nice soapy looking white head into straw body. Cereal aromas with a clean almost crispness to finish.

Russo (2011) - Hemhofen, GERMANY - JUN 17, 2007
Can. Nice golden color with a persistent white head.The aroma is some corns or rice, I really don’t know, flavor is dry and refreshing, low bitterness, finish is dry! Cerveja dourada com espuma densa e persistente, aroma de milhou ou arroz, nção consegui definir bem. sabor refrescante e pouco amarga, deixa um sabor seco no final.

LordBeamish (144) - Boozetown, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 17, 2007
500 ml can: Typical lager pour...blah, blah, blan...golden,white head etc. Yeasty/floral aroma. ’Wet’ on the front of the palate with little else going on. Slight dry finish...not the super dry I was expecting. The can says it’s ’the beer for all seasons’. While I’m not sure if this is true, it does go down well on a sweltering June day while working over a hot BBQ. Pretty bland overall.

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