Brewed by Bavaria Brouwerij (Netherlands)
Style: Low Alcohol
Lieshout, Netherlands


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RATINGS: 36   MEAN: 2.18/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.25/5   ABV: -
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MADpalace (219) - Budel, NETHERLANDS - JAN 4, 2013
Sparkling golden/yellow color with creamy industrial head. Immediate hoppy smell when pouring. Really strong smell with some flavours of lemon freshness in the backgrond. Strange bitter taste with some slight sweetness, but not the fruity sweetness, but more chemical. Not really beer!

Thompson (710) - - DEC 22, 2012
Clear golden color.. no head whats so ever.. smell isnt to good sour fruit.. taste like old water with something added.. not good at all

dEnk (4200) - Den Haag, NETHERLANDS - DEC 17, 2012
Bottle @ brewday. Aroma is floral notes, some cardboard, sweet malts. Flavour is watery malty wort with some hops. Not bad for a na.

thanatosti (1793) - Culemborg, NETHERLANDS - DEC 15, 2012
30 cl. bottle @ home, bought @ Coop. Golden with a thin, quickly disappearing white head. Fruity sweet malt smell. familiair low alcohol cabbage taste with some lemon. Not as horrible as other low alcohol beers but no treat either.

kiwianer (3428) - Otorohanga, NEW ZEALAND - DEC 15, 2012
The head is unstable, the body golden. It smells barley, wort, pungend. The taste is watery, wort, a bit barley. 6/6/5/6/7/6

vipinvelp (4541) - Velp, NETHERLANDS - DEC 6, 2012
Clear golden yellow with small white foam head. Aroma is malty alcoholfree beer. Taste is bit sparkling, somewhat high carbonate. Short malty aftertaste. (Velp 201212)

Martinus (4701) - Baarle-Nassau, NETHERLANDS - NOV 21, 2012
Clear golden colour, firm white head. Citrus aroma, bit like hops, but somewhat weird, malts, lime/grapefruit. Sweet malty flavour, sugar, reminding of raw sugar beet, bit sickly. Quite sickly sweet finish with lime touches.
After being thoroughly impressed by the 0.0 wit (which only had a few minor flaws), this is a bit of a disappointment. I’m convinced that in the near future Bavaria will brew a beer you can’t quite notice it is completely NA. Unfortunately, this is not this beer.
(From 33cL bottle @ home)

DutchDrebus (6196) - Oirschot, NETHERLANDS - NOV 19, 2012
15 cl can @ home. Pale yellow with a decent white head. Looks like a regular pils. Smells amazingly hoppy, malts, quite fresh. Tastes malty and quite thin, but other than that there’s also a nice fresh hop flavour. Too bad the typical non-alcohol maltiness takes over most of the flavor. Could use a bit more carbo and a bit more body, but what can you expect from a zero alcohol beer. At least it’s not completely flat. I’d say it’s a fairly nice product and it’s better then most other alcohol free pilseners. In case of having to be the designated driver, this should get you through the evening.

Christos (5889) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - NOV 19, 2012
Another 0.0 beer from Bavaria, after the lemon, the wit, the rose, now we have the Gold. Poured into a lager glass. Colour is golden yellow, maybe a little paler than the usual pilsners and lagers. Head is very thin, only half a finger, froathy, white in colour, with very little retention and lacings. Minimal activity in the glass. Aroma is quite malty but with some citrus notes as well. Pleasant. A taste full of malts and corn cereal on the finish, along with a slight lemon twist. Very thin body and a hell of a carbonation. Not bad aroma or taste, but the mouthfeel ruins it all, even for a non alcoholic beer.

note666 (1313) - Eindhoven, NETHERLANDS - NOV 18, 2012
2012 - 11 - 18 330ml can. clear golden colour. small white head that disappears soon. hay in aroma. bit bitter taste. just another zero % beer... not nice...

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