heavy (2817) - Split, CROATIA - NOV 27, 2008
30/10 0.65 l courtesy of Doggythedog, huge thanks for new African beercountry for me and only my second African beer! It poured golden body with medium-sized head that lived quite short. Lemon hops and bread in its aroma. Flavor is slightly sourish hop, with some weaker malts in the background rounding it nicely. Also hints of some undefined spices here. Pity it had so thin body. Therefore, it had shorter, but pleasant finish. Good for something African. Again, this evening, a beer got better than my expectations was. ogivlado (7839) - Zagreb, CROATIA - NOV 18, 2008
bottled(650ml). -courtesy of Doggythedog (thanks!), shared with him and heavy.
Marko (5718) - Split / Zagreb, CROATIA - OCT 30, 2008
Golden coloured, small white head that went away fast, bready nose. The taste is also bready, weak malty and light hoppy with notes of hay in the finish. New country counts.
0.65l bottle from a friend who brought it from Cameroon (thanks Aleks!), shared with heavy and ogivladoNuffield (4171) - Roseville, Minnesota, USA - JUN 25, 2004
Poured a nice golden body with a medium sized thick white head. A light, maybe a little too light taste, but fine, bready, some lightly acidic hop. a little pollen. Yeah, quite clean, no off tastes, drinkable, would be a very good lager with more body... now it’s just average (which is, again, probably great for the area). All in all, I couldn’t have asked more from my first Cameroonian beer.
Dusty aroma from a yellow fizzy lager...but the flavor here is more delicate than that--some fruitiness even--amid a light grassiness. Not a bad lager at all. My can was brewed under license in Gabon. I was told by a friend that people in Gabon do not drink the native Gabonese beers, preferring instead the higher quality offered by Beaufort. Um, o.k. omhper (25160) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - APR 2, 2002
Golden coloured. Relatively dry, surprisingly clean and full bodied for an African lager. Some bitterness.