Brewed by Pt. Multi Bintang (Heineken)
Style: Pale Lager
Central Java, Indonesia


on tap

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RATINGS: 440   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.01/5   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
Ingredients: Water, Malt, Sucrose, Barley and Hops.

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VamboladeTolly (1937) - Tartu, ESTONIA - JUN 20, 2017
Bottle. Pours golden with small white head. Aroma: hay, wet paper, corn, malty. Taste: sweetish, malty, weak caramel, paper. Thin body. Drinkable but why.

Gary (1999) - Brentford, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUN 15, 2017
500ml. In a Cantillon glass. Said glass cost me more than a case of this former communist paradise islands beer probably would. Hi to who evers reading this garbage. Nose of glue, cereal, Indonesian prisoners on death row dreaming of the firing squad to break the painful existence of living in a rat infested Indonesian big house..and some cheap hops. Golde with a decent white head. Do these people marry this beverage with cuisine like cats and dogs ? I’ve thankfully never dined on either, but they inevitably taste like chicken and this beer has that kinda soulless clean texture that complements white soulless meats. It drinks grainy, sweet and.lightly hopped . A little cereal crap. It’s not that bad if you’re in Indonesia and so hot and humid that anything cold is nice. But it’s pretty shitty right here and now on a slightly warm UK summer evening.

BlackHaddock (7232) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JUN 8, 2017
20th May 2017: Cotteridge Tasting number 3. Clear and clean golden pour, snow white topping. Corn like aroma and taste, grainy with a slight citrus leaning towards the finish: didn’t take to it.

jjsint (2997) - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - JUN 6, 2017
Bottle from Morrisons, drunk at home. Golden, a bit dark, clear with very little head. Bit of visible carbonation. Light grainy smell, a touch of ammonia, faint note of tangerine. Achingly sweet taste. Corn syrup party in my mouth... but it’s still refreshing enough. Carbonation is muted in the oily body. This was always going to be a ’no’ from me wasn’t it? But it’s better than I thought it would be.

Leighton (21083) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUN 6, 2017
Bottle shared at the Cotteridge Wines Convention, Vol. III. Cheers! Pours clear pale yellow with a white foam topping. The nose holds paper, cereal and hay. Light sweet flavour, with more cereal and paper, almost no hop presence. Light bodied with fine carbonation. Dry and papery in the finish, Pretty shabby.

berkshirejohn (6448) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - MAY 30, 2017
620 ml bottle from Morrisons, Bracknell. A typical Asian lager, pale straw with a billowing white head; aroma of damp straw; corn syrup taste; and a harsh finish. Best drunk cold, or not at all.

NordicV (2332) - Malmö, Sweden, SWEDEN - MAY 28, 2017
Ljusare gul öl med ett snabbt försvinnande vitt skum. Malt, majssötma och säd i både doft och smak. Industrilager i mängden.

90 (419) - BELGIUM - MAY 24, 2017
No punch and very boring. The most positive thing I can say about this beer is that it is refreshing. But hey, so is water.

tommann (3710) - Dudley, West Midlands, ENGLAND - MAY 23, 2017
620ml bottle. Pours bright gold with a large head. Aroma is grass, corn, some cardboard. Taste has a little grass. Some corn and straw.

Scopey (14501) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAY 23, 2017
Big ol bottle at Cotteridge Convention 2017. It pours yellow - gold with a small white head. The aroma is soft, grainy, corn, soda water and white bread. The aroma is dryish upfront, straw, grass, paper, metal and soda water. Light+ body and average carbonation. Pretty mellow. A fairly forgettable yellow fizzy lagerbier.

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