MoritzF (9959) - Ottobrunn, GERMANY - APR 15, 2009
(bottle, 4.6% abv) Almost clear, golden colour with a short foamy white head. Sweet, slightly nutty and buttery malty aroma with notes of bread and herbal and woody hops. Bitter-sweet flavour, light, almost watery texture with a creamy carbonation. Typical Czech malt-profile with a good dash of Saaz hops, especially towards the moderately finish. Not bad and quite refreshing; unfortunately a tad too slim (15.IV.09). sirPino (883) - Zawiercie/Sosnowiec, POLAND - OCT 22, 2008
No592daniele (9219) - ITALY - AUG 10, 2008
Bottle green, 330 ml
Appearance: Pours very nice in terms of cleanity but slightly pale, shiny golden colour of the body, head is
slightly greyish, generally white and initially medium to small quickly decreasing to a small frothy layer
floatingon the body surface. Lacing is non existant.
Aroma: Burned tyre, cadmium, charkcoal, very accidic, old rotten apple and green bottle skunk, at all not
tasting like Bohemian Pilsener, being made in Poland for sur is not made of Czech ingredients and is some mistake of its stlye pretensing to be a Bohemian Pilsener.
Flavour: Front is soft, wattery, unballanced and tasting like a really poor Pale Lager macro sud. There is a
sugar added easily recognizable and tastes like a Bohemian Pilsener with a lot of water and sugar added. Not
pronounced neither in its malty base nor in its hoppyness, dull with a flat aftertaste. Finish feel is accidic like
from brewing cereal in poor Pale Lagers. Extremely dull and flat beer.
Palate: Body is light, texture is wattery, carbonation on palate is flat, finish feel is dull, flat, not pronounced.
chiara schiuma non abbondante mediamente persistente noti lieviquasi piatta leggero malto ed erbaceo in bocca leggera poco aromatico il luppolo si sente a fatica