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Brewed by Brandecker Sörház
Style: Pale Lager
Ecser, Hungary


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RATINGS: 9   MEAN: 2.72/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.73/5   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
Translation from Hungarian:
Pure, pale, unpasteurized beer. Alc: 3.5%-4.5%.

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Sissio (1785) - Orsenigo, ITALY - JUL 1, 2014
Clear pale golden, minimal white head Cereals, floreal honey Cereals, light bitter ending with remarkable bitter aftertaste

larsga (7676) - Oslo, NORWAY - DEC 31, 2013
Medium white head. Clear yellow body. Vinegary funky barnyard aroma with lemon notes. Dry-acidic funky barnyard taste with wooden lemony notes. Mid-bodied. Dryish-acidic ashy lemony barnyard aftertaste with grassy notes. Weird, and extremely unusual. Nice, tho’, but probably not meant to be this way at all. (0.3l draft at Skanzenclub, Budapest.)

ogreface (1390) - Budapest, HUNGARY - MAR 8, 2012
Tiszta aranysárga színe van, habja közepes méretű, fehér, szivacsos állagú és gyorsan lelappad. Illata malátásan édeskés, élesztős, picit citrusos és virágos. Ízében érezni az élesztőt, sok malátát, ami kissé édeskés és gyümölcsös, a végén pedig előjön egy kevéske, kesernyés, zöldes komló is. Vizes, könnyű teste van és enyhén szénsavas. Utóíze keserédes, malátás és kissé száraz. Semmi különleges, egy igazi hétköznapi ivósör, de nagy melegben nagyon könnyen és nagy mennyiségben iható, például egy bográcsozás alkalmával.

Thomasalias (320) - Budapest, HUNGARY - JAN 13, 2012
UPDATED: JAN 14, 2012 On tap at Wichmann kocsmája, Budapest. Clear golden color with white frothy head. Classic draft lager. Characterless malty aroma, but interesting sour malty taste. Medium body with lively carbonation and slick texture. Sour malty finish. Interesting beer because of the sourness. I heared, that it’s a home-made beer, so in that case, it’s quite good. Still better the classic Hungarian industrial lagers.

filthy (3) - - OCT 11, 2011 does not count
Plastic bottle(1000ml). Bought in Budapest on a street festival. No distinct aroma, very pale, no foam. First impression - watery taste. Second impresion - quite refreshing and pleasantly bitter. As I’m in favor of bitter beers I enjoyed this one in the end, even though it’s nothing special.

lord_totenkopf (314) - Budapest, HUNGARY - MAR 20, 2011
Appearence: very massive head and pale yellow colour. Aroma is standard lager with bread-like malt notes and hoppy bitterness. The taste leaves a bit unusual aftertaste and after a few pints it could be quite disturbing. Worth a try as a rare home-brewed lager, but don’t have high expectations.

mattphilips (801) - Budapest, HUNGARY - NOV 27, 2010
Óbester Borozó, Budapest. Süldőmalac koromban gyakran ittam, aztán persze sok mást kipróbáltam, szóval gyorsan letettem. Most nemrég, úgy 4 év óta először tettem vele még egy próbát. Pozitív csalódás volt. Egész komoly, édeskés malátás illat, halvány aranysárga szín, kissé zavaros, a tetején egész magas habkorona, ami sokáig kitart. Az íze azért annyira nincs rendben, van valami kisebb mellékíze, mintha lenne benne valami nem oda illő hozzávaló. Különben édeskés, de a végén érződik a komló is, abszolút meg lehet inni, de még nagyon sokat kéne dolgozni rajta, ami nem feltétlenül célja a sörfőzdének, hiszen alacsonyabb kategóriájú házi sörként értékesítik, annak pedig kétségkívül megállja a helyét.

ogivlado (8316) - Zagreb, CROATIA - APR 30, 2008
Plastic bottle(1000ml). -From small shop in village named Torokbalint near Budapest. For past two years I’ve been passing by it and always something happens and I don’t get in it. This time I’ve decided to enter and had something to see... over 25 beers in 4 large fridges (only 2 new for me). Who would expect it, especially because shop looks as if it could collapse any second.
Golden coloured, medium sized white head, dusty yeasty nose. The taste is odd, slight hoppy and vegetables with strange notes of beet. Harsh bitter finish and aftertaste.

Marko (6285) - Split / Zagreb, CROATIA - APR 28, 2008
1l plastic bottle courtesy of and shared with ogivlado (thanks!)
Yet another faux German Hungarian beer. Unlike the others, usually supermarket crap brewed by Pecsi or Borsodi, this one is brewed by a micro from a village just outside the eastern limits of Budapest. Cute. It also carries a monk on its label, probably to indicate that it might not be as crap as the plastic bottle would indicate. Not pasteurized, which is a plus. The strength is apparently from 3.5% to 4.5%, which is amusing. It poured a darker orange-golden colour with a medium sized thick white head that went away slowly. Nice enough. The nose isn’t all that bad. Typical micro yeastiness found in this part of Europe mixing with some dusty hopiness. All in all, passable. The taste, however, isn’t as nice. Dominated by a very odd flavour, a mix of beets, carrots and ash, reminding me of a Slovenian beer I had last summer. Skok I think. Interesting but overbearing and just not nice. Some light hopiness surrounds it and that’s pretty much it. Not as offensive as the sum of its parts, but I wouldn’t buy it again. I hope the other Hungarian micros are better.

armando629 (2456) - Budapest, HUNGARY - DEC 13, 2007
UPDATED: JAN 26, 2009 I found that beer in a local "pub" in the underpass at Nyugati Railway station.Strong nose, tons of malt.Pure golden color, minimal head what dissapears quickly. The flavour is malty and very sweet. light carbonation. Minimal bitterness and aftertaste. Was that beer normally fermented before any filtration?(2007.12.13.: 4, 2, 3, 2, 9)
I have tasted it again. So i*ve bought a bottle at the brewery, and it was better. It has a nice golden beer with a white foamy head. Floral hop, some yeast, fine malt in the nose. The flavor is similar as the aroma, sourish yeast, fine sweet malt, hop in the finish. Not a big character, but it was fine!

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