MoreHead (355) - Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA - MAY 23, 2006
nice pils but can’t measure up to victory or even urquel. refreshing and predictable, enjoyable. tockeyhockey (2) - USA - MAY 23, 2006 does not count
I’m assuming that most of these reviews are from the bottle, not from a tap in Praha. This is simply the most delicious beer on the planet when fresh. ardmoreryan (7) - Ardmore, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 22, 2006 does not count
Another great example of a pilsner... malty and mildly bitter with hints of sweetness and bread flavor. sanmiguel (118) - Illinois, USA - MAY 22, 2006
Bottled. Pours a golden amber color. Well carbonated. Crisp grainy and malty taste. Grassy scent. Excellent finish. Lives up to its expectation! One of the best pilsners in the world! apoptosis (1317) - Denver, Colorado, USA - MAY 19, 2006
The so called "real" budweiser...let’s see: much fuller nose with a definete lagerness to it. Slightly fruity and yeasty - fullness that I wouldn’t expect from a budweise-type. Light, heathery, pleasant. OK.
notalush (5878) - Denver, Colorado, USA - MAY 19, 2006
I don’t really know why so many people compare this to other swill import lagers like heineken, becks, etc. - this is a wonderfully spicy, floral, buttery pils - medium-bodied, yet really quaffable - just a great pilsner. Boletus (52) - POLAND - MAY 10, 2006
On tap at several restaurants in Vienna. This is an ultimate lager but it counts if you have it from a bottle or draught and if it was handled properly. One can say it is watery and not complex but as long as you need just a refreshing, cold, golden colored drink with a nice head the Budweiser is unbeatable. jrossol (5) - Ohio, USA - MAY 9, 2006 does not count
just a bump up from a heineken. Good, but probably not worth the extra costs to import the stuff. kiltedscotsman (9) - Alberta, CANADA - MAY 9, 2006 does not count
What can I say? A real pilsner, and the ORIGINAL Budweiser. The only reason its called Czechvar in the US, is because Anhauser-Bush threw a tantrum over the fact that people may confuse this true ’King Of Beers’ over their own mouthwash.
Gorgeous, hoppy, some great bitter depth to it. GreatLibations (1854) - Last Supper, Arizona, USA - MAY 8, 2006
Pours a pale golden color with a shallow spritzy froth. Aroma of crisp malt and some hay. Ultra light nectar with ample residual effers. Flavors are light, crisp, and clean with a slight skunkiness on the finish. I detected a little clove somewhere in there. Overall; mow the lawn and have a beer, you’ll never see me drinking this beer.