asedzie (826) - San Francisco, California, USA - DEC 5, 2016
Can in New Taipei City. Part of the "Family Mart Collection" from the local convenience store. Yikes! Strong and syrupy sweet - like drinking partially fermented children’s candy runoff. Not sure there is much of an upside to this- I am sure that this will cause a headache if I finish it. gueuze (946) - - DEC 25, 2015
Dunkel, dunkel rot, klar. Geruch karamellig, süß, keine Röstaromen. Hohe Karbo. Viel Frucht u. höhere Alk. Kein Röst, kein Stout. Eher Bock. chapmanli (65) - CHINA - MAY 19, 2015
bought in metro supermarket,never had a stout as bad as this,nothing else but bitter in the finishing,totally destroy the image of german beer fajry (2080) - SLOVAK REPUBLIC - MAY 17, 2015
Plechovka. Tmavo hneda farba, hneda pena, okamzite padla. Vona sladka, prazene slady a kava. V chuti sladke, cukrikove telo. Jemne prazene slady a kava. Dozvuk sladky, alkoholovi, velmi jemne horky. GuideDogSaint (1489) - Xiamen, CHINA - SEP 10, 2014
Can from Metro hypermarket, Xiamen. Pours dark brown/black with a disappearing off white head. Initial aroma of washing up liquid although there is some mild roast and coffee. Sweet finish with alcohol. Not sure it’s worth finishing. Can Germany please stop exporting this rubbish to China. You’ll put them off trying to find decent beer!
GoufCustom (2001) - HONG KONG - FEB 26, 2013
UPDATED: FEB 27, 2013
500ml can bought at the grand opening of Aeon in Tsuen Wan. Clear deep blackish brown colour; Razor-thin head and beige foam which fades in 20 seconds; No lacing and minimal carbonation; Smell of roasted malt, light chocolate, cola, light caramel, and slight hint of alcohol; Taste of roast malt, nuts, light coffee, light grass and alcohol; Light body, watery palate. Sweetness comes only as a note, dominated by strong malt and alcohol taste. Hop bitterness is near zero and unable to curb the pretty strong boozy finish. Quite dry after taste, still easy to mouth despite the boozy taste.
Comments: this one bears some similarity with “Bear Beer Strong Stout” from the same brewery. I first suspect this may be an alias beer, but it turns out to be quite different from the latter. This one is much less sweeter, which I like, but it lacks the roasty and chocolaty smell and taste typical of a stout, and it’s way too boozy to my mouth (but not to my head). Like Bear Beer Strong Stout, this is another lager-based, high abv pretender. Stout drinkers probably won’t touch it, and it’s not strong enough to be a proper tramp juice. What a limbo.