bower (2) - ENGLAND - OCT 19, 2007 does not count
whats wrong with you guys? why u slating chang. do you think anyone actually gives a shit what u think about beer? chang is the best beer i cant remember drinking. Changman95 (1) - Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 26, 2015 does not count
Chang beer is by far my favourite beer for the legitimate reasons listed as following; However irrelevant it may be to the beer tasters list of considerations, Chang beer has provided as a fantastic ice in situations of particular awkwardness e.g. A large group of people meeting each other for the first time, secondly Chang taste-wise has a particular after taste that cannot be reproduced by any other larger I have tasted to date, thirdly the smoothness of the beer appeals to any experienced or inexperienced drinker, it has a tendency to sit at the back of the throat, allowing you to annoy it for longer than your average brew. Finally but by no means the least important factor when considering Chang, is it’s pricing which falls at least 10 baht below it’s competitors, making it affordable and additionally a sustainable drink when visiting south east Asia. I sincerely hope that Chang gains a higher rating and reputation on this page as it has served me and others I know quite well. Bcoble003 (290) - Jblm, Washington, USA - NOV 26, 2016
Drank way to many Samuel Adams. But this one comes from sentimental value. So thank you Cpt. Julian I greatly appreciate it.
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This is a grate pale lager, one of the best I have drink. The aroma is like every pilsner should be, light, malty, litlle bit of hops, the same in flavor. It is a crispy beer without the skunky or metallic flavor of typical macro industrial lagers. Hops in flavor are very unique, something between floral and citic. Will drink it again, definetively. Asian lagers are a little bit underated, but there are good examples that not all industrial lagers are crap. lllChirslll (10) - Texas, USA - MAY 14, 2009
Notes: 12 fl oz bottle. A great beer to have with a burger and fries. Goes down smooth with no over powering bitterness or sweetness.
A: Yellow & Gold with a decent firm head.
S: Smells of cereal and other grain.
T: A hint of malt, cereal, and grian that is not to overpowered and not to subtle; Has a nice balance of sweetness and bitterness.
D: Excellent drinkability. Very smooth. Not to bitter and not to sweet.
ronaldtheriot (1920) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - JUL 30, 2012
Chang Beer is no longer made with any rice or corn adjuncts. 11.15 oz. bottle. The head was slightly off-white and thin, and the appearance was golden and quite bubbly. No lacing. The aroma is of sweet, lightly-toasted barley malt, and the flavor is of sweet malt, sugar, and mild hops. Mouthfeel is light to medium, and Chang finishes crisp, clean, refreshing, mostly dry, and incredibly drinkable. This is a wonderful beer, and I strongly recommend it. RJT MrJamesMcEwan (243) - SCOTLAND - OCT 21, 2015
* Bottle. Pours golden, clear, with white head.
* Aroma is medium, sweet malt, corn, grain & rice.
* Palate is light body, high carbonation, very fine bubbles.
* Taste is sweet corn & grain.
* Finish is moist & refreshing.
* Overall sweet corn & grain. mikedR (1561) - Gilbert, Arizona, USA - JUL 31, 2013
Better than expected. Malt base is present and contributes a sweetness. Unfortunately weak though. B-
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floral, citrus, golden, sparkling, white foam, lightly bitter, light body, lively, Itzjerm (2797) - Taft, Tennessee, USA - MAY 29, 2011
I must be on a different planet. Sweet, with a sweet after taste, this doesn’t taste like normal beer. very light on the hops side. Enjoyable... especially with a good spicy thai meal.