Christos (5765) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - OCT 23, 2013
Bottle, 330 ml. Poured into a stemmed glass at home. New country tick. ABV 4.7%
Golden yellow colour on the body with a small sized white head. Good density and good retention. Light lacing on the glass, non existent activity in it.
Light malty aroma, non offensive at all, mostly because is so faint. That is pretty much it, nothing else going on there.
Taste is also malty, with light grass. Sweet and it lacks the bitterness on the aftertaste.
Thin body and low carbonation, as expected.
Nothing notable with this one, is going down easily, good to flush a dinner down. minutemat (5478) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - MAY 20, 2015
330ml bottle @ Shrewsbury Beer Share, Jan 15, courtesy of Bladdock. According to the blurb above, this is the perfect beer. It’s not. Corn-syrup dominates with a tired sweetness. Not great. Bamsen78 (5400) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - SEP 6, 2013
Bottle. Pours clear pale golden with very small white head. Very faint aroma of hops and yeast. Bitter, hoppy flavour with a touch of yeast and sweetish, bready notes. Mildæy bitter aftertaste. High carbonation. Not so bad for a Pale Lager but nothing I would look forward to drinking again. Alengrin (5369) - BELGIUM - AUG 2, 2014
South American standard lager with snow white head and deeply golden colour; malty aroma with vague floral hops, taste a malty sweetness, bland and boring but rather ’honest’, with only a short-lived, faint hoppiness in the finish. visionthing (5363) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - SEP 15, 2012
33cl bottle courtesy of Arve_Christian - thanks! Pours clear, pale golden with a small white head. Smells a bit strange. Sweet and grainy with some bitterness in the finish. Fairly well balanced. More bitterness than the usual industrial lager from hot countries. Not a great beer, but drinkable. Would probably taste better in a hotter climate than Norway...
beerguy101 (5360) - Newark, California, USA - AUG 5, 2005
Sampled at the Lynnwood International Swill Fest. This beer was by far the worst/best of the fest. 12 oz bottle. Light yellow gold color. Small white sized foamy head. Aroma is malt, cardboard, sweat socks and dirty wet dog. A light to medium bodied “Premium” Lager. GAHH!!!! Heavily carbonated. Crisp, no make that harsh malt flavors. Corn and wet cardboard. Very astringent and a touch sour. That all the good things I can say about the “beer” Its just too horrid to discuss anymore. Now, where did I put my toothbrush? By far the worst beer of 2005. Mouthfeel is this (thank you) Finish is crisp. Aftertaste is bitter Aurelius (5335) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - MAR 19, 2003
Pretty good cereal malt aroma. Cereal and malt flavor came through in the flavor as well, with a tad of vanilla. Leans a little towards sweet, as with many tropicals. This actually drifts towards having an eastern European malty lager character. Good bottlefeel from the squat bottle. Uh oh. Looks like Saddam just ran out of time... Arve_Christian (5143) - Oslo, NORWAY - SEP 15, 2012
On 33 cl bottle from Madrid, thanks Teddybeer.
Golden color, some foam.
some aromas of wheat- some stranhe aromas, undre about date of beer
Light body & complexity.
Pretty std industrial beer stevoj (5036) - Boise, Idaho, USA - FEB 7, 2013
Possibly a cereal lager, as his seems very sour and musty. Not much of a head to speak of and color is extremely pale. Aroma of wet paper, tastes like cardboard with sour palate. not very good... MrTipple (4966) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - APR 20, 2014
Aroma: heavy sweet caramel malts. Appearance: clear gold, medium frothy head. Taste: light sweet. Palate: lively carbonation, light bitters coming up, otherwise continues malty. Overall: another boring Lager, too sweet in aroma. Bottle from Drinks of the World Bern HB, Switzerland.