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Cobra Beer
Brewed at Molson Coors UK (MolsonCoors)

Style: Pale Lager
Burton-on-Trent, England

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RATINGS: 784   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.08/5   EST. CALORIES: 144   ABV: 4.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cold filtered. Previously 5.0%. Originally contract brewed by Charles Wells for Karan Bilimoria. Production moved to Burton in 2009.
First brewed in 1989 in Bangalore.
Ingredients: Barley malt, maize, hops and rice.

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1.9
zakkbironia (112) - Athens, GREECE - NOV 28, 2009
330 ml bottle treated by a friend( thank God ). Pale yellow color with light see-through foam. Pretty sweet taste but as easygoing as it gets. It tastes like it’s warm even if it’s actually cold! Those who have tasted it know what I mean. As for the others do not waste your money on this one. Better taste it from a friend like I did!!!

3.2
Nisse666 (7433) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - NOV 1, 2009
2006-07-12, bottle at the Pier Palace, Uddingston, Scotland. Fresh summer beverage, drank the drafted version at the local indian. Still suits the lovely food (2009-04-16) - at the same resturant.

2.7
angrybeerman (259) - Dublin, IRELAND - OCT 18, 2009
Bottle. Pale golden colour with a small, and not very staying, white head. Had a grassy aroma and flavor. Also slightly sweet with a faintly bitter finish. Not the worst of these macrolagers but still pretty ordinary.

1.9
gunnar (9096) - Sandnes, NORWAY - SEP 20, 2009
Bottle. Pale light golden with a small white head.. Weak hop aroma.Semisweet taste, ends dry, best paired with indian food.

2.5
mithe (1780) - Opava & Brno, CZECH REPUBLIC - AUG 17, 2009
(Bottle 0,33l) Unusual aroma, floral and fruit. Yellow clear color. White minimal head. Medium sweet. Creamy texture.

1.9
floydian1 (1464) - FNQ, Australia, - AUG 8, 2009
660ml bottle at an Indian restaurant in Bristol UK. Clear bright gold in colour with a light floral hop aroma and light sweetcorn malt flavours. Finishes abruptly. Less carbonated than most mainstream lagers with a light to medium body. Refreshing with spicy Indian/Asian food but otherwise instantly forgettable. When faced with the same choice again I’d go for a Tiger lager.

2.5
Fullers74 (72) - DENMARK - JUL 15, 2009
Another boring lager. But actually, it goes well with strong indian food. Tried it a few times without the food, and then its horrible..

2.9
VertBaconStrips (2389) - Blerkablerka, VENEZUELA - JUL 13, 2009
"The world’s most celebrated lager.." - right off the bottle. yes! this is it! finally! Hey, why does ratebeer say that this is ranked in the 6th percentile for pale lagers? How could we all be so wrong?
Well, poured out a typical clear and solid gold brew with a fizzy white cap that dies soon after. Smells smelllike. Actually, on first smell, this stuff is quite good considering this is a pale. Sweet with malts and a tad bit of corn. Don’t let this warm up! (as if I had to tell you that). The taste was easily a 7 when cold but now, well... I’ve left it too long. Grains mostly and some sweetness, faint corn, ok bitterness. Finishes dry. Better than I thought it would be.

3.4
MrRoss (646) - Delta, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 8, 2009
At least it looked good, with a nice, clear gold colour capped with a finger’s worth of foamy white head. Aroma was mostly grassy, but not offensive. Taste was okay, I guess, along with an adequate mouthfeel. Not a beer I’d recommend when better is available.

1.7
thooper41 (556) - BELGIUM - JUL 8, 2009
330mL bottle: apperance is golden brown with white head, aroma is of malt and apples, flavor is very bland pretty much just malt with way too much CO2.


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