Hemmelmann (10) - - MAR 1, 2016
Cerveza buen color dorado, de aromas suave, intensa en boca aunque muy ácida. De final medio. Arve_Christian (5234) - Oslo, NORWAY - DEC 8, 2012
On tap at Cerveceria Budapest, Nuńoa.
Golden unclear, good foam.
Good fruitiness, citrus, apples.
Medium/ light body & complexity.
Ok beer KingGambrinus (117) - Santiago, CHILE - JUL 26, 2009
Hazy, pale yellow with a small but lasting head. Fruity aroma, citric and a bit hoppy. Flavor of malt, grains and citrus. Light to medium body, easy to drink and very refreshing. xvz (4) - stgo, CHILE - JUN 6, 2008 does not count
Pale yellow color, very cloudy, low head and no carbonation, flavourings practically do not feel because yeast does not identify any scent or nose, identified a slight acidity, which is perhaps the beginning of an infection.
I think it should be something special that this beer is bad, because I see that this microbrewery is present in many pubs and restaurant’s in Santiago and its environs. almosi (282) - Viña del Mar, CHILE - DEC 24, 2007
Has a pale yellow color, very dimmed. It does not have foam, this seems water. The aroma is to tropical fruits. The flavor is sweet in the beginning, but it finishes like bitter water. Badly.
davidpl (435) - Santiago, CHILE - AUG 3, 2007
Appearance: pale yellow, semi-turbid. Very little head of white color.
Aroma: citric-hoppy mainly, with fruity-reminiscences of lemons and grapefruits. Pale malty, sweet, slightly rancid.
Flavor: soft sourness, but persistent; pale malty, yeasty and fruitiness of lemon and yellow grapefruits. Lamentably rancid touch, however, is not dominant. Low dry-hoppy.
Palate: medium carbonation. Ligth body, with silky texture.
Unbalanced, low quality, is worse to common commercial Chilean beers. Sully (1380) - Potts Point, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA - JUN 5, 2006
So, here I am revisiting my Chile list as I am going there again next week. To my surprise I note that I am yet to rate quite a few from last time. his place is funny as it is a bit of a walk from the new metro line and it sits in the shadow of both the Andes and the Jumbo hypermarket across the road. It looks non-descript and a bit seedy. As far as ambience goes it does indeed lack a fair bit. I agree with my colleagues Lilith and Panzerfaust that it is one of those home brew type of beers you find in microbreweries around the world. The walk at least meant that the first beer went down well but overall it is not one you would return to quickly (in fact the variety of beer in Jumbo makes the walk at least wothwhile). Lilith (242) - Santiago, CHILE - MAR 21, 2006
UPDATED: MAR 22, 2006 Draft Very light citrousy aroma with some hints of papaya fruit. It has no head and thus, no lacing. It is of a pale and cloudy yellow color with almost no bubbles. It is overall light and smooth. Its initial flavor is sweet and watery but it ends more bitterly. However, it was great after the long walk we made to get to the pub :P.Panzerfaust (877) - Hanga Roa, Easter Island, CHILE - MAR 20, 2006
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UPDATED: MAY 13, 2006 Draft beer: Shows a pale and cloudy yellow color with a minuscule white head that doesn’t last for long. Not much in the aroma, it’s just very citrusy as most chilean micros because of the same type of hops that almost all of them use.
Flavor is soft with a somewhat mild beginning and a very decent bitter finish with hints of lemon.
Smooth mouthfeel with an astringent finish. Refreshing and very drinkable, I could drink many liters of this. It’s just not that great.