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Brewed by Abovian Brewery
Style: Pale Lager
Abovian, Armenia

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RATINGS: 9   MEAN: 2.51/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.63/5   EST. CALORIES: 144   ABV: 4.8%
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14P, green bottle.

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1.8
JDsz5 (46) - - SEP 15, 2017
Aroma 2. Appearance 2. Taste 4. Palate 3. Overall 7. Classic grain aroma for a lager. Not a bad taste and a correct aftertaste. A thirst-quenching beer.

2.5
adamnowek (3188) - Brussels, BELGIUM - AUG 13, 2017
Bottle from a Russian shop in Amsterdam. Clear and bold golden with a bubbly head. Aroma is straw and grass. Taste is fairly sweet and malty.

3.2
sharkydodson (1758) - St. Petersburg, RUSSIA - JUN 20, 2017
the aroma is malty and herbal with shades of grain. hay and candy... the taste is clear and refreshening, malty, with notes of grain and grasses and smooth hoppy bitterness... bitter and dry aftertaste...

3.3
vinivini (2838) - Gomel, BELARUS - JUN 17, 2016
Clear golden, tall frothy head. Average retention. Smells of grains, spicy hop. Even a hint of tropical fruit. Light to medium body. Thin to oily. Dryish taste with tart spicy hops. Grains in the background. A nice surprise this one.

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1.6
ElDesmadre (3630) - Mikołów, POLAND - MAY 30, 2016
Bottle. Surprisingly, this could be actually an Armenian macrolager that would at least be somewhat tasty, since it has a pleasant maltiness and also some actually detectable hops. Alas, it is ruined by notes of glue and some esters.

2.3
alex_leit (5025) - Minsk, BELARUS - NOV 15, 2015
Bottle. Aroma: malt and aromatic hops, slightly herbal. Taste: malty body, light hop bitterness, drinkable.

2.9
Dzhigga (349) - Kirov, RUSSIA - FEB 23, 2015
Bottle. Amber color with small head. Aroma of malt, light notes of floral hops. Taste is light sweet, mild. Very light bitter in finish. OK armenian lager beer.

2.4
YantarCoast (1476) - Moscow, RUSSIA - SEP 14, 2014
UPDATED: JUL 24, 2016 14/9/2014 - 500ml bottle from the local store that stocks various imports. Like with most Armenian beers there are two bottle/label types: one for Armenia and one for the export market. This is the export version: the bottle says (in Russian) "Erebuni Beer, Light Pasteurised". ABV is 4.8%, gravity is 14%. Pours transparent gold with a very small head. Light hoppy and slightly herby aroma and flavour. 3/3/4/3/6 = 1.9 //// Re-rate 24/07/2016 - Re-rate: Still a green bottle but this time the design is fancier. Pours clear gold with a small white head that disappears fast. This time, however, there is some lacing. Aroma is straw, herbal hops, grain. Taste is slighlty sweet, herbal, and malty. Slight bitterness. Not that bad.

2.6
slawek (253) - Kraków, POLAND - JUL 30, 2014
Bottle, present from my friends. I cant understand much about this beer, only number are 14% and 4.8%, so it is different from beer existing in ratebeer database. If you understand Armenian i can send you a picture of bottle, pm me please. Green bottle, head quicly reduced to ring, but left painting on the glass. Aroma: Malts with skunk. Pity it is in green bottle. Taste: I expected sweet beer from parameters, but it isnt. Light sweetness properly balanced with bitter finish. Flavor of malts and herbs. Proper carbonation, no aftertaste. Good, refreshing beer.


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