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Brewed by Hahn Brewing Company (Lion Co.)
Style: Pale Lager
Camperdown NSW, Australia

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RATINGS: 20   MEAN: 1.42/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 1.65/5   EST. CALORIES: 105   ABV: 3.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Hahn Super Dry is a premium low carb, mid strength lager, brewed using the finest ingredients with no artificial additives or preservatives. An enhanced brewing process breaks down more of the natural sugars to deliver a genuine super dry taste, with only a third of the carbs of a regular beer.

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ALLOVATE (3074) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - OCT 23, 2017
Complimentary drink upon arrival at the '4.5 Star' Pagoda Hotel, Perth. Probably where they lost that half a star I reckon.
Into a Hahn flute. Palest, yellow gold and thinly looking. Highly charged holding up a fluffy white froth for the length. Playdough™, yeast trub paste, metal shards and stale hops (Tetra?) make up the aroma. Flat and drabby on the palate. Watery and so thin it is near tasteless. High gravity brewed and watered down is my guess. Cardboard is about all I can perceive. Metallic aftertaste. Quite soapy and then it finishes gassy and heavy in the stomach - how is that possible!!? Just another disgrace parading as beer! (37,5cL can, BB 24/04/18)

2.1
danlo (3291) - Darlington, Durham, ENGLAND - APR 17, 2017
Tap at ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Parramatta vs West Tigers. Pale amber colour, white foam head and grainy malty aroma. Taste is malty, cardboard, light grassy bitter. Light bodied, high carbonation, dry bitter finish. Bland lager. The Tigers lost by 4 points.

1.6
danjs5 (334) - AUSTRALIA - DEC 15, 2016
UPDATED: JAN 2, 2017 Crisp fizzy mid strength beer requires serving icy cold to be enjoyable. Thin. Low carbs. This was a summer staple in the past.

1.5
sm89walt (2082) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - SEP 10, 2016
Keg. Clear, effervescent pale yellow with a small and mostly fading, fizzy white head atop on the pour. Pretty insipid truth be told but not entirely unpleasant and, given it was a game day (Sydney Swans) thirst-slaker at the ANZ it did as I expected. Light-bodied, medium to full carbonation with a short, low intensity grainy, pithy lemon bitterness.

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Gonzin (187) - ARGENTINA - APR 18, 2016
Probada en botella en Port Douglas, Australia. Una porqueria, de las peores cervezas que probé un mi vida. Escapar!! ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

1.1
KeefOz (1924) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - MAR 24, 2016
BB 22/08/16. Poured a crystal clear amber colour with a one- to two-finger bright white foamy head that retained very well and laced OK. Carbonation high with medium to coarse bubbles causing a fizzy mouthfeel. Aroma of malt; no obvious hops. Taste of malt, no bitterness and quite metallic. Light, very thin and watery. Crisp, smooth and clean if cold but with a metallic and acrid tartness on the finish. Terrible.

1.6
TedE (1498) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - MAR 11, 2016
330ml bottle into pint glass. Amber beer with thin lasting head. Smells of cornflakes. Active carbonation. Tastes like fizzy mineral water. Hints of bubblegum, corn and tin in the finish. Dullsville, man!

1.6
cagou007 (1222) - FRANCE - APR 17, 2015
Pours pale yellow with thin white head. Smells nothing. Watery, some malty aromas. Dry short finish. Uninteresting beer.

1.9
Morboso (146) - AUSTRALIA - FEB 18, 2015
Beer flavoured (debateable) mineral water, you would wanna be pretty thirsty.

1.6
fletchfighters (1590) - AUSTRALIA - MAY 13, 2014
Fizzy light looking corn husk. Smells like corn husk and highly carbonated. Thin and watery. Very bland but workable when up in the Kimberley where mid strength rules due to climate. Terrible beer though


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