yespr (45412) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - NOV 17, 2011
50 cl can. Pours pale yellow with a small white head. Aroma is cornish and malty. Cornish, bitter and flat malty. Bitter and dry finish. estpiwo (1319) - ESTONIA - JUL 30, 2011
0,5L bottle, only for new label for my collection. Common non-alcohol beer: uninteresting, watery etc. ogivlado (7810) - Zagreb, CROATIA - FEB 25, 2011
Canned 500ml. -Yellow/pale golden coloured, medium sized white head that went away very slowly, pronounced cardboard nose. Corn and cardboard with notes of some cheap brewmash. Not so good n/a. heavy (2817) - Split, CROATIA - JAN 19, 2011
0.5 l can courtesy of Marko, thanks for giving it away! Poured pale yellow body with medium sized head. Malty cornflakes aroma, a bit metallic, also in flavor. Honey and cornflakes malt, without unpleasant stale notes. Quite full in body with long cheesy sweetish finish. Good enough for a NA but far from enjoyable. Not offensive and I could drink it whole which is a big plus I guess, but that metallicity ruins it all! omhper (25095) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - NOV 17, 2010
Bottled, from Belgrade. Almost clear golden, rich firm head. Raisiny wort aroma. Sweet with saccharine and black currant, light bodied. Some slight bready malt, low bitterness. Tolerable, but just...
Marko (5682) - Split / Zagreb, CROATIA - OCT 27, 2010
Very dull pale golden body, big thick white head but crappy. Honeyish typical worty nose with a soggy cornflakes edge and some potato. Honeyish taste, worty, quite metallic. Relatively full but hardly the best n/a around (though, admittedly, there’s pretty much no competition in Serbia). StarBev, you should’ve copied your Croatian brewery in some other way, like with a strong dark lager or a wheat lager loaded with coriander even. luttonm (6270) - Seattle, Washington, USA - JUL 27, 2010
like ’as’ I was happy to see this new beer advertised until i realized it was NA. But overall not too terrible, sour-sweet malty and oddly fruity. maple and corn. not worst non-alc i’ve had, actually decent, but is that really saying much? as (180) - Belgrade / Hamburg, - JUL 13, 2010
Great...instead of finally introducing something that isn’t a pale lager of some sorts to the Serbian beer market, the biggest macro - brewer comes out with a non - alcoholic beer. Usual low alcohol features are present - foul vegetable and grain aromas, sweetish butterscotch overall taste, watery palate, and a nasty aftertaste, of course. But the worst thing is that it’s actually not that unpleasant as most NA beers are...