mauroruellas (888) - GETULINA, BRAZIL - OCT 2, 2015
Boa Bock nacional,líquido avermelhado,creme médio,aroma maltado,meio amadeirado,no sabor malte,caramelo,amargor do lúpulo no final,álcool perceptível,mas que não prejudica o conjunto,boa drinkability. marcelealeal (1) - - JUN 6, 2013 does not count
Cerveja boa comparando com as nacionais. Gostei muito por nao ser muito adocicada e ter boa drinkbility. Recomendo. TarcisioVasco (131) - Ribeirão Preto (SP)., BRAZIL - JUN 5, 2013
A Kaiser Bock 2013 é uma cerveja bastante agradável, bem maltada, baixo amargor, notas de caramelo, porém sem ser excessivamente adocicada, uma das boas cervejas comerciais brasileiras, espetacular custo benefício, recomendo ! Jooseph (1) - - AUG 18, 2012 does not count
No Brasil é a melhor cerveja produzida pela Kaiser, pena que só é fabricada no inverno. Sevenlee (1846) - Central Coast, NSW, AUSTRALIA - AUG 13, 2012
Pours a clear red colour with a light brown head. Aroma is very sweet malt with caramel. Taste is also very sweet with lots of molasses type sugar, burnt notes and caramel leading to a sweet finish. Way too sweet for me; not impressed.
fmccormi (21) - Syracuse, New York, USA - SEP 10, 2011
Straight pour from 350ml can to small glass
Appearance (4/5): Nice reddish body, almost clear, with a soft, one finger head fading to a thin disc of fine, creamy, khaki-colored bubbles.
Smell (4/10): That’s odd . . . seems like there’s hardly any smell to be had, somehow. Even after a couple of tastes the nose isn’t opening up too much, but what’s there is a (faint) aroma of fresh bread and caramel.
Taste (5/10): The first thing that comes out, interestingly, is just a very light hop bitterness. The malts clearly follow the nose, a bit of bread with a diluted caramel note, but turn over on the palate with a medicinal sort of astringency. Almost a roasty component, too. Just a hint of alcohol. Moves further toward caramel as it warms.
Mouthfeel (4/5): Thin, almost watery. Carbonation is decent though, with an interesting mix of biting bubbles and that creamy head all over the tongue, cheeks and roof of the mouth.
Overall (10/20): To be fair, I’m not much into bocks but I feel I know a good one when I taste it. This is not a very good one. Brazilian brewers historically have sought to replicate German styles, with almost no interest whatsoever in English or Belgian (and certainly not American) styles—but, in ways that are drinkable in warmer climes. While this isn’t an oceanside beer, it’s definitely not a cooler-weather beer, as bocks tend to be, which for me is what the best ones reflect: a bit warmer, a bit more inviting, a bit heartier. This is not one of those beers.
UPDATE: totally unrelated to everything else written here, a day later the un-rinsed can smells unmistakably like graham crackers. Like, uncannily so. Just thought it worth mentioning. Doriandm (11) - - FEB 2, 2011
Reddish copper body with beige fluffy quick fading foam. Malt aroma comes naturally out of the glass, sob hop herbiness maybe. Hoppiness bitter stronger than malty one. I’d like it more if it had less water. The aftertaste is bitter and very alcoholic. Indeed surprising one. LucasG (19) - Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL - JAN 25, 2010
Kaiser Bock is the only Kaiser´s beer that are really good. This a real bock, with a beautiful red color and a strong taste. scanovajr (754) - Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL - DEC 28, 2009
Bottled. A copper beer with a beige head. Aroma is roasted and caramel. Taste is also very roasted and caramel. Some sweetness and dry end. Well balanced and refreshing. Good beer ghawener (1614) - Santa Tecla, EL SALVADOR - AUG 24, 2008
Drank with rsamayoa. Can: could not finish it, tood sweet, funny things all over.