mile (4067) - Helsinki, FINLAND - SEP 9, 2017 jinroh (2459) - - APR 17, 2014
2.7 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 5/10 PALATE 2/5 OVERALL 10/20
350 ml can from Natural Lawson. This convenience store seems to be stocking up with local beers recently, they had quite a good selection of canned versions of regular suspects. This on pours hazy copper with a rich foamy head that stays and leaves a nice lacing. Aroma is quite faint - but it does have some hops, and malt backbone. Kind of what I would expect from a biter actually. Taste is a bit fruity first going over to slight bitterness and… ending up in terrible soapiness, just as if I had taken a bite of a soap. Body is not bad and overall it could be even a nice session beer but this soapiness really ruins it for me. Too bad.
Can. Golden, hazy, average and mostly diminishing head. Moderate, malty and sweetish aroma, caramel and light tropical fruitiness, light - some grapefruit - light citrus hoppyness. Body is medium, malty and sweetish flavor, caramel and light tropical fruitiness, light - some grapefruit hoppyness. Finish is average, malty and sweetish, some caramel, light tropical fruitiness, light - some grapefruit - light citrus hoppyness. Way too sweet - way too much caramel. Iznogud (4692) - CROATIA - AUG 15, 2016
Canned, 350 ml from supermarket. Pours cloudy yellow with small white head. Moderate hoppiness, citrus, malty, caramel, sweetish with bitter finish. Light to medium bodied. Decent. maekchu (4104) - Hirakata, JAPAN - JUN 21, 2016
Can from Shijonawate AEON Mall liquor shop. Light crude caramel nose, hoeny, and yeast. Hazy dark orange/amber, filmy head, clumpy lace. Thin malty initial, caramel, butter, mild hopping, anf flavors fades quickly in finish. Thin-medium body. Seems like extract stuff. melush (4961) - SPAIN - MAY 18, 2016
Can 35cl / Lata 35cl.
@ Albis Toyama, Toyama, Japon.
A: Hazy golden / Dorado turbio.
T/S: Malt, sweet, slightly citrusy / Malta, dulce, ligeramente citrico. aronvarga (452) - Budapest, HUNGARY - MAR 30, 2016
Neutral aroma, pale yellow colour, no head, light body, soft carbonation, creamy slight sweet taste, moderate but harsh bitter palate.
yenbeer (188) - Tokyo, JAPAN - AUG 25, 2015
Tastes nice and is quite drinkable. However, the flavor should be so much fuller, and accompanied by a stronger palate which is sorely missing. olio (10673) - Tampere, FINLAND - AUG 3, 2015
35 cl can @ Timo A.lusikka (7833) - Tampere, FINLAND - AUG 3, 2015
Pours clear golden color with a small head. Pale malts on the nose, mild orange, some apricot. Flavor is sweet with orange, hay and some faint gooseberries. Fruity and moderately bitter, okay.
350 ml can. Thanks Timo A. Pours a slightly hazy golden colour with a small head. Aroma of biscuit, mild graininess and sweetness. Flavour of nice citrusy fruitiness, rather mild bitterness, biscuit and mild caramel sweetness. Light bodied and low carbonation. Good drinkability. Mild and easy. KansaiBeerLvrs (5501) - Kyoto, JAPAN - MAR 5, 2014
Continuing my quest to try as many breweries as possibly tonight I am drinking a can of Kanazawa Hyakumangoku Pale Ale, 5%. This can is about 2-3 weeks old. It pours a clear deep yellow gold verging on copper. A decent head of fizzy foam morphs into a nice filmy head with solid light lacing. The aroma is quite malty with a soft spicy quality to it that evokes almost a flan or caramel pudding. A very soft nose, it is a subtle caramel spicy note but pleasing. Decent med-full body with a smooth palate the taste is that same soft caramel, kind of like those caramel squares I used to get for Halloween but much more subdued, some honey, which is followed by a sharp zesty carbonated finish with a mix of lightly hoppy & malty flavors. A tasty malt forward beer, I feel it is halfway between an English Pale Ale & an American: maltier but less hoppy than most APA’s I am used to. Good enough but as you drink it & it warms up the sweetness gets a little cloying. That caramel does a have but of a buttery quality to it so I can see what KyotoLefty was getting at, in my case I felt it detract from the beer so much. Most non-beer geeks wouldn’t notice it I think,