dpeche (1) - USA - OCT 1, 2010 does not count
Probably a little biased since I’ve just drunk a bottle but this has gotta be one of the best beers I’ve tried. Compares along side Fiji Gold.
Need to locate more ... SCharles (3) - ENGLAND - FEB 27, 2007 does not count
Enjoyed this Nepalese beer last week, went down really well with my Jalfrezi. About time the Neplese produced a world beater...... devreemde (1) - dordrecht, BELGIUM - AUG 18, 2008 does not count
Although the only Nepalese roots from this beer isthe owner of the brand it certainly is a gain for the British beer market.
Leighton (22812) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 2, 2013
Bottle at Yak Yeti Yak, Bath. Pours clear gold with a fine, foamy white head. Moderate cereal aroma, hints of dough and dry hay. Light sweet flavor, mellow cabbage, cereal, low hay bitterness. Light bodied with fine to average carbonation. Light sweet finish, some crunchy cereal, mild floral notes, straw. Lighly toasted pale malts. Nice pale lager. RichardGretton (4862) - Leicestershire, ENGLAND - MAY 11, 2012
Bottle. Golden beer with a strongish white head. The aroma is malty and plainly hopped, and the flavour is gently bitter with a malty dry finish. Overall a basic lager like beer.
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johndoughty (5600) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - JUN 17, 2004
What a con! Imagine my excitement at finding a lager from Nepal only to realise that it was brewed in Manchester.For this alone Lees need taking to task.They follow up by producing a poor lager lacking in any kind of originality apart from the false Nepal label. having said that its reasonably refreshing with a big head that diminishes quickly. But I will always check the label closely for anything else i try from J.W. Lees.