rhabib (1) - - FEB 16, 2013 does not count
Great Beer all - around! I tried this the other day and loved the soothing taste. Would recommend to buy a couple of cases and have some friends or family try this! Also, quite inexpensive when you compare other beer prices without sacrificing the quality. absolutbrian (3) - - FEB 18, 2013 does not count
I like it. It’s a different beer from the other two premium beers. And it’s a can. It’s goes down very well and it’s the type of beer you can have in masses. It’s also cheaper and more affordable. It’s better than the comparables. BeermanSEA (3) - - FEB 19, 2013 does not count
Kingdom Gold is the PBR of SEA without all the lower east side hipsters associated with it; solid taste, not too expensive, and comes in a can. All around a solid beer. danielyabu (1698) - União da Vitória, BRAZIL - JUN 7, 2015
large white frothy head. good lacing. mostly diminishing. dark yellow clear thin body. aroma: light hoppy, honey. if: moderate sweet (honey). ff: moderate sweet light bitter; average duration. palate: watery texture, lively carbonation, metallic finish, light medium body. balanced. above Brazilian commercial average. tasty honeyish sweetness. 5s WheatKing (1338) - Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA - MAY 1, 2012
OK Kingdom makes the dark lager, pilsner, and pale lager so I must be in the right place... of their brews this is my least favourite of the three but still it’s better than what you’ll find in the corner store cans.
jgb9348 (6438) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - JAN 6, 2013
Pale gold coloured body with a one centimetre tall white head. Aroma of pale malt, rice, metal and hints of cereal. Light-bodied; Sharp lemon and herbal notes at first with a slightly metallic and bitter malt flavour, but soon followed by a rather fresh tasting grassiness. Aftertaste shows all malt with some slight pungent notes ranging from alcohol to cleanser. Overall, showing more flavour than most beers in Cambodia, but that isn’t necessarily a good thing - still not a drain pour, but not a great beer of course. Worth trying if you go over to Cambodia, since it’s a smaller production place than a lot of Cambodian beers. I sampled this 33 cL can purchased from Angkor Market in Siem Reap, Cambodia on 06-April-2012 for 3,000Rial or US$0.75 (expensive there, actually) sampled at home in Washington purely on the other side of the world on 06-January-2013 - with the can exactly as pictured on the profile, with one side in English and the other in Khmer. Tim Webb (469) - Bristol, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - FEB 18, 2012
330 ml tins in Cambodia. Not an auspicious move quality-wise for Kingdom, who have no canning line so "oversee" brewing at new arrivals, Khmer, of their tinned lager, which is noticeably less good - as in being remarkably uninspired, less hoppy and more workaday international stuff. bu11zeye (13140) - Frisco (Dallas), Texas, USA - APR 20, 2012
(330ml can) Pours a clear yellow body with a medium fizzy white head. Aroma of butter, corn, and light skunk. Flavor of grass and grain with a somewhat dry, moderately bitter finish. Mariusz (12091) - Baden-Baden, GERMANY - AUG 31, 2013
Pale yellow color. No head. Not much of aroma. Not much of flavor too. Very typical "lets make yellow water" type of brew. skoisirius (1909) - Earth, Washington, USA - FEB 6, 2014
Can at the Taphouse in Phnom Penh. Meh. I can’t stand golden’s already so a SE Asian version of it was even more bland. Can skip it, or drink it when it’s 35+ out here in Cambodia.