Brewed by Kronenbourg (Carlsberg)
Style: Pale Lager
Obernai, France


on tap

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RATINGS: 1706   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.28/5   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
Keg & bottle; Pasteurised.
First brewed in 1952.
Ingredients: Water, barley malt, maize, wheat malt, colour:caramel, hop extract
Kronenbourg 1664 is France’s No.1 selling beer and the UK’s second-biggest selling premium lager.
Kronenbourg 1664 is made with a unique blend of hops including aromatic hops from Alsace.

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yarry (528) - Waterdown, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 29, 2006
500ml Can, 5% a/v Pours a nice amber color with a tight white head. Smells of cereal and what smells almost like grass. Taste consists of hoppiness but really not much else. Not a bad beer, but not a great one either.

thewolf (12535) - Kolding, DENMARK - MAR 29, 2006
Fresh, yellow colour with low carbonation. No head to speak of. The taste is slightly bitter with a hoppiness, but not enough to convince.

RCL (2030) - Waltham, Massachusetts, USA - MAR 28, 2006
Pretty much swill. France does alot of things right regarding food and drink. This is not one of them. A crime considering the superb brews made just over the border in Germany and Belgium. This is like bad French Heineken.

JohnBarleycorn (537) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 26, 2006
Typical medium-gold lager with minimal head retention. Not much on the nose aside from a hint of Frosted Flakes breakfast cereal. Same can be said for the flavour - not much going on. Refreshing. Basically a bitter soda water with lots more calories.

DJMonarch (9179) - Northwich, Cheshire, ENGLAND - MAR 10, 2006
UPDATED: JUL 17, 2010 1. On Tap at the Friar Penketh, Warrington (JDW) 04/06/2002 Clear golden coloured with a dry hop finish. 2. On Tap at the View, Frodsham 13/04/2003 Golden coloured sweet on the palate and hoppy. Slightly dry malt finish. 3. Bottle at Media, Nottingham 18/07/2004 Golden coloured with some alcohol present. Slight sour fruit aroma. Crisp full malt finish. 4. Can 18/07/2004 Golden coloured smooth on the palate and hoppy. Slightly dry lasting malt finish. 5. On Tap at the Twitchel Inn, Long Eaton (JDW) 23/09/2005 Clear golden coloured crisp on the palate with malt flavour. Slightly spicy finish. 6. On Tap at the Anderton, Northwich 03/03/2006 Clear golden coloured slightly floral and hoppy aromas. Banana fruit flavour. Crisp slightly dry malt finish. 7. On Tap at the Printworks, Manchester 19/01/2008 Some floral aroma and carbonation. Golden coloured and hoppy with a crisp and slightly dry malt finish. 8. On Tap at Bar Sixty Nine, Chester 05/04/2008 Hoppy aroma. Clear golden coloured hoppy and crisp with a slightly dry lasting malt finish. 9. On Tap at Madisons, Northwich 21/02/2009 Hop aroma. Carbonation. Small white head. Golden coloured and hoppy with a crisp and slightly dry malt finish. 10. 500ml Can at Bocking Street Warehouse, London 03/07/2010 Malt aroma. Clear golden coloured and hoppy with some alcohol present. A hint of dryness in a malt finish.

RAYBOY01 (2011) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAR 6, 2006
Decent looking pour...very typical pale macro-kinda lager. Strong corn adjunct flavor,with some mild pale malt and a medium herbal hop bite. Very reminiscent of American macros that are so much easier to get and every bit as disappointing to drink.

jpm30 (1587) - East Central, Georgia, USA - MAR 4, 2006
Had this on-tap at a local bar that was advertising the fact they had it, like it was something special, served in a standard bar pint glass. Made a decent appearance, poured a clear oranged hued straw golden with a large fizzy head that left some ringed sticking. Had a funky, earthy hop with pale grain aroma, a mingling of the scents, a slight lemony yeastiness. Moderate carbonation and a slick, bland light bodied mouth feel, below average drinkability. An earthy hop taste at first, just a slight hop zing on the tongue, a bland graininess, a buried breadiness and a dry sour lemony finish with a little lingering earthiness in the palate.

SSSteve (4006) - - MAR 2, 2006
pale yellow color and a medium sized, quickly diminishing, fizzy white head. typical malty lager aroma. typical malty lager flavor. a typical malty lager.

Hoss (607) - Florida, USA - FEB 27, 2006
Pretty pittiful for a mainstream lager. I was unimpressed with the greeen bottle and the skunkiness.

theread (58) - Wagga Wagga, AUSTRALIA - FEB 24, 2006
This tasted a lot more bland than I recall from years ago, but this seems the same for me for a lot of beers I try these days. It is a pale golden affair that must be the French equivalent of Foster’s. Just another mass produced beer pushed onto the world by a brewer. I think it is better than VB, but I cannot be sure. Cheers folks

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