Embrouille (2852) - SWITZERLAND - SEP 24, 2012
Canned 50cl. Purchased in Aldi Switzerland. Completely against the grain on this one. Lovely (Saaz) hop profile throughout. Biscuity pale malts. Medium bodied. Surprinsingly strong bitterness. Pineapple sneaking in. Average carbonation. Some lacework. Dry hoppy finish which makes you eager to take another sip. Reminiscent of a flawless bohemian pilsener. Delicious! A nice surprise. Not retired. McTapps (6889) - Reutlingen, GERMANY - APR 21, 2013
Can. Medium golden colour with low steady head and medium body. Nose of malt. Taste of medium bitter hops, citrus fruits peel, grass, low malt and ripe grains. Very easy to drink, excellent for summer time when you are very thirsty, but otherwise it might be little bit too thin and too bitter and too unquaffable. minutemat (5471) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JAN 15, 2017
330ml bottle from trade with Seblinz. Pours clear gold, good white head. Aroma of pale malts, grains. Taste is better than expected, on the sweet side with a light hop bitterness. Sebilinz (2337) - Linz, AUSTRIA - OCT 25, 2013
Bottle, got this yesterday in the kindergarden of my daughter and was surprised that I liked it nice refreshing pale Lager Koelschtrinker (20388) - Köln (Cologne), GERMANY - DEC 18, 2011
Wässrig herber Antrunk mit im Mittelteil steigender Würzigkeit. Diese ist im Mittelteil angenehm wenn auch recht mild. Hellmalzig, erfrischend – trinkbar. 8/6/8/8/8/7
eduardovl (1449) - SWITZERLAND - DEC 2, 2014
UPDATED: DEC 16, 2014 500ml can poured in a chalice.
A: It poures the traditional golden clear yellow color with a huge bubbled fluffy head. Small retention and few lacings left.
S: Herbal and corn aroma. Malts. Metallic. Mild and flowery hops.
T: Very grainy. Sweet malts and a bit annoying taste of corn. Metallic with a mild hoppy bitter end.
M: Light body. High carbonation. Metallic aftertaste.
O: Drinkable but not impressive anyway.
[ BA Review @ 11/18/2011 ] Drinking_77 (118) - Basel, SWITZERLAND - FEB 8, 2017
Review: 0.51 cl Can of Kühles Blondes: ABV: 5%
Bought cheap in Aldi. Comes in a striking yellow can, which has some interesting lettering, looks like it could be a fruit drink.
The appearance is one of a very clear, golden yellow colour, bubbling away with some pretty good carbonation. Produced a nice big frothy head, which did die a bit but overall maintains throughout. Had some very light lacing. Altogether, not a bad looking beer.
The aroma is of a nice light beery smell, getting the yeast. Also getting a faint smell of citrus and malts.
For the taste I got very nice mouthfuls, of light grains and sweet malts.
Smooth and clean to drink and pleasant enough. Very smooth in fact, I found it very nice and easy to quaff.
But I didn’t find any discernible or interesting tastes though, and couldn’t find the alcohol.
Clean malts for sure, but no hops noticeable in the taste
Nice for a session, as they go down well, but very light, low bitterness, and no real bite to it. dr.dod (494) - Szeged, HUNGARY - NOV 10, 2010
0.5L can from Aldi (Hofer). An averege commercial beer. Foam disappears in a minute, but taste is good without radicals. Averege CO2, medium sweet, a little hop, clear malt and nothing more. Lore (2733) - Budapest, HUNGARY - JAN 2, 2013
golden colour, weak head; yeasty aroma, fizzy, sweet taste with notable (a bit artificial) bitter aftertaste; will not be my favourite Kita (2146) - Koper, SLOVENIA - JUN 10, 2013
Canned, 0.50l. Clear pale golden color with small frothy white head and miminal lacing. Aroma of herbal hops, malt, corn and notes of paper. Taste starts with fresh grainy malt, not too sweet, then followed by light citric acidity and finished with modrate bitterness. Thin to medium body, slick texture and average carbonation in palate. Just "kuhl" blonde...