Brewed at Brunehaut

Style: Pale Lager
Mulhouse, France


on tap


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RATINGS: 60   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.6/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
Scratch off her panties … and bottoms up!

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Drew (2470) - Kent, Ohio, USA - AUG 19, 2004
A randomly grabbing hand into my refrigerator and here we go with rating #1700! Woo Hooo - Scratch off her panties and bottoms up!!!!! Yes, the young lady on the label is really wearing scratch off undies. Well, I guess that I should be "sans culotte" while rating this.....Light golden toned, no head and very little lace. Grass and sweet malt aroma - not bad. Body is prickly carbonation, sweet malts (adjuncts - probably, but not overwhelming), a little dust of pepper at the end. Not a brainy beauty. (And you’re going to end up with that gold stuff under your fingernails from scratching off the underwear)

Schroppfy (2362) - Łódż, Warsaw, Poland; Michigan, Ohio, USA - JAN 11, 2004
Malty sweet, big frothy head, golden yellow - very very low bitterness. Good, but banal.

mkobes (2142) - paramus, New Jersey, USA - AUG 21, 2005
Bottle at Which Brew in Easton. Pale yellow in color with no head. Very hoppy aroma. A little oxidized. Fruity and malty aroma. Very light. Effervescent. Very light alcohol taste, don’t even notice it. Light tasting. Crisp and refreshing. Very nice.

Slick (1969) - Thief River Falls, Minnesota, USA - FEB 27, 2005
Cloudy golden color that almost reminds me of a wheat beer.Fruity aroma with a sweet side and maybe a bit of hops in there but it would be very mild.The taste is certainly different,Caramel upfront with a bit of a malty side and some hops coming in towards the end again.kind of sweet in the beginning but slowly turns mildly bitter in the end.Not bad,but again nothig great eather.It’s worth a try atleast once just to scratch off the panties.

raymow (1865) - Bensalem, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 16, 2005
Great label...obviously, and the beer is drinkable, but not exceptional. You can see right through the glass (almost as if it’s empty). Tastes more like a typical German brew than a Belgian - word to the wise: don’t try this if you’re looking for a typical Belgian beer.

Murphy (1759) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - APR 26, 2005
What a gimmick. No head. Yellow. Sugar aroma mixed with corn. Bitter corn in the taste, finish is the same. Bland.

jfm (1724) - Holbæk, DENMARK - AUG 4, 2004
Amber color with a small beige head. The taste is sweet with notes of alcohol and light spices. Kind of watery and boring.

jpm30 (1587) - East Central, Georgia, USA - SEP 3, 2006
From a 11.2 oz. bottle with scratch off golden knickers on the front label. Poured a golden orange with a foamy white head that settled into a thin lacing. Aromas of musty bread, soft lemon fruity and a light peppery. Good carbonation and a crisp, light bodied mouthfeel. Not bad, but bland tasting overall, sour bready with a metallic malt twing, peppery spice, a light fruitiness and a dry malty finish. An average euro pale lager, ok., passable, but not something I will buying again soon.

igneous1 (1538) - Davenport, Iowa, USA - NOV 12, 2004
pale yellow with the slightest of haze. no head. mosty buttery toffee nose i’ve ever smelled on a beer. diacetyl out the wazoo? flavor is essentially the same..like sucking on a Brach’s butterscotch candy.

fly (1487) - austin, Tejas, Texas, USA - MAY 12, 2004
Cheap thrills in the back of my car. Cheap thrills how fine they are. Cheap thrills up and down my spine, I need them, I need them ’cuz they feel so fine. Oh yeah, the beer .. well. when it’s based as much on a gimmick (no panties) I figure a song is as worthy. Not terrible, but I’ve seen much prettier girls.

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