peral2 (579) - SWEDEN - JAN 1, 2013
Bottle from SB. Just another lager. Impossible To separate from the rest of mainstream Pale lagers! Nothing wrong but nothing special.
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Can in Hua Hin. Clear yellow body with a large white head. Aroma is malt, grain. Flavor follows the nose. Pyrmir (6199) - Uppsala, SWEDEN - NOV 16, 2012
330 ml bottle. Aroma almost nonexistant, reminding of a standard world pale lager. Taste: syrup addives (corn syrup?) and pale malt. Too sweet to be a good lawn mower. Actually tastes better than I expected thou. HermanW (1069) - Coevorden, NETHERLANDS - NOV 15, 2012
0,3 liter blikje @Thailand. Gekocht op de toeristische bloemenmarkt in bootjes in Thailand voor 80 Bath (ongeveer 2 euro) beetje duur maar ook hier hebben de verkoopsters in de gaten hoe dat aangepakt moet worden.
Niet al te best bier maar de omgeving maakt veel goed. jackl (8301) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - NOV 11, 2012
Bottle @ Base Camp, Bangkok. Medium gold with a small white head. The nose is general adjuncts, some sweet grain and honey. The taste is more light sweet grain and honey, some golden apple (if I’m being charitable) and chewy cardboard. Fizzy seltzer water body. Light and very easy to drink in this oppressive heat. Overall, a bit cheaper tasting than Singha...so not too great.
TraderCoop (10) - - OCT 24, 2012
I am a hophead. That being said try finding hoppy beer in Thailand. So we have to settle for pissy lagers. Leo is one of the best of the pissy lager class in Thailand. In my opinion, Leo, Tiger and Chang are about the only lagers that are drinkable in Thailand. The nice thing about it is ice cold they go down great and they dont bloat or fill you up. They are crisp and clean and go down smooth and easy. You can drink them all night long. They dont stink like Singha or Heineken(thai version). FatPhil (16953) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - OCT 12, 2012
330ml bottle (Systembolaged, Stockholm)Cantabrian (1158) - Christchurch NZ, now Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - OCT 10, 2012
More breakfast with Marduk, pre-SBWF, again, cracked open on our way to the old town - yay! Smells like a pale lager. Tastes like a bad pale lager, a bit corny, a bit husky. Poor quality, and just short of being actually nasty.
One thing is to drink it gelid in the filthy heat of Thailand. But try in the comfort of your aircon-cooled room. Smells better than Singha, looks just as bad, tastes just as bad. Watery and nearly pissy. Marduk (8219) - Reval, ESTONIA - OCT 7, 2012
330ml bottle. Pale yellow color. Malty, watery aroma. Watery pissy lager. Never again. ALLOVATE (3056) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - SEP 26, 2012
Our tour guides beer of choice and quite a popular one amongst the locals on the islands in the Strait of Malacca on the east coast of Phuket. Couldn’t help but drink it with them. The one I took the pen out to though was chilled well in the fridge and imbibed overlooking holiday madness in the pool of our hotel. Pretty empty pour as the head goes up and quickly falls down. Chill hazed, yellow gold with minimal carbonation. Eggy, vegetal burp initially but this fades and there is really nothing left of the aroma. Sweet, sour, oddly vinous and just a little herbal on the palate. Chaff and cereal fill it out as it goes, lingering amongst a shallow dusty hop note. Very crisp, light bodied. Another inoffensive Thai number. (64cL, filled on 21/08/12, Big 1 Super Market, Bangla Road, Phuket, Thailand)