allinthehead (3) - - OCT 21, 20121michelle (2) - - JUN 25, 2017 does not count
Nothing objectionable here and the best bottle I’ve seen, but it tastes like Budweiser. Expensive, well packaged Budweiser.
Awful beer cool bottle!!!!!!! via Beer Buddy for iPhone PilsnerDoctor32 (245) - madrid, SPAIN - JUN 24, 2017
Botella 0,33l Color- dorada clara, espuma fina pero no es perfecta, contiene burbujas de grandes tamaños, no es alta pero bastante resistente. Aroma- malta, maiz, hay. Sabor- malta, maiz, hay, papel mojado, nada de amargor y encima dulzor no agradable- arteficial...Lo mejor- es la botella. ZxWx (75) - MEXICO - JUN 22, 2017
Appearance: pale, hazy, frothy, white foam,
Taste: lightly bitter, light sweetness, wheat,
Palate: light body, creamy, lively carbonation, josanguapo (1620) - SPAIN - JUN 22, 2017
From Saveur Biere. In Teku glass. At dinner, with leftovers of paella rice with squids from this lunch + chicken steaks. Sweet, corny, watery and bland. Some grass, lemon and even diacetyl. The bottle is the only thing special here, and even that is crappy miniash891989 (46) - - JUN 17, 2017
Drunk at Wagamamas in glass from bottle. Typical lager appearance and taste. Very little foam. Bitter palate
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MarcoBasile (280) - DENMARK - JUN 7, 2017
Malty nose. Some grassy, farty notes.
Taste is malty, slightly bitter and grainy with some skunky flavors.
Damn you green bottle. Chudwick (3181) - Taylor Mill, Kentucky, USA - JUN 4, 2017
Bottle - international lager. Intoxicants Buddhism words. Eye roll. Identity statements etc. surething_ii (288) - Šenkvice, SLOVAK REPUBLIC - MAY 28, 2017
Asian classic. Probably corn syrup in it? Well it’s not even bitter, aftertaste is not worth mentioning.
China, check. fintansbrewbook (5) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAY 21, 2017 does not count
Every beer is easily distinguishable by its unique label. There are relatively few breweries however, which go to the trouble of making the bottle the distinguishing feature.
Lucky Buddha, which is brewed in China at the Thousand Island Lake, is a very mild lager with a singular crisp and refreshing taste. It doesn’t hold its head, but it certainly keeps its flavour, right from the first sip to the last. The colour is a very pale hue of gold and looking closely at the the ornate glass it was served in above, it could easily have been mistaken for whisky. Rest assured however, the taste is unmistakably that of a lager. I had Lucky Buddha on its own, but I suspect it’d be a great beer to compliment a range of foods, particularly spicy dishes.
www.fintansbrewbook.com Cunningham (7860) - Halden, NORWAY - MAY 15, 2017
Yeah yeah I have to admit that it is a cool bottle. My girlfriend said: oooh look that one was cool. Me: ehhhh hmm. New brewery and a tick. So I am glad she bought one. The first and last time that stuff will enter my body. She ended most of the liquid inside bottle. Both happy. My goodness it was close to water. Some grainy notes. I had it very cold. Would not dear to try it a bit tempered.
[Bottle from Varnaveien in Moss, Norway]