Wstavrop (1) - - OCT 8, 2013 does not count
Goes down smooth and tastes GREAT with ZERO skunky aftertaste. Love the Lucky Buddha! Tufty (1) - nottingham, Nottinghamshire, ENGLAND - FEB 3, 2009 does not count
I like it man. How can that guy compare it to Fosters? Tastes like an American pale ale. Fosters tastes of absolutely nothing! burtonbe (6) - Nebraska, USA - FEB 6, 2014 does not count
Beautiful appearance. Good persistent white head. Clean but simple nose. Really tasty! Very clean smooth mouthfeel. Love it!
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A delightful light beer, perfect beer to have with dinner or relax in front of the TV. Lawdog04051 (7) - Colorado, USA - FEB 13, 2015 does not count
Smooth beer no hoppy after taste. Much like a heini but better tasting and smoother. Aroma is not the best but taste is good
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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.
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Drunk at Wagamamas in glass from bottle. Typical lager appearance and taste. Very little foam. Bitter palate
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Lucky Buddha has a medium, white head and a just slightly hazy straw appearance, with little brown flecks floating about and a decent amount of lacing. The aroma (green bottle) was happily not skunked, but one gets sweetness, white bread, and a kiss of the hops. Taste is lightly roasted barley, bread, some paper, sweetness, bread crumb, a touch of pleasant bitterness, and there are other obscure flavors which I can’t pin down (honey?). Mouthfeel is light and watery, and Lucky Buddha Beer finishes crisp, clean, refreshing, dry, and easy drinking. This is a delightful lager. RJT
sinnerone (3) - huntington park, California, USA - JUN 25, 2012 does not count
It’s bottle is very unique. The beer its self is very refreshing has a honey taste not bad comeing from China mighty_meadow (308) - Kilwinning, SCOTLAND - MAR 1, 2013
Pours pale yellow with thin white head. Smells sweet, honey and pear. Tastes much the same with the sweetness complimenting the spicy food I was eating at the time. Perfect carbonation and mouthfeel. Surprisingly good.