Brewed by Mahrs Bräu
Style: Low Alcohol
Bamberg, Germany


on tap


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RATINGS: 102   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.75/5   EST. CALORIES: 84   ABV: 2.8%
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DSG (15403) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - AUG 9, 2008
(6/31/08) Bottle at the brewpub in Bamberg. Pale yellow with a collapsing white head. Aroma of grainy malt. A quite grainy flavor with some light bitter hoppiness in the finish. Light-bodied.

Cletus (6368) - Connecticut, USA - JUL 30, 2008
Pours yellow with a nice white head. Smells of sweet malt, apples, honey, touches of pepper. Tastes crisp and dry with some decent fruity hints.

porterhouse (1580) - Boothbay, Maine, USA - JUL 11, 2008
(500 ml bottle from Tully’s) Pours pale yellow with a slight haze. Two fingers of Marshmallow-Fluff-like white head. Aroma of fairly pungent honey, light bread and light pine. Mouthfeel is pretty smooth, although thin. Dryish esp. towards finish. Some broken rings of lacing. Flavor is fairly sweet and malty, mostly honeyish. Very light bready taste. A bit of pine towards finish which closes it out. Actually could feel a bit of the alcohol in this one, as I’d think the 2.8% is higher than most LA’s. Overall decent but a bit watery and timid.

grikmok (132) - Columbia, Missouri, USA - JUL 10, 2008
Poured into a pilsner flute with a bubbly head. The aromas of sweet honey and yeast. The initial taste was sweet followed by a malty taste towards the end of the pull. Quite memorable.

pivnizub (10905) - Bochum, GERMANY - MAY 22, 2008
Bottle: Clear, small foamy layer, pale golden; light grainy-malty and a bit papery nose; moderate bitter-sweet flavour, light bodied, not watery; dryish bitter pale-malty finish with a hoppy "tail". Really not the worst "Low Alcohol".....

Maria (10211) - Thisted, DENMARK - MAY 8, 2008
Mahrs in Bamberg, bottle. Golden with a nice head. The aroma is pretty weak with light notes of malt and hops. The flavour is refreshing with light notes of malt, caramel and hops, that gives a refreshing bitterness - all in all very uncomplicated and quenching.

MaltDawg (1344) - Richmond, Virginia, USA - APR 29, 2008
Poured a cloudy very light straw with a large rocky head that did not persist. Grainy aroma with a bit of nobel hops and no skunkiness. Grainy malt flavor with some grassey/spicey hop notes. Finish is light and dry. First bottle had alot of floaties. Second bottle was better. Not a beer that travels well or should sit on the shelf long. I suspect this beer could be quite tasty fresh.

MoritzF (10199) - Ottobrunn, GERMANY - MAR 2, 2008
(bottle) Clear, pale golden colour with a mid-sized frothy white head. Fresh aroma of slightly herbal and slightly lemony hops with a soft malty sweetness. Moderately bitter flavour, light bodied with a crispy mf. Soft malty base with an aromatic and fresh hops character; dry and bitter, herbal and slightly grassy hoppy finish. Recommendable light beer (01.03.08).

xnoxhatex (1305) - Grand Rapids/Chicago, Michigan, USA - JAN 31, 2008
500ml bottle from West Lakeview Liquor, Chicago, IL. Clear straw color with medium white head. Aroma is reminiscent of a homebrew day with the water pulling out those hot cereal aromas. Dry grainy malt flavor with subtle grassy hops. Medium body with good carbonation. I didn’t like this beer at first until I sat and tried to understand it a little bit more.

Angeloregon (2055) - Portland, Oregon, USA - DEC 17, 2007
From a 500ml bottle purchased at Edelweiss--Poured a clear pale whitish yellow straw hue with a big white head. Nose of cheap cereal grains. Flavor abundantly sweet and over malted. Grassy and skunky. Pretty terrible. Most of this went down my drain.

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