Pofessa (2) - Georgia, USA - NOV 12, 2009 does not count
This beer is simply amazing. I had this beer upon the recommendation of my former science teacher. I poured one: nice aroma, pale yellow color. Slightly spicy and heavenly. ronaldtheriot (1978) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - DEC 15, 2012
Mythos has a medium, slightly off-white head, and a clear, golden appearance, with some bubble streams and a very minimal amount of lacing left behind. The aroma is of rich, sweet, and full barley malt and a slight hop zing. Flavor is of sweet, sugary malt, light biscuit, grassy, and mellow hop bitterness. Mouthfeel is light to medium, and Mythos finishes semi-dry, crisp, refreshing, and supremely drinkable. Could this be the best lager available? Possibly. It’s awesome! RJT
mariapan (1) - GREECE - AUG 22, 2006 does not count
Mythos is a light, easy to drink beer. It is characterized by a rich head, bright, blonde color, and a pleasing, refreshing taste. traveller1 (1) - yeovil, Somerset, ENGLAND - JUN 19, 2014 does not count
Be warned. This product is brewed elsewhere. It is part of Carlsburg after all. The original, which I have rated is brewed in Greece and is 5%. Most so called Mythos available elsewhere is only 4.7% and is a bland euro beer. Carlsburg is ripping us off......dont drink it. Go to Greece. Drinking_77 (131) - Basel, SWITZERLAND - JUN 15, 2014
UPDATED: JUN 19, 2014 Review: Can of Mythos pale lager 4.7% ABV
Another surprise, never thought I would be loving a Greek beer, but this is a good smooth and refreshingly tasty beer.
Appearance is good, a nice clear pale yellow beer with a nice head developing but it does dissipate quickly. Good lacing though.
No clear smell was found, maybe slightly sweet and a small hint of cooked corn and grassy hops.
Taste was sweet, no bitterness, was fairly smooth to drink, and a teeny bit strong too. Recommended.
foto (1) - Virginia, USA - JUN 3, 2004 does not count
Great aroma and flavor. Highly recommended. Not available in all states. Export tastes the same as the domestic beer in Greece. I’ve had both.