Cantabrian (1161) - Christchurch NZ, now Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JUL 27, 2013
Glass bottle, with a German label. Strange, as it was crownned with a Kaiser Geislingen cap. It would scream of counterfeit, had it not been for the horrible beer that was inside. Aroma of chronic gastric reflux and champignon mushrooms (from a jar) far arter expiry date. The appearance and taste are very much similar to cheap New Zealand draughts, dark copper and cloying sweet. Bizarre numbing sensation. The marketing/presentation - for the German public??? - are indeed puzzling. Boystout (1000) - Chisinau, MOLDOVA - AUG 8, 2003
Light golden color. Ironish and grainy notes in the whole malty taste. Finish is dry but not hoppy. edpeg (906) - Berlin, GERMANY - OCT 5, 2012
Dark yellow body slightly cloudy, weak head. Aroma sweet malts, rice, dough. Palate is crispy and flat. Carbonation is weak. Taste is mild malty with light hoppy flavor. Finish is mild watery with dry and papery taste. Some grassy hops notes in there. Overall pretty dull, but still mild and somewhat drinkable. auderale (605) - Minot, North Dakota, USA - FEB 6, 2008
Bottle: Hazy golden colored pour with not much head. Hoppy, fruity aroma. Sweet malty finish. naivepegasus (388) - USA - JAN 31, 2008
Pours yellow with a very small amount of soapy head. Almost a sticky-sweet aroma to it. The taste is very sweet, a hint of orange in the aftertaste. Not sure what to make of this, its not a bad tasting beer, but the sweetness just seems a bit odd.