danid (3) - ISRAEL - SEP 30, 2004 does not count
very nice light flavored lager.At its best after an hour in the freezer on a hot afternoon. The light flavor works really well with hot spicy Indian food or as a nice quiet drink when just relaxing Frank (4220) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - AUG 29, 2014
I was pally disappointed to find this was a decent beer and not some sort of radler. Something has gone wrong with me and I’m not sure what. This brew is golden orange and clear. It’s head is small and of fine bubbles. I’d call this a Pilsner, probably, with lots of floral hops in the nose--though it is a bit mild for the style in terms of bitterness. This is just barely off dry which helps highlight that soft flowery character with a solid fresh cracked malt character as well. Texture is light yet full in the mouth. This finishes crisp with just a touch of lingering bitterness. This is a top notch beer and I’m embarrassed to have wanted it to be anything else. Gorosaurus (15) - Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 5, 2009
Oranjeboom is a wonderful, economically sound brew from the Netherlands. While the name might imply more of an impact, the orange flavor is only an afterthought at best.
As a lager, it is fairly accessible, but hoppy enough for educated drinkers to find interesting.
The most pleasing aspect of this brew is its aroma, which is bold and does carry most of the orange overtones. The brew itself is fairly thin and slightly underwhelming in comparison to its fellow country brews. But by itself, this brew shines.
Goes great with seafood, or most anything steamed. Valfar (78) - San Miguel, EL SALVADOR - OCT 24, 2013
I use to highlight the good stuff from things, specially from most beers I’ve tasted. This is a good beer in my opinion. I like its aroma, very floral-herb. It has also a good amber color, very carbonated and a good taste. Low bitterness, very malty. garrison (812) - Cin. city, Ohio, USA - AUG 2, 2003
A pleasant, somewhat light-bodied Dutch lager
without any frills. Yes, I know that's not much to say, but Oranjeboom is quite drinkable and beats the hell out of Bud!
Oranjeboom99 (1) - Wales, - AUG 29, 2001 does not count
Very nice indeed. Well done Holland for brewing such an excellent lager. Have a pint on me ronaldtheriot (1963) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - JUN 2, 2013
Oranjeboom Premium Beer has a medium, off-white head, a clear, deep golden appearance, with numerous miniscule white particles floating about, and a some pretty decent lacing left behind. The aroma is of grassy hops and pungent, sweet barley, and the flavor is just like that, with some white bread and a fairly robust hop bitterness at the end of the sip. Mouthfeel is tending towards light and watery, and Oranjeboom Premium Beer finishes mostly dry, refreshing, tasty, and easy drinking. This is a good, lower-priced substitute for over-priced beers like Heineken or Stella Artois. RJT johndoughty (5500) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - MAY 29, 2010
Can. Golden and clear with a small head.Low carbonation and slightly sweet.Left lots of lacing. An above average Euro lager but nothing exciting. Cokemonkey11 (995) - - JUL 15, 2012
oranjeboom premium lager was pretty good but I was disappointed with the taste and unimpressed with the smell. Nekronos (4174) - Xalapa, MEXICO - JUN 20, 2005
UPDATED: FEB 2, 2006 NOt bad, but It is not my type, like Modelo. A little bitter but lager. I do not know why they call it a Pilsner.