evannell (1256) - Kraków, POLAND - AUG 21, 2015
Czasem trzeba było wypić. takie były czasy. Na lubelszczyźnie zyskało etykietę piwa dla meneli ("Czarek, pierdolnij se jeszcze jednego goolmana i idź spać, bo mówisz od rzeczy"). Wersja złota już bardziej czcigodna, jednak chyba zainteresowanie spadło. Wyparte przez piwa tańsze i zacniejsze. Z przyjemnością spróbowałbym jeszcze raz. michalmachpl (245) - Rudnik nad Sanem / Rzeszów, POLAND - MAY 31, 2015
UPDATED: JUL 1, 2015 Spisane z Notatek kiedy Ratebeer był w zeszycie. Główne poszukiwania nowych piw i smaków w tamtym czasie kiedy w Polsce były tylko koncernowe piwa odkrywałem świat piw innych niż tylko dostępne w zwykłym monopolowym to były głównie piwa zagraniczne,
Piwo wypite w 2007,
Z notatek wynika że było całkiem okej jak na tamte moje poczynania i poszukiwania piwne :) oh6gdx (26487) - Vasa, FINLAND - NOV 3, 2012
Bottled (thanks Kim N!). Yellowish golden colour, small white head. Aroma is grains, some slight herbs, mild grassyness as well as some bready notes. Flavour is grass, grains, some herbs and mild sweet maltyness as well. Also has a slight alcoholic sting to it. Mariusz (12067) - Baden-Baden, GERMANY - APR 23, 2012
A sweet medium bodied lager with a touch of spiciness near finish. Some nose of fresh bread. sirPino (883) - Zawiercie/Sosnowiec, POLAND - JAN 18, 2008
Rated 25 November 2006; 5 January 2006.
500ml bottle, white (nice shape for a bottle of quite a plain lager in Poland), Head average, bitter, refreshing, hops a bit aromatic but their content is reduced due to the white bottle to escape the problem of skunkness what is quite clever and wise. Light amber colour, quite a lager but of course best only of the mediocre.
DuffMan (10549) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - FEB 11, 2007
I’m looking back on my rating for the pilsener by Goolman and I’m struck by how this beer is pretty much identical (although having them side by side would help sort things out). Anyway, as I recall, this beer had almost no hop character to speak of-- just sweet creamed-corn aroma and corn syrup malt that became too much in the end. A waste of a fancy bottle design. Sully (1380) - Potts Point, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA - FEB 4, 2007
This sounds like that little sassy barmaid from Cheers. Married to Danny de Vito isn’t she? The dreaded pale lager curse strikes again I think. The highlandladdie hits in on the head with the description of ’industrial’. Beer for the proletariat and not much more. Generally it has a dumbed down taste that most euro lagers demonstrate. It would have to be a record lawnmowing session to get me to like this one. ALLOVATE (3048) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - JAN 27, 2007
Rating from January 2005. Falsely put under Perla Goolman!?!?bluevegie (3073) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - JAN 16, 2007
Tasted from the bottle, the first warning signs were there just from the clear glass. Poured a honeyish pale gold with light bubbles that raised up sluggishly to a big dense white head that barely held. Very low malt aroma, honeyish, sweet. Little complexity in the mouth, honey in front, hint of fruity esters across the palate with the mild carbonation leading to a medium length, sweet swallow. Noticeable diacetyl slickness and a soapiness mars the mouthfeel. Too sweet, no complexity, not my thing. (33cL, 12/04/05, Con’s Case Place)
Orangey golden body with an average white head. Malt mainly on the aroma which took a little getting used to, then some rockmelon. Grain in the taste as well as soap, butterscotch and a little bit sweet. highlandlad (1480) - Blue Mountains, AUSTRALIA - DEC 14, 2006
Dull industrial Polish lager. Perfectly drinkable but as bland as a dumpling. Shocked to find this is my 8th Polish rating because I don’t remember any of them. This one came in a clear bottle, which is a bad start. This sample was only marginally light-struck but why take the risk. Standard lager gold, solid 0.5cm of foam, fair length. Hint of skunk in the aroma but the dominant notes are grass and butter on the turn. It’s not a diacetyl bomb but some palates may find it intolerable. Harsh, spritzy carbonation that can be tasted. Soap, hay and a sour finish. Moderate bitterness. Forgettable. (330ml bottle labelled Goolman Original Gold, abv 5.4%. Liquor on Parade, Kingsford. Best before 7/5/07)