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Brewed by Cervecería Nacionál Dominicana (AB-Inbev)
Style: Pale Lager
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

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RATINGS: 813   WEIGHTED AVG: 1.96/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Lanzada al marcado en 1935, durante más de siete décadas Presidente ha estado unida a la forma particular de sentir y de ser de los dominicanos, sinónimo de dominicanidad y líder en el mercado, asociando las ocasiones de consumo a grandes celebraciones entre amigos y desarrollando una verdadera cultura cervecera en nuestro país. La exitosa presencia de Presidente en mercados internacionales, unida a su gran aceptación por parte de los turistas que nos visitan, contribuye a la proyección internacional de la calidad de los productos de la República Dominicana y de los recursos y atractivos del país y de su gente. Tipo de cerveza: rubia tipo pilsener. Fermentación: acondicionada. Coloración: dorada. Aroma: lúpulo moderadamente amarga. Armonización: aperitivos, carnes rojas, queso bien jóvenes, platos orientales, pescado fresco, salchichas y lomo de cerdo a la plancha. Ingredientes: agua, cebada malteada, cereales no malteados, maíz refinado, azúcar y lúpulo.

Launched in 1935, for more than seven decades President has been linked to the particular way of feeling and being of Dominicans and Dominicans synonymous with the market leader, associating consumer occasions great celebrations among friends and developing a real beer culture in our country. Successful presence of President in international markets, coupled with its wide acceptance by the tourists who visit us, contributes to international projection quality products Dominican Republic and resources and attractions of the country and its people . Type of beer: blond type pilsener. Fermentation: conditioned. Color: gold. Aroma: moderately bitter hops. Harmonization: appetizers, meats, cheese rather young, oriental dishes, fresh fish, sausages and pork tenderloin grilled. Ingredients: water, malted barley, unmalted cereals, refined corn, sugar and hops.Presidente is a Dominican icon of quality and pride. This leading product of great tradition has maintained a vigorous presence in the local market for almost seventy years and has kept a strong linkage with freshness, entertainment and young adults. Presidente is a Pilsner type beer made from top quality raw materials that definitely makes it the best beer, the real taste.

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1.7
DrGD (111) - West Midlands, ENGLAND - MAY 10, 2015
Bottle. Pale yellow colour with very small white foam. Aroma has corn, some malty and hoppy notes. Taste is bland, watery and metallic, some malts, hint of citrus fruits. Bad.

1.7
altonbrownd (5897) - Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA - AUG 14, 2015
Bottle in Brussels.Golden body with slight head. Skunky and grainy. Kinda sweet. Okay in the nondescript finish.

1.7
climberbob (458) - Virginia, USA - OCT 16, 2015
Draft in punta Cana resort. Quaffable unremarkable Pilsner. Not too offensive or corn dominated like other macro pils or largers. Cheap hot weather drinking beer. Not much else to say about it. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

1.7
heavy (2817) - Split, CROATIA - JUN 14, 2016
Jan. ’16. A 0.355 l bottle from Prosi Exotic supermarket, Vienna. My first Dominican beer. It poured a golden body with a small head. Light hay aroma. Flavor metallic, also grainy, bready with corn sweet sourness. Very thin with shorter, watery finish, luckily maybe? Boring and a bland beer.

1.7
Plovmand (8317) - Helsinge, DENMARK - NOV 12, 2016
Bottle. It pours clear yellow with a white head. The aroma is close to non existent. Faint grain and hops. Thin body. Light grain and cereal flavor. A whiff of hops. Made to quench thirst and that works if the only thing.

1.6
omhper (25160) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - FEB 7, 2002
Pale golden coloured. Sweetish, corn aroma, clean, low bitterness. This is really not a beer to sip on, but works as a thirstquencher

1.6
Yankovitch333 (612) - Baltimore, Maryland, USA - OCT 9, 2003
Tastes like so many other brews from central america or the carribean. Nothing special here. Pale yellow with a thin fizzy head. Kind of watery. I guess it wouldn't be bad if you were drinking it in the sweltering heat.

1.6
skortila (5875) - Baarn, NETHERLANDS - NOV 29, 2004
Grainy aroma and taste. Sweet, quite fresh. Some malts, little hop. Not really great.

1.6
jercraigs (10374) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 17, 2005
UPDATED: JUL 3, 2005 Re-Rate July 1 2005. Can. In substantially better shape than the bottle I sampled. Pale yellow, smallish white head. Vegetal corny (?) aroma mixed with grain and muted hops. Similar flavour, little less corn in the flavour. Remind me of a slightly less malty Heineken actually. Meh. Uninspired but I could knock back a few on the beach if given the opportunity. 5/3/5/2/10 <P> Original Rating Bottle. Courtesy or Mssr. Poirier. Pale macro yellow with a small white head diminishes fast. Bit hops if grainy and or mildly skunky.Touch of bitterness, fairly watery. I also have a can from the Mattecky Honeymoon in the fridge, perhaps it will have fared better on the trip.

1.6
TheBeerGod (6224) - Newport News, Virginia, USA - NOV 20, 2005
Brought back from my wife’s grandparents on their trip to the Dominican Republic. Canned version. Pours a fizzy straw yellow. Very "sickly" looking. Aroma is kind of sweet ith light corn notes, some metallic hints (why do most cans of swill have that metallic scent?), and watery grass. Body is seltzer-like with lots of carbonation and a lightly chalky feel. Finishes with light straw, some corny notes, and a spalsh of bitterness. Could be worse.


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