MarkoNm (2705) - Novo mesto, SLOVENIA - JUL 29, 2015
Pours a clear golden, topped with a soapy white head. Mild malty aroma, a bit grainy. Taste is light, watery, malty with a hint of bitterness, but just. Well, it’s watered down beer, so no wonder there’s no real aroma or taste. ogivlado (7775) - Zagreb, CROATIA - SEP 3, 2010
Bottled 500ml. -Courtesy of and shared with Doggythedog (thanks!). Really interesting brewing process; watering down beer. Pale yellow coloured, brief white head, neutral nose (hmmm, watery nose maybe???). Weak malty, slight grainy and metallic with, of course, watery palate. Unnecessary product. Marko (5640) - Split / Zagreb, CROATIA - AUG 19, 2010
0.5l found in the InterSpar near the IKEA store in Graz, shared with ogivlado.Geiserich (4499) - Linz, AUSTRIA - JUN 22, 2009
One of bigger gripes of the less beer-savvy people is how the beer they drink in pubs somehow gets watered down by the cheating brewery/owner/bartender/pink elephant. It’s usually a negative notion, but the good folks of Puntigamer decided to market a beer that’s exactly that. Regular beer, watered down. Watered down with what’s apparently crystal clear spring water, not tap water, so that’d be an improvement in their minds I guess. Though I wonder if anyone would dare to make beer with spring water that wasn’t crystal clear. And proudly state schlammtrübem Quellwasser on the label. I’d buy that. Anyway, this poured a pale yellow body (surprise surprise) with a small thick white head, pierced by lively carbonation. Vague eggy-grainy nose. Weak watery egg-grain taste, vague hopiness, bitter-acidic. There’s something about it that might be called bitterness in a way, but it might be light carbonation bite. All in all, WTF and WHY?
Draught at Falstaff-Bierfestival: The barkeeper mentioned, that this one is a "Saurer Radler" (beer with 30% water). Light sourly, bit empty aroma. Pale golden color, nearly no head. Flavor is fresh, sparkling but also quite emthy. Thirst quentching but empthy.