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Brewed by Quidi Vidi Brewing Company
Style: Pale Lager
Quidi Vidi Village, St.Johns, Canada

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RATINGS: 47   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.14/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
It has been said by many brew masters, “water makes the beer.” We can’t help but agree. This refreshingly light lager is brewed with 25,000 year old iceberg water harvested from Newfoundland’s awe-inspiring icebergs which offer some of the purest water on earth. Incredibly crisp and refreshing light North American style lager. Winner of a bronze medal in the 2014 Canadian Brewing Awards ’North American Style -Premium Lager’

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0.8
   AROMA 1/10   APPEARANCE 2/5   TASTE 2/10   PALATE 2/5   OVERALL 1/20
alantor (2) - USA - DEC 30, 2011
Poured a yellow straw color from a blue glass bottle (only reason I gave it a 2 for appearance). This beer really didn’t taste too different from any of the other pale lagers from the big boys. It is kind of expensive for what it is. It poured with also no head and had very little aroma. I suppose this could be refreshing if served as cold as an iceberg on a hot day.


2
tomer (3845) - Rishon Le Zion, ISRAEL - JAN 9, 2018
at a tasting, thanks, smallish quickly dissapearing bubbly head, a touch pale yellow color, stinky mineral aroma, honey metalic flavor, coarse bitterness. Bad, the blue bottle does not save it.

1.9
DSG (15403) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - DEC 29, 2017
Bottle sample at a tasting at Yoav's place. Thanks Yoav. Yellow. Apple (acetaldehyde), paper, sweetish, graininess, bland, watery. Not too offensive. Like an American pale lager.

1.9
Travlr (26417) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - OCT 27, 2017
Sample at the source. Made with birthy bits, which is the most interesting thing about this beer. Clear yellow. Peppery aroma. Light lemon taste.

1.9
fiulijn (21511) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 26, 2017
Tasting at SF, Vancouver
Pale blond color. Stale, cardboard, some glue, corn, sweetish. Very bad.

1.2
fiery1 (1817) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 5, 2017
341ml bottle @ the office. Pours a slight hazy pale golden colour with a nearly no head. Nose bread and corn with a slight sour note. Flavour is not a pleasant example of a pale lager with an odd herbalness notes and cereal malt. Nothing special nor great.

2.5
beerplace (2314) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 5, 2017
355ml bottle at Brian's office. Pours a clear blonde with a weak head. Aroma is slightly sour with flowery notes. Similar taste. Not vsry good, but not very offencive.

2.5
Oakes (19409) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 5, 2017
Pale. No head. Some malt nose, not so bad. Sweet, not much hop. Ok, nothing super great. More or less clean, but it's ok. Nothing wrong with it, in the pale lager space.

0.8
mcberko (19837) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 5, 2017
341mL bottle, pours a clear pale yellow with a small white head. Aroma brings out cereal malts, bread, and corn. Flavour is like a typical skunky pale lager, with herbal notes, vegetables and cereal malt. Gimmicky beer - no different than a regular industrial lager. Shit.

3.1
captivaboy (40) - Captiva, Florida, USA - SEP 22, 2017
Light refreshing but lacks strength and body for me. Interesting idea with iceberg water, 12,000 years old. Visited the brewery and tried many of their brews. They need a DIPA! ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.3
bigguns22 (806) - Maryland, USA - SEP 18, 2017
Very good light larger and I do not like light larger so that says something. Crystal clear and refreshing with a nice malt finish.


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