Brewed by San Miguel
Style: Pale Lager
Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines


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RATINGS: 776   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.03/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
Also known as San Miguel Beer and San Miguel Draft.
Imported to the US as San Miguel Premium Lager until some time between 2006 & 2008.
San Miguel Pale Pilsen, a pilsner popularly called San Miguel Beer, is the Company’s flagship brand and the Philippines’ leading brew. It is one of the world’s largest selling beers. Made from imported barley malt, as well as German and American hops, it is exported to over 40 countries worldwide.

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lamfrenzechoi (7) - - FEB 16, 2018 does not count
UPDATED: FEB 19, 2018 在農曆新年宴會上的樽裝,聞起來沒有香氣,清澈的金黃色,剛倒出來氣泡強勁,但一殺那后氣泡消失,喝起來一

Zlotta (4384) - Hagen, GERMANY - JAN 27, 2018
Sampled from 0.32 l bottle from a local Asian food store, best before August 2018. Clear, golden with a thin, frothy, slowly diminishing, white head. Sweetish, slightly grassy-spicy aroma of grains and some straw. Moderately sweet, slightly bitter, a bit grassy-spicy taste of grains and some straw, followed by a short, moderately bitter, slightly dry and a bit grassy finish. Thin to medium body, slightly effervescent mouthfeel, soft carbonation. Pretty bland but not bad.

JWN (61) - Hundvag, NORWAY - JAN 5, 2018
"The beer appears golden in colour with a solid amount of foam. Standard lager taste that dies out seconds after entering the mouth. No aftertaste whatsoever. Tastes dangerously like water." - beersoftheworldproject.wordpress.com
Date: 03/03/2017
Bought at: Sari-Sari Mart in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Skarecrow (1140) - North Shore, Auckland, NEW ZEALAND - DEC 25, 2017
330ml bottle Pale gold with slight head. Sweet, bland with a vague bitterness in there somewhere. Oy hum.....

BrettC (17) - Clare, AUSTRALIA - NOV 20, 2017
UPDATED: NOV 20, 2017 330mL bottle into glass at Niños Lamesita, Adelaide. In a funky bottle and it pours very clear, pale yellow and creates a nice head that doesn't last very long. It has quite a 'beery' aroma and a fairly inoffensive flavor. Not as dull as cheap American or Australian lagers but not a high quality beer. It's fun to drink with Filipino food but once you've tried it, there's no need to get it again.

Piepenhenrich (1328) - Steinbach, GERMANY - OCT 31, 2017
Bottle from Asia shop in Frankfurt. Standard Lager, pretty mediocre, really nothing special. Drinkable, but I don’t see a point in importing it.

TedE (1591) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - OCT 20, 2017
330ml bottle into pint glass. Amber beer with frothy white head. Low carbonation. Sweet plasticine nose, some grain. Light taste of toasted grain. Finish is long with a little grain. Drinkable.

gnoff (11277) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - OCT 2, 2017
320 ml bottle at Regal Airport Hotel, Hong Kong, on October 1, 2017.
Clear pale golden color, white head with lacing. Malty, grainy, clean, sweet scent. Malty, cream, grainy taste. Malty, sweet aftertaste. Medium mouhtfeel, low bitterness.

CaskMuse83 (1) - Montvale, New Jersey, USA - SEP 30, 2017 does not count
All the panache, flavor and presence of wilted iceberg lettuce on a hot day. A cold swallow refreshes briefly but is then followed by a slightly foul aftertaste. I will never buy this beer again.

R4N5H (1419) - NETHERLANDS - SEP 20, 2017
UPDATED: SEP 23, 2017 One of many, but first time I've rated this. On tap at B.A.T.S., Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta on 19-Sep-2017. Clear golden amber colour with a thin white head. Aroma of sweet crystal malt and grain. Light to medium body and carbonation. Taste of sweet malt, grain, funk and citrus. Lightly hopped and bittersweet.

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