Brewed by Karlsbräu (Karlsberg)
Style: Pale Lager
Saverne, France


on tap


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RATINGS: 55   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.49/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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Quack-Duck (9534) - Down South, GERMANY - JUL 21, 2011
can, courtesy of jaghana. Clear, very pale yellow, small white head. Malty, grainy, dusty. Very thin with a very strange palate and mouthfeel.

czar (9501) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - APR 13, 2011
pours fluorescent golden with a decent white head. wheat, sweet malts, honey, some fruitiness. fairly sweet. average carbonation, light body. very boring.

blankboy (7833) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 4, 2009
Can [500ml]. Pours a slightly odd-looking, slightly hazy, pale gold with a small diminishing frothy white head. Maybe some light green hues to it as well, I don’t know, it looks a bit weird. Mild aroma is lightly sugary sweet along with vegetal notes, very light grassy hops, some mild skunkyness and corn -- it’s far from great. Flavour is slightly better, but only slightly: Watery with light grassy hops, grain, light sugary sweetness, malt and some light fruit. Light to average bodied. Yeah, I did not care for this, it’s not overly offensive or anything but it’s very dull and not worth drinking in my opinion.

Radek Kliber (7487) - Toronto (Can) Krotoszyn (Pol), POLAND - SEP 22, 2009
can 500ml

Appearance: golden , clear brew with large white top. Nice lace shown.
Nose: mineral feel with slight bit of fresh hops , soft and fairly dry.7-
Flavor/Palate : mid light bodied. Soft golden malts with hint of raw wort , grainy sweets with sharpness of leafy , grassy hop. Mineral light watery finish.

jaghana (6307) - Strasbourg (Alsace), FRANCE - AUG 27, 2010
Can 50cl. A yellow golden beer with good head. Smell is grassy ant malty. Aroma is nice on cereals and caramel malt, body is nice on malt components, with grassy note, very better than expected. The only thing is a small acidity-fruitiness at the finish. This beer is only bottled is Saverne, following the bar code seems to be brewed in Slovakia, a good lager anyway.

SlovakSniper (5561) - Candiac, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 24, 2011
La robe est légèrement dorée. La mousse blanche est plus ou moins épaisse. Le nez détecte des céréales avec des effluves de paille et d’herbes mouillées. Les saveurs sont plus ou moins affirmées, un mélange faiblement malté et houblonné. Quelques traces fruitées. Le corps est léger, l’effervescence plus ou moins élevée et la texture aqueuse. La finale est sans histoire, à l’image même de la dégustation.

robinvboyer (4779) - Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 26, 2009
grassy, wet hay aroma. Sme hops, but they are a little mute. Flavor is very grainy, and grassy. Meh, i wasnt too thrilled with this, its a gimmick, its the same as the regular boris.

rodenbach99 (4678) - Longueuil, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 27, 2010
Canette de 500ml. Bière blonde, belle mousse blanche, nez de graine frais, bouche avec beaucoup de saveur de grain. maïs, agréable sans plus.

Eructoblaster (4410) - Gatineau, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 25, 2009
Can - 500ml. Pale blond body with heavy carbonation and a huge white foamy head. Fair malty/hoppy aroma with grassy and flowery hints. Taste is well balanced but it lacks complexity. It ends with a short bitter/herbal finish. This decent lager is a lot better than any other Boris beer I have tasted before.

Spab (4124) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 4, 2009
500 ml can from LCBO. Pours a clear light yellow gold with moderate white head. Grass/straw aroma, light hopiness. Flavour is light and refreshing with light grainy malts and grassy hoppiness. Light-mid body, decent crisp finish. Not a bad lager.

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