roder60 (1289) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 11, 2005
Poured a deep gold yellow color with a small amount of bubbly white head. Aroma was cornish and sweet. Flavor pretty watery and light, but a little more substantiated than most lagers. Overall, not bad with a good spicey thai meal. FrankJohansen (3622) - Sabro, DENMARK - NOV 11, 2005
Pale yellow colour, small creamy mostly deminishing head. Aroma and taste of hops and malt. Metallic finish. HenrikSoegaard (14176) - Randers, DENMARK - NOV 11, 2005
Bottle. o,33 L. Rocky good fully deminishing head. Neutral malty and hoppy aroma. Ok flavour, short finish. Nice carbonated. With Thaifood an ok beer. HogTownHarry (6874) - Toronto (Harbourfront), Ontario, CANADA - NOV 8, 2005
Bottle (330ml). Poured very pale clear bubbly yellow with a large fizzy-foamy-rocky semi-lasting white head. Aroma is "premium ass" - vegetal, dungy, skunky, foul corn and alcohol. Taste is pretty inoffensive, sweet stale malt, fresh hay, quick off the tongue - fairly sugary mouthfeel, lightish body - apart from the smell, this isn’t bad. DanielBrown (4502) - Birmingham (via Leicester), West Midlands, ENGLAND - NOV 7, 2005
Bottle at the Solomon Cutler, Birmingham. Pretty good Lager here, with a nibble of strength in the backbone to keep the interest. A tinge of salt and bitterness and some prickly malt. Firm.
TheEnemy (564) - Chicago, USA - NOV 6, 2005
330ml bottle.curvedbeer (11) - SINGAPORE - NOV 3, 2005
Gotta agree with curvedbeer -- this is one of the best Asian mass-brews (IF you can find a fresh bottle, which can be tough in the States), though Kiuchi’s Hitachino Nest line has some gems as well. Clear light straw-colored liquid produces a constant stream of vigorous bubbles that form a thin white head. Sharp hop aroma with some malt showing as well. Flavor starts with the same hop kick and then settles into a pleasant, surprisingly sweet light malt character. Medium, creamy palate. This simple, refreshing thirst-quencher hits one right down the middle, being neither boring and watery or overly complex. Criminally underrated here in my opinion. Fair enough -- guess that means more for me.
UPDATED: NOV 10, 2005 My favourite mass produced Asian beer. It has a distinctive taste which separates it from the pack. Beer Singha sold in Thailand is stated as being 6% Alcohol. bikesandbeers (547) - san diego, California, USA - NOV 2, 2005
drunk ice cold. pale golden with no head. grainy aroma. flavor is on the sweet side, but finishes slightly bitter. Not for an Asian lager. cfranz (261) - Acton, Massachusetts, USA - OCT 29, 2005
Gee, this wasn’t that good. Offputting monkey urine smell. It tasted slightly better than it smelled, but as the beer warmed it became almost undrinkable. DrunkAsASkunk (847) - Lynnwood, Washington, USA - OCT 29, 2005
This beer pours a clear light golden yellow color with a thin soapy white head and fairly light lacing. The aroma is flat out pretty horrid. Wheat, grains, metal, corn, rice...just not good. Flavor-wise this beer continues the level of sucktitude I’ve come to expect from Thailand. Metallic corn flavor with heavy metal and cardboard like grassiness. It’s almost as if an ancient civilization of hops once existed in this beer, and all I got left with was the hop bones and remnants of this left over hop civilization. Stale, stale, stale!!! Prickly carbonation..dry as all hell...vominous!