Andrew4000 (1) - , PAPUA NEW GUINEA - JUL 2, 2008 does not count
A truely inspirational brew. I had my last 15 or so beers just last night. Does not leave you with filthy, poke your own eyes out headaches. Very cheap, readily available and is just good plain tucker. Recently available in south east QLD, check web site for locations kimi1986 (1) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JAN 7, 2010 does not count
So on the plane to PNG i started on the Export ("white can") which is a lot sweeter than the "brown bottle" so I wasn’t overly keen when my I hadmy first brown bottle - but it didn’t take long to change my mind about this beer! after a stint in PNG practically living on the stuff I’m now trolling brisbanes bottle-o’s looking for it! Love the SP! Nickenixon (2) - - JUL 16, 2012 does not count
SP Lager, or a brown bottle, stubby or whichever other affectionate name you have for it, is always a good choice. It doesn’t overwhelm, but neither is it boring. It has a light blonde appearance and is not overly carbonated. There are citrusy overtones, there is sweetness but I wouldn’t call it cloying, it could use a bit more hops, but it’s not something that disturbs the overall experience. It reminds me somewhat of red stripe in flavour, although red stripe has a bit more bitterness. It is by no means an "advanced" beer, and people looking for a taste explosion might be underwhelmed. It is however, a beer supremely suited for its location. When you’re sitting in Port Moresby with the sweat pouring, it hits the spot in a way few other beers could manage. DavidAust (275) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - OCT 18, 2015
Quite a surprising package. Nice simple lager with minimal bitterness. This is not a beer to sit and savour, this is simply a nice drink on a hot day to quench the thirst and refresh. No lingering finish - just a clean crisp lager finish.
Definitely at its best when fresh in PNG. Appearance is just what you expect from a mass produced lager - yellow and minimal head - if you were expecting something else you didn’t read the label. But the flavour is nice with no chemical aftertaste - just simple lager beer done reasonably well. Safer than the water too. gam (3924) - brisbane, AUSTRALIA - MAR 31, 2008
The last time I drank this was in 1974 it was cheap but everybody liked it,a lot sweeter than xxxx bitter,aroma was is sugary,malty.Flavour well sweet,a bit of a pick up taste,there was another one,in a different bottle not as good.This one sugary,malt,slight tang at the end and sweet finish,bitter was not high.Yes it was a fairly well accepted drink,quenched the thirst.Medium head to start back to lace,fair carbonation,light gold colour.
Linc (739) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - JUN 2, 2007
Fits the regular pale lager mould with no surprises. Mildly sweet, no hop flavour to speak of, nothing nasty at all really. It’s fresh tasting enough and really quite drinkable. The best part about it is that you can win your school fees! Good to see a brewery taking an interest in kids education! kraddel (8085) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - FEB 28, 2017
Sampled at the RBBWG 2017. Thnx for sharing, everyone ! Pours clear blonde, small white head. Smell is bit malty, rather chemical. Taste is sharp, bit bitter. Rather chemical. Wattery. OK at best. mtitov (185) - Moscow, RUSSIA - MAR 29, 2017
Спасибо моему другу из Австрал& за прекрас& подарок. Очень редкое но совсем не вкусное пиво Cletus (6355) - Connecticut, USA - FEB 26, 2009
Pours pale yellow with a thin white head. Smells of crisp pilsner malt and some stray hops. Tastes watery but refreshing. Good for what it is. TedE (1326) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - MAY 19, 2017
330ml can into schooner glass. Thanks to Bitterlady. Aroma of sweet malt and cardboard. Pale amber beer, high carbonation. Fluffy white head which reduces to film. Light body, slight fizz on swallowing. Sweet finish with a small touch of tin. I thought this would taste like XXXX but it’s much flatter and sweeter. I bet you can drink this real quick in the heat of PNG.