johndoughty (5600) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - MAR 11, 2013
Bottle. Unusual shaped bottle. Pale yellow with virtually no head. Sweetness lingers but nothing distinctive apart from the bottle. kaziopiwosz (424) - Warszawa / Wałbrzych, POLAND - JAN 12, 2013
500ml bottle from supermarket in Warsaw, Poland. Well carbonated. Malty taste with hoppy nutes becoming bitter palate with some matellic nutes. Cabbage finish. Snowy foam, thick, stays really long. Pure golden colour. This beer has great appearance, much better than it tastes. DenverLogan (1301) - North Bend, Washington, USA - NOV 29, 2016
From a unique clear bottle into a tulip glass. Pours gold with head and lace. Aroma of grains, malt, slight honey. Significant carbonation and medium mouthfeel. Flavors of light grains, amber malt, minerals. Overall light, watery, simple with light body, but not bad for the style foxo82 (935) - Bromsgrove (via Leicester), Worcestershire, ENGLAND - OCT 12, 2012
Bottle from Super Zabka, Rookery Road, Handsworth. I purchased this having no idea what it was or what country it was from. Golden with a thin, resilient head and lacing, quite attractive for a pale lager. Aroma is of malty sweetness. A lingering bitter taste, salty, malty, dry and metallic with an unusually long finish for this style. Not bad. TorbenJensen (1589) - Valby, DENMARK - SEP 22, 2015
This lager is very pale and looks almost sich. However, it has a formidable and persistent foam. Its aroma is almost nil, only a little weak hops can be felt. But the taste is quite different (and good) experience. It is malty, even if a specific color indicates the contrary, a little weak, and its hop aroma is due to the fact not particularly bitter hop to end. Malty sweetness has taken over in this lager and has a very clean and easy character where the malt really have room to unfold with faint caramel notes. Now pale malt not exactly the malt type who sell the most distinctive flavor notes in beer, so it’s actually a pleasure to be able to taste how to clean pale malt basically tastes. Some may call it light and sweet, but I welcome its lightness makes it very easy drinkable and thirst-quenching.