Fredis23 (564) - Hickory Hills, Illinois, USA - SEP 2, 2013
Pale Yellow Color, Decent Medium Head, Little Lacing. Sweet Grain Aroma. Taste about the same. Grainy, Slightly Sweet, Lightly Bitter Finish. If this is 50 years worth of search, it means nothing less than desecration of Stawski Family Name. Drinkable. Mediocre. Pass It. wlajwl (6803) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - MAR 7, 2013
Aroma is sweetish/grainy malts. The flavor is sweetish malts, mild fruit overtones and a mild/slightly bitter finish. bpar73 (1118) - Bellaire, Michigan, USA - JAN 1, 2013
Poured a medium golden color with a thin head that disappeared quickly. Light carbonation. Malt aroma with a crisp finish. Actually a pretty good pale lager. jeremytoni (3058) - Swedesboro, New Jersey, USA - MAR 15, 2012
From a bottle poured a copper color with a fair amount of head. Ligh t malty flavor with a quick finish. Radek Kliber (7359) - Toronto (Can) Krotoszyn (Pol), POLAND - MAR 14, 2012
Bottle 500 ml
envane (570) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 29, 2011
Aroma: great idea green glass... effect oxidize light hit aromas with grainy bottom. 4-
Appearance: clear darker gold with respectable foamy pour. Sticky lace on glass. 3+
Body , Flavour , Palate and Final Notes: medium light bodied. Creamy , butter bomb with oxidized feel. Soft malty backing. Serious fail.
Clear gold with a white head. Toast and vegetal aroma. Flavour medium malt with slight toasted grain, eastern-euro twang and faint hops. crossovert (12879) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAR 13, 2011
First off I have no idea what to categorize this beer as. It claims it is an ale, but it has all characteristics of an EPL, I’m just gonna post it as an EPL, if Baltic Porters can be lagers or ales, then this one is certainly an EPL or an EPB (Euro Pale beer) at least.
500ml green bottle.
It pours your standard gold, the head is soapy and white and quickly recedes.
This is relatively new to the shelves and it is already skunked. Under that is simple honey-like grain.
The flavor is almost tasteless, a tiny bit of malt and hops is all that you get besides water.
It is watery and thin. This is an abomination no matter what it is.
Serving type: bottle
Reviewed on: 11-22-2010 23:17:43 nuplastikk (6254) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 9, 2011
500ml bottle. Filtered yellow-orange, with a steady white head. Lots of fizzy CO2 bubbles. Smells quite nice and bohemian, lots of skunk. There is some buttery offness, but it’s not so horrific, at least for 1.49 a bottle. Drinkable I suppose, the kind of beer some Polish douchebag who laughs at Americans who drink Budweiser would swear by. Hmm..I take that back, it gets progressively less drinkable as the sugar body comes out. Pretty bad. The Stawski name has been defiled. Frank (4192) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - SEP 5, 2010
Lord knows if this is actually an ale or lager and lord also knows that Stawski is not big on responding to email. This tastes like a pale lager and says ale on the label and so I’m calling it a cream ale. The color is a nice golden. Head is great at first but wanes a bit quickly. Despite this being in a green bottle, the nose is non-skunky and actually has a decent grassy malt nose w/ some grain husk notes in the background. This is kind of sweet and maybe slightly oxidized but still well in the drinkable range. It is hoppy enough that it comes off as sort of a bad pilsener. Carbonation is at a good level, which helps cut a bit of the sweetness. The balance is decent but there are some mild off notes floating around which keeps me from scoring this above average.