Lubiere (14182) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 25, 2016
A pale blonde lager with a thick white head. In aroma, light adjunct malt with light grassy German hops, light mineral notes, plain and boring. In mouth, a watery light bodied adjunct malt with light grassy hops, light mineral notes, .. Blah! alex_leit (5198) - Minsk, BELARUS - MAR 19, 2016
Can 500 ml. Golden color with average white foam. Aroma: malt and cooked vegetables. Taste: malty, sweet, plastic and very sad :( Rotin (1797) - Neratovice, CZECH REPUBLIC - FEB 4, 2016
Can 0.33l. Clear, pale gold colored. AROMA- malt, slight touch of hops. FLAVOR- lightly watery, cardboard, unpleasantly bitter finish. Light bodied. Ascelja (1782) - Neratovice, CZECH REPUBLIC - FEB 4, 2016
#459 Bamsen78 (5573) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - NOV 28, 2015
Can 0.33l from Egyptian hotel, many thanks to my parents. Clear golden body, small white head. Aroma of malts. Taste is neutral, empty, bad. Some old paper, trash, malt. Light body, medium carbonation.
Really bad one, but in warm islamic country it’s enought, I guess.
Bottle brought from Egypt by a colleague. Pours clear golden with stable white head. Clear aroma of yeast and less-than-seuperior malt, with some hoppy notes. Sweetish, estery flavour with malty notes and bitter, hoppy touches. Mild, etsery aftertaste. Drinkable and perhaps enjoyable on a hot summer’s day in Egypt but otherwise rather dull. Still, a valuable country tick.
ianwelby (1531) - SCOTLAND - OCT 25, 2015
Pale, clear, lively lager with a thick frothy head. Smell is a touch sour. Taste does have a slight citrusy twist but it’s very slight. It’s a fairly basic lager but in hot conditions it does the job when cold if you’re just looking for something crisp and refreshing. TorbenJensen (1573) - Valby, DENMARK - JUN 28, 2015
Just returned home after a short business travel in Egypt, and therefore will rush to my first review of Egyptian beer. As expected, it was no big surprise to taste beers from this Muslim country that most serves soft drinks as Coca Cola, Sprite and Seven Up. Is it contrary to the juice is Egypt a wonderland with a large repertoire of virtually every imaginable fruit which I greatly appreciate about the breakfast. AWS9 (746) - Mississauga, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 24, 2015
Stella Lager is the beer you see most often in Egypt, but only in hotels and restaurants, because as mentioned before, the country is Muslim and therefore cost of beer in the hotels a little more than they do on the Danish restaurants. Stella is a lager with a white durable foam, moderately malty aroma and a comfortable hoppy bitterness in the end. It reminds a lot about Heinekens common lager, and the brewery is also part of Heineken, so it might explain the great similarity. It is quite a common thirst quenching and refreshing lager, but it should be for reasons other than Stella Lager who get a beer rater to travel to Egypt. The culture, history, and not least the food is definitely worth a visit - but not beer. It is quite ordinary and something similar can be found all over the world.
Bottle. Typical pale gold lager pour, with slight receding head. Faint hops, touch of wheat and corn. Not a lot going on in the taste or aroma, but it’s inoffensive and refreshing for an evening in Cairo. Kind of all I hope for with such lagers. Idiosynkrasie (8050) - Bielefeld, GERMANY - JUN 8, 2015
330ml can [Thanx Tim and Torsten!]. Clear golden colour with small to average, frothy, half-way lasting, minimally lacing, snow white head. Strawy, grassy, hoppy aroma, hints of corn and protein. Taste is dry, strawy, minimally soapy. grassy hoppy. Rather clean and straight. Grumbo (4116) - Ipswich, Suffolk, ENGLAND - APR 28, 2015
Can brought back to UK by friends and consumed on a sunny English afternoon in vain attaempt to mirror Egyptian climate. Poured a clear light gold colour with a white head, quickly dissipating. Aroma is moderately malty and grassy. Moderate sweetness, with a metallic bitter finish. Thin lager texture. Had worse.