AtronSeige (1785) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - AUG 5, 2016
Aroma: Medium-light grainy, hay, sweet-corn. Light metallic (may be from can), sulfur, floral.
Appearance: Brilliant, light gold body. Medium, white head. Fine bubbles, fair retention.
Flavour: Medium-light grainy, light floral. Slightly sweet, light bitterness. Medium-dry finish with a bit of sweetness and carbonic sting.
Mouthfeel: Medium-light body. Medium carbonation.
Overall: Easy drinking, but with a sweeter finish than most pale lagers. Although the sweetness if not "bad", it is just slightly too high. I am sure this is a great beer for people who do not like bitter lagers. Carbonation is slightly too low.
440 ml can, poured.
2A. International Pale lager. Erzengel (9742) - Wuppertal, GERMANY - JUL 29, 2016
*On tap in Dunlewy, Ireland as "Ice cold-version". Smooth and grainy brew. Not too deep with not much bitterness. Round and sessionable, but not very deep - especially not "ice-cold". Cunningham (8525) - Halden, NORWAY - JUN 8, 2016
Plain average lager.undercurrent25 (2246) - Barnton, Cheshire, ENGLAND - MAY 29, 2016
Golden color with an ok white head. Moderate intensity in the aroma. Medium body and an ok carbonation. Decent balance between sweetness and bitterness. Malty and mild herbal flavor.
[Can from a local grocery store in Glasgow, Scotland]
Keg in the hotel in Edinburgh. Average tasting lager, quite drinkable but nothing special really kerenmk (5357) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - APR 2, 2016
Can sample at a tasting at Max’ place. Thanks Tom L. Clear gold. Some mold and paper and dry hay in the nose, papery sweetness in the mouth. Light body, paper sweet finish.
Cthulhu (1031) - MARSHALL ISLANDS - MAR 22, 2016
33 cl bottle in a live music gag in some disco in Venice. Average macro lager. DSG (15403) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - MAR 22, 2016
Can sample at a tasting at Max’s place. Thanks Tom L. Golden with a white head. Aroma of graininess, cardboard, a bit of acetaldehyde. Sweetish flavor, papery, acetaldhyde. Light-bodied. Bleh. scottm2588 (184) - SCOTLAND - MAR 18, 2016
Ye olde Tennents Lager, where to start...
The first beer I ever tried and the lager I go for when there is no ales available in the pub I’m in. This stuff should probably be considered Scotland’s national drink.
This is by no means a great beer but I have a nostalgic attachment. When it’s sunny outside and you find yourself in a West of Scotland beer garden nothing will quench your thirst quite like a pint of this. Cheep, cheerful and refreshing.
Pours a clear gold with a small white head. Aroma is citrus, slight copper, bread. Taste is lemony, bread, tinny, quite watery.
It may not be the best beer you’ll ever drink but I enjoy it and I will continue to enjoy it. Long live the Tinnints aka pish water biir (1679) - Berlin, - MAR 13, 2016
Transferring Old Data - Can - I think this was my first beer ever from Scotland back then. Simple, uninspiring. Rather bad. Padchenko (395) - Dublin, IRELAND - FEB 29, 2016
cheap and cheerful. Pretty bland golden lager. Needs to be chilled. not the worst around by a long shot