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Brewed by Brouwerij Van Steenberge
Style: Pale Lager
Ertvelde, Belgium

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RATINGS: 112   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.36/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Tikka Gold a quality premium beer brewed with patience using malt, rice, hops, yeast and spring water. A Pilsner style with Indian character having a good balance of dryness and bouquet of hops and a soft malt character to complement spicy foods.

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kalervo (1032) - FINLAND - NOV 11, 2015
Shalimarissa 11/2015. Regular, quite pure pale lager. Nothing special, works quite well with spicy food.

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SpudClampDawg (1029) - Jasper, Indiana, USA - OCT 2, 2005
Brew HaHa - Curry? What curry? I must have missed the secret spice, but what I did catch of this beer was good. Fruity nose and body presented in a lager style. Definitely an above average lager that I will seek out.

2.6
mauritsio (998) - FINLAND - JUN 8, 2013
Bottle at base camp Hyvinkää. Light malty aroma. Round taste with some bitterness. High carbonated. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

1.9
raymondwave (931) - FINLAND - JUN 24, 2009
Bottel 0,5 l at a nepalese restaurant. Golden with a overpouring white head. Nose is sweetish with some perfume crispiness. Flavor is intensely perfumey bitter with some pilsener like qualities, but the bitterness feels artificial, like soap or mosquito repellant. Some sweetness in background. Quite flavorful anyway.

2
Heidbummer (892) - SCOTLAND - MAR 2, 2017
Belgian beer for curry. Pale, almost no aroma. It’s crisp, but largely flavourless. Meh.

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LiebeBier (808) - Annapolis, Maryland, USA - SEP 20, 2008
Bottle - I love the thought behind this. An Indian beer brewed in Belgium. Had this at an Indian restaurant. This is right up there with Taj Majal, Singha, etc, etc with slightly more sweet malt character and a pleasant finish.

2.5
WisconsinBeer (716) - St. Paul, Minnesota, USA - APR 17, 2007
Well, I got this beer because the guy at the store recommended it. I think he was just trying to get rid of it. I looked at it and saw that it was Belgian, so I figured it couldn’t be too bad, which it isnt, but it isn’t that good either, especially for a Belgian beer. Has a lot of pale lager characteristics, including being pale yellow and fizzy, light bodied, and with minimal malt and hop flavors. It does leave a bit of lace in the glass, which is a bit redeeming. As for flavor, it has a bit of a soft palate biscuit bread thing going on. Hops are faint and spicy. Not bad I guess, but.........alright, I’ve wasted enough words on this mediocre beer.

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NallePalle (706) - Uppsala, SWEDEN - NOV 18, 2017
Bottle, 50 cl, Indian Curry House, Turku. Reminds about a pils in general terms. Quite modest: not too hoppy, neither malty, neither carbonation. Went well with lamb curry, though.

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mabjork (693) - Vasa, FINLAND - FEB 24, 2006
Bottlred. HAzy light yellow in colour, minor white head. The aroma is bitter with malty hints. The flavour is bitter with a malty aftertaste, quite watery.

1.5
bridge (659) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - JUL 9, 2006
A pale lager brewed in Belgium with an Indian inspired name. Sounds like a recipe for success. The aroma is dominated by the rice, quite sharp, with a touch of hay. Some metallic bitterness that seems typical of pale lager, at least the ones that make some attempt at having flavour. A bti overcarbonated, but again that’s typical of the style. Long lasting finish, but that’s not good as it’s all metallic. It’s probably best to keep chugging this down while your palate is still saturated, because then you don’t notice the sharpness as much!


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