Z2221344 (6) - CANADA - JAN 11, 2006 does not count
I like this beer. Very crisp. I suggest that anyone who enjoys a nice Pilsner to check this beer out. I agree with the posters who said that this is a beer that will go best with a nicely spicy meal - Indian food obviously springs too mind. On its own I can see the beer generating mixed feelings. Buy a bottle and try it out before committing more money. Bill Becker (1064) - Casper, Wyoming, USA - MAY 9, 2015
A clear gold brew with good head of foam and retention.
Malty nose with some balancing spicy hop bitterness.
Sweetish malt followed by some grain and spicy crisp bitterness from the hops. I especially love the finish; maybe the best part of this session.
Medium body and carbonation.
A nice Pilsner of the German kind brewed in Belgium. nuplastikk (6312) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 22, 2008
500ml bottle. Golden yellow color, a little hazy. Aroma is mild and a little sweet. Taste is reminiscent of an Asian crap lager, but has much more quality ingredients and drinkability than the genuine article. Creamy and subtle, this is a nice standard lager. Sort of an oddity among Belgian imports, a tad underrated. Frank (4208) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAR 4, 2010
It’s probably just me but when I see a pale lager that’s made and Belgium and called Tikka, I just have to try it. We have here a slightly hazed orange golden brew w// a diminishing head of mixed bubbles that leaves behind lace in big sheets. The nose is mildy fruity and floral, maybe a tuti-fruiti bubblegum sort of thing. Dry w/ a grapefruit rind bitterness up front complimented by a twinge of acidity. Vigorous carbonation. There is a strange earthy bitterness in the finish which is my only real complaint. What’s really strangest about this beer is that given it’s called a Pilsner on the label and it tastes like it does, I have to conclude it’s been infected. It seems though that the infection was by some Belgian yeast strain and it’s none the worse for wear and for all I know more flavorful and better. wlajwl (6876) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - JAN 24, 2012
Has the aroma and flavor of a bready/grassy pilsner style lager but a bit rough around the edges. Not bad really, Belgian pale lagers typically are no better than any other pale lagers because there made for the same reason, this was decent compared.
DuffMan (10451) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - MAR 27, 2006
Slightly hazy, light yellow gold, average foamy head leaving some nice lace. Fresh aromas of lemon and hay. Slightly sweet palate of pale malt with a touch of grassy hops. So much better than North America’s typical pale lagers. Fin (10609) - Merton, Oxfordshire, England, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - JUL 26, 2007
Bottle, Dodgy Deli’, Cowley Road, Oxford Poured golden with a largeish white head. Tasted smooth, creamy, some vanilla, tastes quite light and sweet. A much better beer than I expected and the perfect accompniment to my curry. Drake (13949) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JUL 12, 2008
Bottle from Market Street Wine Shop Downtown Charlottesville. Lemon yellow color with a persistent and creamy one finger head. Grassy, slightly bitter aroma. Fruity, grassy apple-like taste. Medium body. Not great by any means, but I found this more enjoyable than most of the previous raters seem to. 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. 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - JAN 11, 2006
Bottle: Light straw in color, very pale and clear in fact, thin white head, light carbonation. Straw and grass on the nose, slight malt flavor but mainly grassy on the tongue. Semi-sweet, not half bad for a Pale Lager. Moderate body and mouthfeel. Fairly clean finish, simple, remains mainly grassy. Not too shabby. Thanks mattbob for sharing!