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Brewed by Tsingtao Brewery
Style: Pale Lager
Qinqdao, China

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RATINGS: 2034   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.04/5   EST. CALORIES: 144   ABV: 4.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Tsingtao Beer has a pleasant aroma and a well-balanced taste. It has high-malty flavor and well-hopped character. Tsingtao is produced with spring water from Laoshan, a mountain area famous throughout China for the purity of its water. The domestically-grown hops used to brew Tsingtao are of such high quality that they are also exported to European breweries. Tsingtao also uses the finest yeast and barley imported from Australia and Canada in its brewing process.

NOTE: Under this entry, rate ONLY exported Tsingtao that roughly matches the ABV and local Tsingtao that matches it completely. If it differs in any way and doesn’t match the other entries under the brewer, please send in a bug report with the alcohol percentage, degrees plato (important!), the GTIN and preferably a link to a picture of both the front and the back label so that we can set up an entry.

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2.4
JAF737300 (1291) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - NOV 13, 2006
OK, chinese piss water. This is what they drink and complain about like we do with Miller Lite. If it is free, I;ll drink it, if I have to buy it....I’ll try the sake.

2
emotv (353) - Izmir, TURKEY - NOV 1, 2006
Tasted from can. Golden colour, head not stays more than 2 seconds that can show me no bodied at all. Clear taste, not hoppy at all. Poor lager as i expected.

2.5
17thfloor (2444) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 31, 2006
Has aroma of sour apples. Little apple taste as well. What makes this beer is the springwater, gives it a nice crispness.

1.6
themadmumis (347) - Westminster, Maryland, USA - OCT 25, 2006
Very watery. Mild yeastiness, medium body and a little skunky. Nothing good to say about this one.

2
JFURYCAT (1078) - East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 25, 2006
There is a bit of a flowery hop in here but the rest is watered down. Nothing offends and nothing enlightens.

2.4
kopestes (164) - Braine l’Alleud, BELGIUM - OCT 22, 2006
Bottled in Chinese restaurant “Jade” in Munich. Yellow with big white head. Bit bitter of hops but not unpleasant. It went well with roasted duck. Worth trying.

1.2
ELPADRINO (70) - The Woodlands, Texas, USA - OCT 21, 2006
Pours very pale yellow. Strong skunky smell right out of the bottle. I don’t even have to get my nose close to the glass to smell it. Taste isn’t as bad as the smell, but it’s barely existent. Slight yeast sweetness with mild back end. Chinese beers (that I’ve had) are about as good as Mexican beers (that’s not good.)

1.9
Rune (13723) - Tromsø, NORWAY - OCT 15, 2006
330ml bottle sampled with Finn at The Hong Kong restaurant in Ipswich some hours after watching The Blues against Sunderland (3-1).
Pale yellow with nice clarity. White head fast diminishing. Nothing more in aroma than being refreshing. Flavour has sweetness of rice mix with some lemon in the end. By the way, very good food at this Chinese place (23.09.2006)

2.1
Gethinbeer (2452) - Nova Scotia, CANADA - OCT 14, 2006
From bottle. Strong smell of farts as I opened the bottle, very strong yeasty aroma. Very clear yellow uirne like appearance. No head, high carb. Sweet, noty as gassy as expected, like water with a hint of lager flavour. Typical lager after taste. Did the job after work.

1.7
stouby (4859) - Holbæk, DENMARK - OCT 14, 2006
Bottle at Yan’s Wok. Yellow with a white head, quickly gone.Aroma moderate malty (rice). Flavor moderate sweet. Light body, watery, soft carbonated. Doesn’t harm anyone!


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