Garrold (5269) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUL 19, 2014
Bottle from StarmoreBoss, Sheffield. Clear, green tinged, straw colour. Thin, lasting, bubbly, white head. Sweet, buttery malt. Hint of pale honey. Taste is light sweet. Light dry. Palate is thin. Finish is light dry. Fairly unremarkable. It’s come from the other end of the world, and it was still only two and a half quid. That probably sums it up. ShaneJ (896) - AUSTRALIA - AUG 21, 2013
Bottle from Dan Murphy Belconnen. Clear, bright yellow/gold, metallic, cooked cauliflower, dishwashing liquid, if you can get through that, there’s some bready malt, residual honey-like sweetness and not much else. Terrible, especially for the premium asking price. KeefOz (1838) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - AUG 15, 2013
Poured a clear pale golden amber colour with a one-finger thick white foamy head that diminished fast to nothing. Laced poorly. Initially moderate to highly carbonated with lots of bubble trails but this faded quickly to only a few trails. Aroma of semi-sweet malt and mild floral hops. Taste similar to aroma – semi-sweet malt followed by a faint hops bitterness. Light body. Overall bland plus a slight metallic finish. Ordinary at best. massivecure (1) - AUSTRALIA - JUN 9, 2013 does not count
not very impressive. faintly fruity followed by a malty finish. the beers packaging is very impressive. Davros (3181) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - JAN 15, 2013
Pours gold with a quickly fading head.
Nose shows soft spicy hops, faint cooked vegetables and very light malt.
Flavours include sweet bready malt, spicy hops and cardboard. Pretty plain.
Way too much carbonation.
Pyobon (1401) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - OCT 27, 2012
(Bottle) Clear yellowy pale gold with no head. Aroma is mainly harsh metallic hops with hints of gras and soap. Light body and coarse fizzy carbonation. Flavour is both bland and harsh: coarse hoppy bitterness, thin sharp citrus and some sweetness. Overall rather nasty. mkel07 (5963) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JAN 6, 2012
330ml bottle. Pours very bright and clear with a soft cap of white snow white foam. Golden amber and carries all the trademarks of your standard pale lager. The sweet grainy straw like aroma is to be expected and the light watery flavour is not all that pleasant. There is nothing here to distinguish this from the thousands of other pale lagers out tehre. I don’t really know what makes it "premium". davidm (2080) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - NOV 18, 2011
Bottle 330ml from Parkhill cellars. Not too bad, it has some flavour. Aromas of wet leaves and hay. Taste is sweet, with average length. Palate is oily, and medium bodied. Yellow, with a thin head. maneliquor (3514) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - NOV 13, 2011
Wow this is shit. Dry biscuity malts with cardboard and metallic undertones. Complete waste of time BeerChaser0078 (909) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - NOV 9, 2011
Bottle. Clear pale golden pour with a loose bubbly white head that doesn’t last long. Aroma has lots of biscuity malt and grassy, slightly spicy hops. Flavour is much like the aroma but with added hints of cardboard and corn. Mouthfeel is watery with prickly carbonation and a lingering bitter finish. Pretty ordinary lager overall, the cardboard undertone becomes slightly unpleasant the more you drink.