2.6Chibuku Shake Shake Bojalwa Jwa Rona
Piwo z kartonu pite w Botswanie. Alk. 3-4%. Piwo z sorgo pakowane razem z ziarnem.Dodatkowo razem z piwem mikstura w rodzaju mleka z kakao. Wlewa się to do kartonu robi shake shake i można pic. Mętne, mało podobne do piwa ale pragnienie gasi skutecznie.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
3.9Chibuku Shake Shake Bojalwa Jwa Rona
I PREFER THE STUFF AND HAVE BEEN DRINKING IT DAILY FOR THE PAST 10 YRS AND HAVE NO ANY DIFFICULTIES WITH IT AND ATLEAST THREE LITERS PER DAY BEFORE I SLEEP AND MAKES ME FEEL FRESH AND COMFORTABLE.
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
0.9Chibuku Shake Shake Bojalwa Jwa Rona
Many thanks go to my buddy Paul who went through a lot of trouble to get this to me. The carton was bloated when this arrived. Pours a very milky off white and looks like watered down milk. Smells like sour milk and is very lactic. Tastes like someone took a crap load of exotic grains and steeped them long enough to get something to ferment out of them, but never bothered to remove them. Very gritty with a spoiled milk mouth feel. Interesting, but having tried chicha and many other exotic fermented beverages, this one is by far the worst I have ever tried. Utterly disgusting!
Saturday, July 12, 2008
5Chibuku Shake Shake Bojalwa Jwa Rona
excellent fresh sorghum aroma. a tangy traditional african beer taste and a powerful kick that only real men can take. the particles are the only turn off in this wonderfully refreshing beer of rere quality.
Monday, December 11, 2006
0.6Chibuku Shake Shake Bojalwa Jwa Rona
Sampled from cardboard box. Muddy pale pink. Acidic stale beer aroma. Pungently acidic, but not in a freshening way, but rather in a way unfortunately reminiscent of stomach fluids. Itís thick and full of particles, and unlike other traditional African beers it has no refreshing qualities whatesoever - itís just awful. I sincerely respect the dedication to the case of getting smashed by those who are able to drink massive amounts of this stuff. I could hardly swallow my first mouthfull.
Sunday, December 18, 2005