Appearance: Dark gold, clear body. No carbonation evident. Forms bright
white, soapy head that fades away and leaves no lacing and little
Smell: Like every other cheap European pale lager only stronger and with rubbing alcohol.
Taste: Like every other cheap European pale lager only stronger and
with rubbing alcohol. I never understood the appeal of those beers that
taste like wet rubber gloves - why someone would want to imperialize
that style blows my mind. This is basically like drinking corn syrup
mixed with carbonated rubbing alcohol. Its sour, tangy, grainy and just
all around unpleasant. I’ve had worse, though, and this beer is at
least drinkable - but just barely.
Mouthfeel: Imagine the thickest lager you’ve ever had san carbonation.
Drinkability: If drank ice cold it’s tolerable. Once it begins to warm
up just a degree or two it turns into a total sipper. Foul taste and
prominent 10% ABV make it very intense in the mouth.
Overall, it’s not so much bad as it is strange. Not sure who would find
this appealing. I’d rather drink two Heinekens to get the same buzz
from one can of this beer.