Krait Prestige - Cobra Beer Partnership Limited

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Ratings: 56
Reviews: 49
rAvg: 3.42
pDev: 14.04%
Wants: 3
Gots: 1 | FT: 0
Brewed by:
Cobra Beer Partnership Limited visit their website
United Kingdom (England)

Style | ABV
Bière de Champagne / Bière Brut |  8.00% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
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(Beer added by: Jason on 11-16-2006)
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Photo of metter98
3.28/5  rDev -4.1%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3

A: The beer is very hazy yellow in color with some hints of brown. It poured with just a few large bubbles on the surface that quickly dissipated.
S: There are light to moderate aromas of malty sweetness and toffee in the nose.
T: Similar to the smell, the overall taste has flavors of malty sweetness with some notes of toffee and apple cider.
M: It feels medium-bodied on the palate and has a low amount of carbonation.
O: This is a very unusual bière de champagne that doesn’t seem to be very carbonated. It’s not that difficult to drink because the alcohol is well hidden from the taste.

Photo of BuckeyeNation
3.9/5  rDev +14%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Sun-drenched haystack gold with something less than Champagnesque carbonation. That doesn't stop the soft, pillowy crown of ivory colored foam from being at least four fingers high. The head looks good as it melts and takes its sweet time doing so. Even though lace is scarce, it's a good look.

The nose is primarily pale malty, with a light musky hoppiness and a little bit of bready yeastiness. It's amazing that 8.0% alcohol is almost completely buried in a beer without roasted malt, a ton of hops, spices or other powerful aromas.

Krait Prestige is interesting beer on paper and is almost, but not quite, as interesting on the palate. I'm not sure what a secondary fermentation at Brouwerij Rodenbach adds, but somebody thinks it's worth the expense. This brew is also bottle-conditioned, which means that it doesn't go through the 'methode de champenoise', like most beer of this style.

Another interesting fact is that Krait Prestige is known as King Cobra everywhere but North America. Maybe that's because an 8.0% pale lager with that name would make most people think of malt liquor. In fact, King Cobra Premium Malt Liquor is one of the shining stars in the A-B firmament. Seriously... it's pretty vile.

KP is reminiscent of a Belgian strong pale without the estery yeastiness. Since that's a large part of what makes BSPAs good, I'm a little underwhelmed. I haven't had enough bieres de champagne to know if it's a good version, but it's nowhere near as tasty as Malheur Biere Brut (Brut Reserve). Of course, not much else is either.

Having said all that, I'm becoming more and more impressed as the ounces cruise by. The flavor profile consists of untoasted grain, an undercurrent of citrus and a hint of pleasant grassiness from the hops. This is relatively simple, slightly sweet, spotlessly clean, easily drinkable lager (especially considering the stealth-like ABV). Maybe it's the alcohol talking, but the flavor score now deserves a bump.

The mouthfeel is very well done. It's medium in a general sense, with a hint of slickness that is easy to miss given the appropriately zesty carbonation that scrubs the mouth and tongue clean at the tail end of each mouthful. The combination of velvety smoothness and sparkling bubbles is close to quality Champagne.

This may not be world-class beer, but I'm still having a hell of time sipping my way to the bottom of the bottle. If 'bang for the buck' is important to you, Krait Prestige awaits a home in your glass. Just try not to think of it as King Cobra.

Photo of ChainGangGuy
3.3/5  rDev -3.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3.5

Appearance: Pours a clear, yellow body with a respectably-sized, white head.

Smell: Pale maltiness, some light floral hints and minor notes of grapes, citrus, and the honey you'd find in a squeeze bottle shaped like a bear.

Taste: Smooth pale maltiness with a mild, restrained honeyish sweetness. A few drops of orange juice, a dash of white grape juice. Faintly floral hoppiness with a tremendously mild bitterness. Small pinch of acidity. Hint of white pepper. Drying, yeasty finish.

Mouthfeel: Medium-thin body. Medium carbonation. Odd, questionably chalky mouthfeel to it.

Drinkability: Not altogether horrendous, but make no mistake, it's no Malheur Brut by any stretch of the imagination.

Photo of oberon
3.75/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

My first foray into this style of beer with me being partial to the hop it wasnt a style I had to have but its nice to try something new.Poured into a pilsner a light to medium lemon yellow with a large blooming white head alot of tiny bubbles quite spritzey looking and quite nice to look at.Lighter aromas very pilsner-like with notes of iron honey malt and a hint of grass.At first the mouthfeel is a little sharp maybe from the carbonation but it does smooth out and with the alcohol being so well hidden it glides down.Flavors border on pale bock and pilsner its quite sweet like a pale bock up front with big honey and carmael tones finishing a little drier and lemony.Not bad and honestly outside of a bit of a swwet sting you would never know it was 8.3% alc. it goes down easily Iam gonna try some "higher end" beers of this style to see how good this can really be,this one wasnt to bad.

Photo of emerge077
2.85/5  rDev -16.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Sweet and fizzy. That about sums up this beer. The Queen's malt liquor, for discriminating tastes...

Poured into a Duvel tulip. Hazed gold, initial burst of foam in the soap suds sense. The flaccid, weak head sticks around for a few minutes, then disappears. Sweet grains and corn in the nose. More of the same in the flavor. Dusty bubblegum and pilsner malt, with a prickly dose of sugar. Moderate to excessive C02. Fizzy lager to the Nth degree, with a strong hit of old pear fruit roll-up. Basically a bottom-barrel Duvel knockoff with an antacid in the mix...this is weak sauce.

Photo of Jason
3.25/5  rDev -5%

Photo of MasterSki
3/5  rDev -12.3%
look: 4 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Don't remember who brought this gem, but awesome: a champagne malt liquor. Served in a taster pint glass.

A - Ample white foam settles to a thin cap, thick collar, and splotches of lace. Lightly hazed golden body with plenty of visible bubbles.

S - Smells like a malt liquor alright; grain, alcohol, white grapes, corn. Might be confused for very poor champagne I suppose. Gets a bit cloying as it warms up.

T - The taste is again very much malt liquor-esque, but on the good side of the style. There's actually some pilsner malt among the various adjunct flavors. There aren't any fusel flavors, but I wasn't expecting much of that at only 8%.

M - Medium-full body, surprisingly smooth texture, lower carbonation, and reasonably well-hidden alcohol. It's a tad too sticky for a champagne beer, but otherwise not too bad.

D - Could use more spritz and dryness for the style, but good if you take it as a malt liquor. Still, it's overpriced at $11.99 relative to some superior offerings that are available for a tenth of the price.

Photo of Rochefort10nh
4/5  rDev +17%

Photo of BlackHaddock
3.8/5  rDev +11.1%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Sold in the UK as 'King Cobra', it costs £6.75 for the regular 0.75 Litre bottle at one of my local Indian restuarants (about $10.00).

The two 0.75L Cork and Caged bottles from last night were poured into four champagne flutes and topped up fairly often as we drank our way down the bottles.

Light, lemony yellow with a slight haze, especially at the lower end of the bottle (no bits, but obviously some light sediment is in the base of the bottles. Lively head in the pour, but no staying power.

The smell is of Belgian yeasts, interesting but not strong.

The beer is really a strong lager in taste and feel, I like it and for the price is good value. Not sure it is in the correct style cat, but it isn't a bad beer at all.

Photo of dbrauneis
3.18/5  rDev -7%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3

A: Pours a cloudy dark golden orange in color. The beer has almost no head whatsoever, just a handful of small bubbles that reduces to absolutely nothing in short order. No lacing is observed.

S: Light amounts of sweet malts (toffee) and light fruit (apple).

T: Quite a bit of malty sweetness with toffee being the dominant element. Slight amounts of apple/pear light fruit sweetness as well.

M: Light to medium bodied with light amounts of carbonation (almost none).

O: Very strange example of the style as there is so little carbonation (which is not what I have observed with others in the style or would have expected). Not super easy to drink due the sweetness - definitely not sessionable for me. Alcohol is pretty well hidden.

Photo of Georgiabeer
3.1/5  rDev -9.4%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Like many other recent reviewers, I got a super great deal of $3 a bottle on this from Green's in Atlanta so decided to give it a try. I've already had Deus, so this wasn't my first foray into the style. While this beer had some of the champagne characteristics of the style, the overwhelming impression is of an Euro lager- albeit a much more sparkly one. Poured a bit darker than others of the style, more medium gold than champagne color. Good head, constant stream of bubbles. In fact the head was a little too good- I'd prefer it to fade a bit more but have the streaming bubbles keep up. Smellis mostly tangy lager yeast and prickly carbonation. Maybe a touch of apple as well. Taste is similar- lots of lager yeast and then medium bitterness and slight bit of apples, also a bit watery. Mouthfeel is spot on, maybe a bit heavier and not quite as ethereal as some others, but good. If you haven't tried the style and want to see what its all about, save your money for the Deus or the Malhuer Brut. If those bottle prices are too daunting and you find yourself in Atlanta, have the Deus by the glass at the Brick Store instead. This isn't even close.

Photo of Zorro
4.03/5  rDev +17.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A clear golden colored beer with a mild amount of chill haze to it. Tall white head completes the picture of what a top quality Pilsner looks like in the glass.

The smell is sweet and a bit estery with a good strong scent herbal Nobel hops. The hop scent is mildly spicy with a citrus and a slight grassy scent.

The taste begins a little sweet and malty with a mild hit of Nobel hop flavor. A little fruity from the esters and flowery and herbal from the hops with just a little orange citrus in the aftertaste describes the flavor succinctly in an obvious run on sentence badly constructed by myself. Bitterness builds as you sip and eventually the spicy nature of fresh Nobel hop emerges along with a slight lemon rind flavor. Pilsner malt is present but mostly stays in the background and unnoticed unless you are trying to pick it out.

The mouthfeel is thick despite its pale color.

An interesting ale and decidedly on the light end of the Bière de Champagne / Bière Brut classification. To me this is much closer to an Imperial Lager or even the milder lighter flavored bock beers. One thing is for sure this is an easy to drink beer and a bit deceiving in its strength. This would be an excellent beer to use at a wedding as a Champagne substitute that a Budweiser lover could comprehend.

Photo of jdhilt
3.4/5  rDev -0.6%
look: 2.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Fizzes out of bottle, pours a five+ finger white head that vanishes quickly to a ring leaving traces of lace. Crystal clear light amber color. Light-medium carbonation and medium bodied. Grassy nose. Flavor is sweetish, earthy and grass, drying finish. Higher ABV is hidden. Champagne lager is misleading - not fizzy and not like a lager. Pricey at $6.99 for a 375ml corked bottle from Tully's Beer and Wine Wells, ME.

Photo of Mebuzzard
3.93/5  rDev +14.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Not sure what to expect from this brew. Popped the top, no foaming from the bottle, which is actually good imo.
Pours a pilnser-looking golden pale with an absolutely huge head. Soft white head never dies, settles to about 1 1/2 fingers throughout. Aroma is like a Bud, but without the maltiness and grains. A bit weak, yet nothing off-putting.
Tastes like a smooth pilsner. Light on the malt, clean, refreshing and very easy to drink. Not as "tingly" as expected, not as carbonated either. Still, there is a slight Rielsing hint to this one. A good beer. I had a 750ml bottle, but have seen them in splits. The latter is probably more appropriate serving.

Photo of beerthulhu
3.55/5  rDev +3.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A: Poured a hazy hazy pale gold with a large fluffy white head that was moderately lasting.color.

S: a slight yeastiness, sweet candi sugar and fresh fruit (apples, pears).

T: The flavor was very light and clean, with some candi sugar sweetness and fruitiness (apples, pears). The beer finishes out with a nice light floral hopping with some lemony character. Overall the flavor was very clean and smooth.

M: lively and tingly from the carbonation, much like real champagne.

D: The drinkability was crisp, tingly and champagne like, very clean body and flavor, no complaints here.

Photo of scruffwhor
3.88/5  rDev +13.5%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Filed under Biere de Champagne, but the bottle constantly states thats its a champagne lager, lager. After tasting this beer, my mind is not really describing this beer in any Biere Brut sense. The beer looks like a medium bright sunshine. Clear with only one coulumn of bubbles rising to a headless top. The aroma is a sweet grass with a light spice note. The palate is a little thick with pilsner like malt. When you add that dash of yeast sediment, the fruity charateristics of malt is better defined. Notesof brown sugar and lemon jump out at the finish of the yeasty part of the beer. Very easy to drink for such a high strength abv. Rereshing even for 8%.

Photo of ccrida
3.53/5  rDev +3.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

750ml champagne bottle ($7.95) served in my Meantime snifter. The first pour is at cellar temp, crystal clear gold with tons of streamers forming a large, fluffy white head that fairly quickly settles, leaving moderate lace.
I re-corked it and through the rest in the freezer and swirled up the dregs for the second pour, which was probably in the 40-50F range. Now it's murky, with a smaller head, only a few lazy streamers.

Smell is pretty bright and very sweet, candi sugar, tropical fruits and cereal grains. First impression is cotton candy, it reminds me of one of my wife's perfumes...perhaps the first time I've ever been turned-on by a beer!
Anyways...the 2nd, cold pour was still perfumey, but of course much more muted.

Taste, which sugary, is also a bit grainy and fairly boozy, with a slightly bitter, hoppy finish. Over although the taste balances out to be fairly neutral, like an imperial Budweiser or something! Slight hints of honey and butterscotch if I really search for depth, which it's generally lacking. I wasn't sure what to expect with the mixed reviews and the BS style declaration on the label (it's a strong larger that's bottle conditioned by Rodenbach but supposedly a Champagne Larger why...because of the bottle? It was obviously not riddled to remove the lees!). Frankly, I feared a plain old euro strong lager in a fancy bottle, but the sweet fruitiness adds an extra dimension that I enjoy, with my penchant for sweet Belgian ales (I assume this was bottle conditioned with a Belgian ale yeast, unless that's all pure sugar).
The cold pour lost any depth and was very boozy and sweet, which all but confirms my suspicions this is primed with a Belgian ale yeast and should be served on the warmer side. I regretted chilling it, and had to wait for the second glass to warm up before I finished it off.

Mouthfeel is sugary, with a crisp finish. The coating on the teeth is a bit much.

Drinkability was good, but the alcohol had a solvent feel in my belly, coupled with excessive carbonation, keeping me in check. But it was fairly light and airy, and went down very easily. However, the fact that it's so cheap is surely a plus, a sorostitute special for sure...the fact that I'm many years removed from college and happily married means I really have no reason to ever buy this again! Still, it would easily impress your average hipster that sticks to macro lagers. Do yourself a favor though and serve like you would any other BSPA, too cold and it looses flavor and is mainly fusels and sugar. My scores were all based on the cellar temp serving. In spite of the lower price, I dock them points for the BS marketing...a sugary BSPA in my book. FWIW, this bottle really went to my head more then it should have for an 8% 750ml...good or bad, I'll leave that to the reader to decide!

Photo of Jwale73
3.58/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Courtesy of njdhopgrower and edbeer. 750ml bottle served in a champagne flute. Poured a hazy, golden yellow with a one inch bright white head that quickly recedes - no lacing on this one. Nose was grassy, lemony and a little biscuity at the finish - very mild and muted. Taste was very light fruit, some yeast, candi sugar and cereal grains revealed towards the back. Mouthfeeel was light-bodied with champagne-like effervescence; a little prickly - finishes dry and clean. Interesting brew - well-hidden abv. I enjoyed the opportunity to try this one, but not a go to beer. A great alternative to champagne however.

Photo of drpimento
2.25/5  rDev -34.2%
look: 3 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2 | feel: 3 | overall: 2

Well. This is a singularly underwhelming beer. The bottle says brewed in Belgium v. the Polish version listed here. Poured with an ok white head and a bit of lace. Straw yellow color. With the full head picked up a pleasant fleeting aroma. Gone now; friends didn't pick it up. Flavor is basically sweet. And that's it. Body and carbonation is ok. Finsih is uh, yeah. Forgettable beer.

Photo of msubulldog25
3.4/5  rDev -0.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

A caged/corked 375 ml bottle, picked up several weeks back at John's Market. Poured to a champagne flute after a shitty Tuesday, one with too much work and more bad news (that wasn't so unexpected).

A: Clear, but not perfectly so. Bubbly, but not abundantly so. A slim, filmy head of snowy whiteness atop a golden brew. No lace, no real drama.

S: A fruity apple/pear kind of crispness in the nose. The warmer it gets, the stronger it grows; yeasty and sweet, yet not too over-the-top.

T: Orange, melon, a trace of raisin and spice. Malty though and through, sweet cereal. Spices (Belgian?) and a lingering dryness. Sweet and a little candied. It's funny but the wife said: "it's like Miller High Life"...ya' know 'the Champagne of Beers'. I can see that...

M: Clean, light and crisp. Not terribly fizzy - don't know whether that's intentional or the signs of age (no dating on the packaging).

D: Easy enough to drink...well, sip. Can't think of many times I've tried a beer of this style; it's certainly interesting, albeit one to nurse rather than have multiple glasses of. Give it a try! (but not one I have to go back to...)

edit: wow, first review for the style!

Photo of GCBrewingCo
3.68/5  rDev +7.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

(Labeled as a Champagne Lager)

The beer poured into the chalice crystal clear pale golden straw with a white and moderate head which was small bubbled and fell slowly to lace the glass.

The aroma was strongly spicy with pepper after first being poured. The aroma became slightly fruity with a crisp very, very lightly corny character and a subtle sweetness which brought to mind a light peach nature.

The flavor was light and crisp with a clean characteristic and a nice peppery spice presence. The hop present was very slightly earthy and mostly spicy. Some very light caramel flavor was notable but throughout the flavor was clean.

The finish was dry with only lasing light spicy pepper into the aftertaste. The body was medium with a moderate level of carbonation. Far too low in carbonation to be considered a Champagne and extremely clean in character. Might be close to a Double Pilsner with the clean lager character and higher alcohol content which leads to a light warming. If bottled in a brown bottle I'd probably list as a Malt Liquor. Not a bad beer at all, but not interesting enough to seek out.

750 ml corked and bailed bottle. $12.49 at The Good Beer Store in Chapel Hill, NC.

The back of the bottle says:
Double fermented to be twice the beer, Krait Prestige is a unique lager, specially brewed to be extra smooth, this champagne lager is fermented a second time in Belgium's world famous Rodenbach Brewery to bring out all the subtleties and character of it's fine ingredients. As a bottle conditioned beer, Krait Prestige contains a natural yeast sediment. Serve either perfectly settled or turn gently to impart a subtle fruit flavor. this noble beer is double fermented but we don't want you seeing double - sip it with respect and share it with friends.

Photo of BeerAdvocate
3.13/5  rDev -8.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

Review from Inaugural Issue of Beeradvocate Magazine.

Krait Prestige has been dubbed a "Champagne Lager," the first of its kind. Let the debating begin! It's brewed with a blend of barley, imported maize and rice. Anyone remember Champale? Well the guys over at Cobra Beer are pushing this one as a high-end brew. Let's give it a whirl.

Pale and bubbly, with crystal-clear, golden yellow color. The head didn't have a problem rising to the occasion, with a sea-foam lace. Light on the aroma, clean with fresh flowers, cooked corn and pale, powdery grain. Smooth up front, with a fuller body than we expected. Juicy, pale malt throws a refined honey-like sweetness at the taste buds then the alcohol fl ares with a wall of warmth. The adjunct flavor that becomes the dominant flavor is one you would typically find in American malt liquors. The alcoholic character feigns it as well. Faint floral and herbal notes show a kiss of complexity from the hops. Finishes with a boozy, malt liquor-esqe fume, lingering sweetness and a clean palate from the grain.

What this beer lacks in complexities and all-around unique flavor, it makes up for with originality, though that originality might be more in the marketing and packaging than the actual beer. KP being brewed at the same brewery as Rodenbach does not change the fact that this beer tastes like a malt liquor. Sure, a little bit more refined and clean, but packaging alone won't put more glam into a beer. Here's a little for our homies [pours some on the rug]. How about a barrel-aged Champagne Lager without the corn and rice? Now that would have been interesting, if not glamorous. We'll give 'em a "+" for creativity.

Photo of wedge
2.15/5  rDev -37.1%
look: 3 | smell: 2 | taste: 2 | feel: 3 | overall: 2

Pours a very slightly hazed yellow color with lots of carbonation forming a one-finger pure white head that eventually fizzles away. Funny, they mention bottle conditioning and sediment, but I poured the whole bottle and didn't see such things. Anyways, the aroma is faint pale fruits, a bit of pepper, and a slight corny sweetness. Also, something that reminds me of grape bubblegum. Tastes like a strong pale lager. The strength is noticeable though not from an outright alcoholic flavor. A brief flash of maltiness begins the flavor, but it vanishes into the sweet "gummy" syrup flavor. Not very much carbonation.

This "double fermented lager" obviously has nothing Belgian going on...at all. It's definately no Biere de Champagne, but even as a strong lager of sorts, there isn't much to like. Cheap beer dressed up as fancy beer. I'm glad we only got the small bottle at a discounted price. The mere fact that it's really called "King Cobra" frightens me a little bit.

Photo of sulldaddy
3.18/5  rDev -7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Got this in a deal with someone but cant remember who, sorry. I sampled at cellar temp poured into a snifter. The bottle opens with a pop and pours a bright clear gold color with a little sediment at the bottom. Aroma is grainy malt and some white grape. There is also a little booze the comes through on the nose.
A fizzy bleached white head rests on the surface and goes away fairly quickly.
First sip reveals an average to lite body and fine crisp carbonation.
Flavor is malty and some light fruit hints. But mostly clean lager malt hits that is very easy to drink. not overly complex and no hints of abv on the drinking part. A fairly straightforward beer. No flaws just didnt really excite me too much.

Photo of dsa7783
4.33/5  rDev +26.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

375 ML bottle copped caged and corked from Buy Rite on Oak Tree in South Plainfield...
"Double Fermented Superior Lager Beer Crafted in Belgium" on the front logo...
Great, cloudy, straw-colored, golden appearance with a giant foamy and frothy head that left a small amount of lacing... Heavy rising carbonation visible behind a lucid, clear, appearance...
Sweet, golden-honey aroma bursting with vanilla, caramel, and sweeet, candied sugars...
Taste strongly represented the aroma, with a strong suggestion of a champagne-like beer with huge carbonation detectable on the tongue, a nice, attaractive, sweet, honey-lager flavor bursting with clarity and style... Great flavor, easily drinkable, without the slightest detection of the 8% ABV... I know many people tend to give this beer mixed reviews, but I particularly liked this one...
Recommended...

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Krait Prestige from Cobra Beer Partnership Limited
79 out of 100 based on 56 ratings.