Perlenbacher Premium Pils - Mauritius Brauerei
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Reviews by Dentist666:
3.03/5 rDev +15.2%
ABV 4.9. Brewed under Reinheitsgebot.
Light clear golden with decent head, nose is sour and plain, very strong hop notes, very simple grain taste with extraneous metallic tone. Drinkable and nothing special, and of course no artificials at all, refreshes perfectly!
06-28-2010 14:31:49 | More by Dentist666
More User Reviews:
3.55/5 rDev +35%
A Very Refreshing beer for an extremely good price. When you compare the price of 6 bottles to all other beer's in Ireland, it beats them all. It is very similar to the more mainstream Lagers (Carlsberg, Stella Artois, Miller), but I find it to be a bit more tangy and fizzy.
It seems to get a bad rep from the 'Beer Experts' I suppose but it's a beer that after a days work, I could easily get down a few of these and anyone can do it for the very cheap price.
02-02-2014 18:00:14 | More by Alexnzx
United Kingdom (England)
3.25/5 rDev +23.6%
28th September 2012: dodgy lager/pilsner tasting (at home).
0.5 litre bottle purchased in a local Lidl store: best before 05/2013, the bottle was poured (three times) into my lovely old DAB funny shaped mini tankard.
Mid-range pilsner gold; clear, clean and bright. A full crown of white foam capped it off nicely, sadly in typical pilsner style that head soon fell away to a thin wispy covering and a collar.
No aroma at all, gets my standard 3 score for a non-smelling lager/pilsner.
This is a dry, refreshing and fairly bitter pilsner and not bad at all: would never have known it was a cheap supermarket brew unless I'd bought it myself.
Pleasantly surprised by the quality to be honest: it was up against a can of 'Galahad' and a bottle of 'Fosters Gold', I told you at the begining it was a dodgy lager/pilsner tasting!
10-02-2012 12:09:56 | More by BlackHaddock
2.35/5 rDev -10.6%
Drank fro my Duvel tulip.
A - Pours a golden colour with a frothy white head that dies quickly.
S - Small grain not much else.
T - Small grain and a littel hop but nothing much.
M - Light body and medium carbonation.
O - This is a pretty average brew.
04-17-2011 06:09:33 | More by eric5bellies
2.43/5 rDev -7.6%
250ml bottle. Lager glass. Enjoyed on sep´12. Pale gold in color, crystal clear appearance. White froth, brief crown. Earthy aromas & adjuncts to the nose. Flavor is slightly bitter. Light body, medium to high carbonation. Neither acidity nor off-flavors are shown so drinkability is ok. A pretty correct macro.
02-05-2013 04:31:29 | More by GONZALOYANNA
3.2/5 rDev +21.7%
Bought at Lidl, this beer is especially made for them. Bottle, 500 ml. It pours a golden yellow colour, with a medium size head of one finger.
Nice smell of malts with a very slight trace of corn.
Nothing special on the taste front, just some slight bitterness, but nothing to be remembered.
Medium thickness and carbonation on the body.
An average beer, but I'll give it an overall of 3.5 because of its drinkability.
02-28-2012 19:16:13 | More by Douberd
United Kingdom (England)
4.7/5 rDev +78.7%
Lovely beer with a great presentation, I would definitely recommend this liquor as it leaves a taste after it has been drank but the taste is really nice along with a nice texture and goes down really well leaving me wanting more.
If you were to drink this liquor then you would definitely be satisfied.
05-29-2014 22:23:50 | More by Peall324
2.95/5 rDev +12.2%
I will not write a full review on this one, but I do want to note that it is not as bad as the price would suggest. It combines fresness and biterness well, and when you serve it cold on a hot summer day, it will do the job. You will be refreshed. I like it better than a lot pricier lagers.
06-08-2014 17:45:12 | More by arthurspoor
1.2/5 rDev -54.4%
Appearance: Poured from a bottle into an Irish pub style (real) pint glass in low altitude Galway, Ireland, on September 20th 2010. Pours a urine gold with a three finger head. Head is thin and pathetic. This is not an appealing beer.
Smell: A weak scent of amateur barley mixed with water. (Thank Christ it's weak!)
Taste: A fizzy garbage opening of what's left of the dying head, followed by a note of watery barley. At least the flavour is somewhat muted by the water. Finish is a slight uprise of dry bitterness. Who decided to give this beer a "Premium" epithet? It is better than most American macros. I'd like to taste less carbonation, see a better, thicker head, and taste less water.
Mouthfeel: Overly wet and a bad mix of coarse and thin. Abysmal.
Drinkability: Wouldn't buy it again if it were half the price. This beer needs serious work.
09-20-2010 19:05:54 | More by kojevergas
3/5 rDev +14.1%
Poured from a 500 ml bottle into my pint tasting glass. A light golden colour with minimal head but some lacing. Lots of bubbles. Picked this up at Lidl in Puerto for about $1. Bottle claims 4.9% contrary to 4.7% shown above. Smell is mild malts and that is about it-also, some metallic smell and taste. Taste is mild-basically macrolager taste of barley malt. Not very sophisticated. Mild hops. Mouth feel is bubbly and light. Drinkability is okay-if it tasted better. Probably won't seek this out or pick from a grab-bag again.
10-25-2010 16:58:58 | More by jhtipton
2.23/5 rDev -15.2%
look: the beer pours a clear yellow-copper color with almost no head
smell: malts and grain
taste: malts, grain with some hops in the aftertaste. Bit skunk as well
mouthfeel: high carbonation, thin body
overall: not much taste. Beer is skunked, why is it sold in a light green-light brown bottle...
07-31-2011 17:50:39 | More by rvdoorn
1.88/5 rDev -28.5%
Picked this up in Lidl. A friend of mine just likes flat/light beers.... well excellent choice I made. Warm day, thirsty, let's open one.
A: Light yellow... thanks to the addition of artificial colorants. BOOH!!!
S: Light grains and hops.
T: Same, hops, grains nothing shocking.
M: Medium carbonation, very watery.
D: I was thirsty so this one did its job. Water could've done it too. Not worth the money! And I hate artificials, hence the 1 for appearance.
08-16-2009 14:49:49 | More by PapaEugene
Perlenbacher Premium Pils from Mauritius Brauerei
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