Tyskie Ksiazece - Tyskie Browary Książęce (SABMiller)
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2.85/5 rDev -4%
This beer is not a bad session beer. I can appreciate the balanced malty taste of this one and can pound back quite a few given the occasion, and certainly enjoy it. In it's category, it has a little bit to learn but it actually is not a bad Polish Macro-Lager and hits the spot very nicely. I would buy this beer again, but not as my first choice. The nose is neutral, slightly skunky like many other Eastern Euro-Lagers. The taste is the redeemer however as it is quite decent compared to other Polish Lagers I have had the privilege to try. The colour is light golden yellow as it poured into my Czech Pilsener glass. The mouthfeel was slightly hoppy and had a slight bitter taste to it. This beer is overall, not bad for it's category!
08-28-2009 05:06:59 | More by RyanBelle
3.48/5 rDev +17.2%
a european macro...pretty good though. poured with decent head. settled quickley. good carbonation. nice smell. grains and some hop... good taste a good lager substitute for american macros much more taste than the domestics. surpising a little lace on my glass.
suckem up and movem out.
giblet...not sure what the 1629 is...is that an establish date...
06-09-2008 21:55:58 | More by giblet
2.95/5 rDev -0.7%
No head would last, a completly flat golden yellow appearence. Sparse bubbles. An agreeable malty aroma, but soft, you have to sniff hard to really find it. Light bodied, especially timid in the taste. Very airy mouthfeel, not much texture either. Still, a refreshing pils - in fact, quite refreshing. Hardly enough here to review, but certainly enough for me to enjoy it all the same.
06-23-2006 11:14:03 | More by biegaman
Tyskie Ksiazece from Tyskie Browary Książęce (SABMiller)
- out of 100 based on 7 ratings.