Sapporo Reserve - Sapporo Breweries Ltd.
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Ratings: 298 | Reviews: 168 | Display Reviews Only:
2.59/5 rDev -19.8%
poured into my Blue Moon pilsner glass and immediately got 9 inches of head. I mean foam. waited. then poured some more. I can smell corn. frothy head. not special in any regard. why do I do this to myself? I have a cellar full of really good stuff and yet I buy this turd, and others.... it said "all malt" so I was intrigued.... it 'piqued' my curiosity... wish it were only 12 oz instead of this.... holy crap this can is 22oz!!!
first drink is bland, bitter, sweet, corn-y. immediately tells my brain to order pizza. now I know why- bland bread carbs to wipe out nasty taste... but hey! everyone gave them a 75 in the ratings! that's better than the other swill I have left. I ought to just switch over to whiskey now while i'm still in a good mood...
wait! "brewed and canned in Ontario Canada...." WTF??? darned Canadians.,....
03-15-2014 22:14:57 | More by pkalix
3/5 rDev -7.1%
Poured into a shaker pint glass.
Look: Not quite crystal clear golden color. Fizzy white head the calms to a film, no lacing.
Aroma: Sweet rice, grains up front. Smelled metallic at first but much better after the beer settled for a few minutes.
Taste: Starts out a bit metallic, sour, and rough. As the beer warms, it seems to mellow out into cardboard, papery grains, and just a little bit of a metallic finish.
Mouthfeel: Almost creamy, but has too much bite on the finish.
Overall: A bit rough around the edges, the flavor seemed to change from the first sip to the last. Didn't really care for the inconsistency.
02-14-2014 21:10:26 | More by JuicesFlowing
3.51/5 rDev +8.7%
Overall, this is a good tasting beer; nice malt flavors with some hop notes. The color is somewhat between a yellow and orange color, very appealing color for a beer.
The biggest issue, in my opinion, is that it is very flat tasting. There was no head after pouring this beer and I see no signs of carbonation within the glass. This leaves something desired on the palate when drinking.
12-29-2013 21:43:39 | More by JDababneh
Sapporo Reserve from Sapporo Breweries Ltd.
75 out of 100 based on 298 ratings.