Leo Beer - Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd
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United Kingdom (Scotland)
1.84/5 rDev -33.3%
630ml Bottle in Koh Phangnan, Thailand (48 Baht):
Clear straw coloured with a thin, foamy white head that disappeared rather quickly. There is some minimal lacing left on the glass too but not a lot.
Faint adjuncts start things off, followed by some lager malts and a corn with a hint of skunk. The aroma is incredibly faint and hard to detect.
Light malts and some faint, grassy hops along with a watery taste and touches of bitterness. There isn't much going on with this one really and it's your typical, mass-produced Asian lager.
Light & thin bodied with a sort of watery feel and minimal bitterness. Smooth and quite wet at the end but also very bland.
Not a great beer at all and sadly a lot worse than I remember it being from the last time I was in Thailand although that may just be down to my tastes changing a lot since then. The beer was too thin and watery with both the aroma and taste coming across as too faint.
09-06-2013 09:14:36 | More by flyingpig
3.43/5 rDev +24.3%
Clear medium yellow colour with an average, frothy, good lacing, medium lasting, white head. Aroma is a light malt, toasted, sweet corn - and of cooked vegetables. Flavour is moderate sweet and lightly bitter with a average duration, with a corn like after taste. Body is light medium, texture is watery to oily, carbonation is light. Not too bad but I was thirsty for something other than abc stout on a hot 39C day.
06-15-2012 01:28:09 | More by stoutman
3.7/5 rDev +34.1%
A: Golden yellow, tones of carbonation, small white fuzzy head which fades to nothing in a couple minutes.
S: Smells of malt, hops, some skunk, reminds me of Pabst to some degree, and some cheap Chinese lagers.
T: Taste pretty much follows the nose, but its better than I expected. Malt, some hops, some skunk but very mild, some Pabst Blue Ribbon like taste (kind of a slight sweet Jello- like taste) but it passes way faster than Pabst’s would, and gives a nice yeasty pizzeria aftertaste.
M: Highly carbonated, light body.
O: Not bad for a cheap Thai beer. Would go well anything an American Adjunct would, but would be best with Thai food and salty snacks to fit its country of origin.
06-13-2012 13:33:46 | More by patre_tim
Leo Beer from Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd
68 out of 100 based on 51 ratings.