Kaiser Pils - Kaiser Bräu GmbH & Co KG
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Ratings: 4 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
1.23/5 rDev -46.3%
Serving type: can, severly chilled (1-2 degrees Celsius)
Despite not being able to rank this any higher than a 1.0, I kind of... respect this beer, funny as it may sound. It's basically fizzy yellow water with a little malt and hops in the background, and its only real purpose is to get bums drunk. It does that perfectly: being very watery and virtually tasteless, it's also very refreshing on a hot day like today and you could easily chug gallons of the stuff while getting tanked in the process.
Let's cut the crap and face facts: except for the occasional curious beer taster, nobody's going to pick this from the shelves at 39 eurocents a can except for alcoholics. In fact, I saw one purchasing a 24-pack as I bought mine in the local supermarket today. As a beer for alcoholics, it does its job with splendor.
The only real gripes I have with this beer (since I clearly had no real expectations of it), is that it went completely flat after 5 minutes. I'd also never drink more than one because of its highly chemical content.
Since it wasn't disgusting enough to pour down the drain, I had to chug it back quickly before its slightly more rancid taste profiles (malt/yeast/metal stink) came to the forefront too much when heating up at room temperature.
05-24-2012 21:48:52 | More by Dennoman
1.85/5 rDev -19.2%
Many artificial flavors in this beer that tastes unmistakably water. Note, however, a slight bitterness in the finish, although very few interesting and easy to drink with his gentleness and especially its insignificance. Unsavory, she deserves to come back at a price almost cheaper than water.
01-17-2010 10:57:56 | More by ThaCreep
3.58/5 rDev +56.3%
Appearance: Golden yellow color. Very clear. Poured with one finger of dense head, which left on about a minute, leaving just a bit of lacing.
Smell: Grassy, a little hops aroma.
Taste: Sharp hops bite right up front. After the bitterness eases off, there is a little flavor from those hops. Not much contribution from the malt.
Mouthfeel: Medium-bodied. About the right amount of carbonation. Crisp, dry finish.
Overall: I was pleasantly surprised, tasting this after having read the previous review. This seems like a good example of the style. I would drink it again.
04-05-2011 12:57:41 | More by dbaker61
Kaiser Pils from Kaiser Bräu GmbH & Co KG
- out of 100 based on 4 ratings.