Turks Head Lager - Turks Head Brewery
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Ratings: 31 | Reviews: 8 | Display Reviews Only:
3.53/5 rDev +33.7%
Light, refreshing, crisp, clean.
It's not Corona - it's not supposed to be.
It's not Carib - it's not supposed to be.
It's Turks' Head.
No heavy aftertaste, no heavy head, no bitterness.
The white sands of T&C have the domain of this pour to themselves.
Would love to have this up North of the 44th, but sadly, cannot.
Great with a wedge of lemon, and the local conch-fritters.
Don't like? Don't drink.
05-31-2014 23:04:11 | More by Koopdad
3.11/5 rDev +17.8%
12oz clear bottle served in a pint glass
A - Pours a golden pale color with a thick bright white head. Very active carbonation along with stellar head retention. Great looking beer.
S - Pale malts, grassy hops, light cereal grains, chalky yeast.
T - Like the nose, pale malts, slightly grainy, has a light cereal sweetness to it. Grassy hops add some bitterness, slightly salty on the finish.
M - Full carbonation, body has to heft to it but its light and clean.
I was pleasantly surprised by this beer. Having this fresh, im sure makes a big difference. It's light, refreshing, and actually not offensive. I've definatley had worse lagers this week.
07-23-2013 16:02:15 | More by StaveHooks
2.95/5 rDev +11.7%
Had this a few times while in the Turks and Caicos...
A: Pours from the bottle a light, clear, gold with a minimal white head which leaves no lace; while this isn't the best looking beer, I suppose its a pretty good example of the style.
S: Not much; maybe some wet paper / graininess; maybe a touch of corn.
T: Not much to it; very light grainy malts and some dry, slightly bitter hops on the end; kind of tastes like Bud and Corona mixed together.
M: Light-bodied; high carbonation; a good thirst quencher.
O: Not the best looking, smelling or tasting lager I've had, but it is pretty darn refreshing down in the Turks and Caicos; for that reason, I'm giving its overall score a little bump - plus, I'd rather have the local stuff than Bud Light, Corona, etc.
07-09-2012 14:31:49 | More by jpro
1.6/5 rDev -39.4%
A: thin head on a mustard yellow clear body.
S: minimal aroma. Mostly typical pale malts of an adjunct lager with a musty/bitter note.
T: grand turk is a nice island but they can keep their lager.
M: light body and high carbonation. Surpisingly dry finish which greatly affects drinkability/refreshing character which is usually the only redeeming quality of this genre.
Overall: always glad to try new beers. This one will likely have my lowest review however
04-30-2012 14:01:19 | More by kylehay2004
Turks Head Lager from Turks Head Brewery
68 out of 100 based on 31 ratings.