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BEER INFO

Brewed by:
Lech Browary Wielkopolski (SABMiller)
Poland
kp.pl

Style: Euro Pale Lager

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 5.20%

Availability: Year-round

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Added by BlackHaddock on 08-29-2006

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Ranking:
#44,359
Reviews:
82
Ratings:
206
pDev:
17.79%
Bros Score:
3.02
 
 
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A – Light golden colour with lots of CO2 activity in the glass. Two finger head of light foam that dies quickly and leaves little lacing.

S – A lot of malt aroma with a slight vinegar chip smell.

T – A lot of heavy malt flavour with some bitter hop bite but generally this is pretty straight forward and not very interesting.

MF – Medium body with astringent and metallic elements and a cloying finish.

O – Drinkable but not very exciting

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Poured from can. Can’t really detect much of an aroma, maybe a bit floral. Pours clear and pale. The slightest hint of bitterness. Light and thin, with average carbonation. Overall, not that great, but still somewhat refreshing on a hot day.

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Can: a standard macro-esque 500mL big green can.

Aroma: pours a fairly flat amber yellow with light but steady carbonation. A one-finger white head with patchy, sporadic lacing. Looks... flaccid.

Appearance: pours a fairly flat amber yellow with light but steady carbonation. A one-finger white head with patchy, sporadic lacing. Looks... flaccid.

Taste: smells of a fairly typical massively macro Euro lager - musky malts and some light grains and hops. Okay.

Aftertaste: follows the nose - I really couldn't pick this out from a row of other macro Euro lagers. Reasonable, but not mind-blowing. Nothing to set it out from the rest.

Mouth feel: drops away pretty quickly as expected. Just a touch of grass hops.

Overall: a standard Euro lager - acceptable but not mind blowing. I only bought a can of it, but apparently Dan Murphy's sells it for $36 for a case of 24 x 500mL - making it the cheapest beer by far.

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Lech Premium from Lech Browary Wielkopolski (SABMiller)
Beer rating: 2.98 out of 5 with 206 ratings
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