"Beer makes you feel the way you ought to feel without beer." -Henry Lawson

Wednesday, 14 December 2011


   Kingfisher (4.8%)

Kingfisher BeerTastes like fabricated lies. Golden in colour. However, as a beer this isn't surprising. Unimpressive and deceiving, like a shoddy rickshaw driver. Would I recommend this? Jesus no. Flavours reminiscent of a slum dwellers kurta - sweaty and slummy. Not for Bollywood and not for Bob. 

Rating: Stomach Churning Fermentation/Tear Beers

Saturday, 17 September 2011

Rogue Dead guy ale

Rogue Dead guy ale (6.5%)

Smells like an old cluttered musky room. With something rotting, hidden (possibly a dead guy), but not overpowering enough to find it. Its just.. there. First taste is confusingly pleasant. It tastes like it smells, if that's possible. I'm not quite sure it is. Unremember that last sentence. Has a golden-orange colour, and  is very smooth. This is a bold beer to make, and I like that. I like that a lot.

Rating: Stamp of Approval/One Scrumptious Solution

Beer Lao

  Beer Lao (5.0%)

Bang of Bangkok off it. Tastes like boring. Similar to the sensations and taste experienced while licking a dictionary. As enjoyable and stimulating as a trip to a box factory - one with not a ping pong in sight. This bland lager does Asian beers a disservice to be honest. Hand me a Chang any day over this, I'd rather have indigestion than bored and disgruntled taste buds.

Rating: Stomach Churning Fermentation/Tear Beers

Thursday, 18 August 2011

Brugse Zot

Brugse Zot (6.0%)

Nice label, (It's a Joking Van Persie Jester!) This beer has an initial cloudy look but is fresh and crisp.It's an interesting full flavoured beer that is fizzy and refreshing. It's typically Belgian and smells leathery in a good way. Simply put, it's a nice drink. Jean-Claude Mc Damme (a.k.a Timecop) should be advertising this, instead of Coors.

Rating: Stamp of Approval