A crisp Pilsner-style lager from London’s lower-alcohol pioneers
At a moderate 2.1% ABV, this lager should, in theory at last, be the perfect lager for The Light Drinker – a reduced or lower alcohol lager that allows us to quaff away, enjoying a light buzz of alcohol without having to think too much about the consequences, health or hangover-wise. Popping off the cap yields fresh citrusy florals to the nose and the pour, like much else here, is typically Pilsner-like – a bright white foam that quickly falls away. In the mouth it’s all fizzy lemon freshness with a hint of biscuit base – very crisp and pleasant but it doesnt develop much and slips down the throat in a slightly one-note way. Even the undeniable bite of alcohol, doesn’t significantly enhance the taste experience. It’s all perfectly pleasant, but there are low and no alcohol lagers out there with a lot more flavour and a lot less alcohol. Still, if you’re looking for a refreshing beer that will give you a buzz, just less of one, this certainly fits the bill
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