Heineken Lager Beer

September 25, 2006 at 10:23 am 1 comment

If i see a beer in a green bottle is very rare that i like it. This is not a big brew. Is a comercial brand that have a lot of marketing and people like it by that. This beer is Euro Pale Lager from Netherlands as you know and is make by Heineken Brewery.

It have a good taste,nothing to be impress about,is good if you want to have more than one. The appearance is a light yellow ,is smell like regular beer. the beer comes in bottles,can and keg cans that are cans thats looks like Kegs.

Is a good beer to enjoy but Respect th 5% of alcohol…..heineken

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  • 1. Rusty  |  July 19, 2009 at 11:40 am

    The only thing wrong with heineken is the temperature when consumed. For many years i had wondered about the bland and bloated feel of ingestion whilst swilling this brew.

    It had occured to me that when delivered in the majority of ale houses that this brand name is warm off the tap. I do not know if any beer is recommended at tepid room temp however if so , this should not be one of them.

    Here is the correct way to consume Heineken.

    Purchase a large bottle from a supermarket , the large 600 ml type.

    Place within the freezer compartment of your utility refridgerator and allow to chill for 30 minutes.

    Serve alongside a hot curry and really enjoy one of the greatest experiences of manhood.

    Heineken is my favourite bottled buddy.

    Sorry could not resist to comment.

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