Brewed in a small Czech village near Prague and named after the billy-goat, Velkopopovický Kozel Premium is a clear, golden bohemian-style lager with medium carbonation. It creates a fresh, grainy and flowery aroma with subtle earthy tones when poured.
Velkopopovický Kozel Premium provides a creamy mouthfeel and a crisp, dry and bitter taste that carries a notable sour bite. The lager finishes with a smooth, honey-like sweetness. There are no adjuncts used in the brewing process, only water, barely malt and hop extract.
This unique brew from the Better Bitters Brewing Company in Burlington, Ontario is the perfect compliment to a light snack. Nickel Brook Green Apple Pilsner blends light beer with a surprisingly natural green apple flavour to create a crisp and refreshing treat. It has a slightly cloudy appearance, golden wheat colour and creates a very small, short-lived head when poured.
Nickel Brook Green Apple Pilsner has an unsurprisingly strong green apple aroma. It has a crisp and bitter taste with a hint of sweetness and an almost sour finish that gets balanced by hops. This slight hop finish is really the only trace of beer taste that I get from this pilsner. Thankfully the brewers have achieved a great taste balance between sweet and sour and the green apple flavour is not overbearing like in a cider or wine cooler.
This rich amber-coloured pale ale that originated in Leeds at a brewery founded in 1822 tastes anything but light. Tetley’s Smooth Flow is brewed by Carlsberg UK with three simple ingredients and its quality is evident from the moment you pour it.
Tetley’s Smooth Flow uses a pressurized insert to create a thick, creamy beige head that lingers until the end of your glass. The ale produces a savoury aroma of hops and syrup. Its woody, malty, roasted nut flavour has hints of black tea and gives way to a mildly bitter, crisp and slightly dry finish.