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Alexander Keith's Premium White

Beer Style: 
Wheat beer
Serving Style.: 
341 ml. bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5% abv.
Where Purchased?: 
Beer Store
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Alexander Keith's Premium White

Pours a golden color with a clumpy white head. Slightly cloudy like most wheat beers but that is where the similarity ends.
Aroma has a bit of citrus from the hops but mostly the smell of corn.
It starts out with a spice and citrus taste that deteriorates due to the corn. I like corn on the cob and canned or frozen corn but I'm not too impressed with corn in my beer. They could have done better.

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Berthold Keller Premium Lager

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
500 ml. can
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Berthold Keller Premium Lager

Pours gold with a thick clumpy white head.
Just a hint of malt in the aroma and nothing else. That scares me.
Mouth feel is quite rich and creamy. Nice surprise.
Kind of sweet at the start with some spice lingering on the tongue in the middle and a sharp hop finish.
What do you get when you take a Bavarian and raise him in Belgium to become a Brewmaster? A darn fine beer. No Euro-Lager this!
At $1.95 Canadian this is a steal.

Berthold Keller Premium Lager

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Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
500 ML Can
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Berthold Keller Premium Lager

OK, ya got a first name of Beer (Berthold) and a last name of Cellar (Keller) and this is given as the name of the brewmaster. Seems a bit to much for me, more like some marketing genius???

Oh well, lets try to be fair.

Pours a very clear, light amber colour, your standard Beer colour. A very vigorous pour gave a thick and rocky head. It was pretty short lived.
A faint earthy and grassy aroma. A relatively full mouthfeel, fairly smooth and creamy.
Taste is full of hay and grass with a light citrus and earth bitterness. Not too bad at all, and a lot better than your standard mainstream euro-lager.
The finish is mostly hay and it lingers quite nicely.
All in all this is not all that bad. If you like a grass and hay tasting beer this is a good one, and if you are not sure if that is the taste you want in a beer this is a good one to start with since it is not overpowering but is a good mild example.

Beer tasted pleasant but the after effects are horrendous. Having only had two pints, the next day, my head is swimming, eyes can't see straight (no headache), never ever experienced anything like this. My drinking partner feels the same, woke up thinking his liver had packed up. I am a seasoned beer drinker with an acquired taste - beware.

This is a tasty beer. Easy to drink and no super-hangover as others have claimed. My new favorite to pick up from LCBO.

One of the 12 beers you had must have been bad!

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