Finkbräu De Luxe
Brewed by Oettinger Brauerei
Style: Pale Lager
Finkbräu De Luxe, another Lidl special. Special in that its dirt cheap, catering for students and those that are skint, you can get a bottle for about 50 cents, or less depending on where you are.
Brewed by Oettinger Brauerei, a brewery giant from the small town of Oettingen in Bavaria, Germany who have a long history, dating back to the year 1731.
With most brands selling nationwide, Oettinger Brauerei have a reputation for offering a wide range of beers and soft drinks on the low price range, and for mostly getting involved in the retail sector. These low prices have made them a hit, with the brewery one of the main market leaders in the country.
Review: 25 cl Bottle of Finkbräu De Luxe: ABV: 4.5%
The Lidl France special that’s as cheap as shit.
On pour a good creamy head appears but which dies a death. The beer has a lovely clear yellow colour. Quite a bit of fizziness, and didn’t have any lacing.
Aroma is a typical beery smell, a strong smell of sweet grains, which I liked.
There was little or no taste, or at least nothing I could discern. A slight initial taste found at the start, of hops, but fell flat on the mouth. Also was a bit dry in the mouth, no taste at all, disappointing. No real stand out taste here, some malt and hop flavors but mostly watery.