Ratskrone Premium Pilsner
Brewed by Brauerei Moninger GmbH
Difficult to figure out where exactly this beer is from or who brews it, as its under licence and and specifically brewed for the German supermarket chain, Edeka stores, who are mainly based in Hamburg.
I might be wrong, but I think it is brewed and produced mainly by the German Hatz-Moninger brewery from Karlsruhe, under license. The beers are mainly sold in six packs and are popular amongst discount buyers!
Review: Can of Ratskrone Premium Pilsner: ABV: 4.7% (Some regions 4.9%)
Brewed according to the German purity law, like all German beers, but nice enough to remind us on the can! But its a very cheap discount beer bought from Aldi, so lets see……
Has the appearance of a clear golden yellow colour beer with a nice fluffy white head, ok looking, not bad.
Good beery smell, grainy and malty
Bit of a spicy taste initially, very sweet!!
Good enough mouthfalls I guess but overall not great at all, not much at all to get excited about.
Ok, but just too watery with little hint of alcohol, just a hint of the malts and grains.
Not much taste, bit metallic in the end.
Tasteless overall, and bland.
A discount beer, yes, but there are good discount beers out there so just cause its dead cheap doesn’t mean it should taste rubbish.
This really wasn’t great. Avoid!
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