BeerCritic


Lezajsk 1525 Jasne Pelne
09/10/2008, 5:20 AM
Filed under: Uncategorized

Brewer and Brand: Lezajsk 1525 Jasne Pelne

ABV: 5.5%
Calories: estimated 200
Stored in: 16.9 fl oz
Served in: tulip
Purchased at: Sherwood Liquors, Ewing, NJ
Price: $2.50
Price per fl oz $2.50/ 16.9 fl oz = $.14 per fl oz.
Consumed at: home

Aroma and Flavor: 6

Malts – Grain Hay Straw and light with Caramel and vanilla overtones. Not complex, but above average compared to american pils.
Hops – Flowery, Grassy. Tarry Pine, Resinous.
Yeast – Moldy, a bit dusty.
Miscellaneous – Plum Charcoal Honey and Brown sugar Vegetable (corn) not very sticky.

Appearance : 3

Head – Pours to a rocky creamy white head. Lacy with a wispy short lived head.
Body – Clarity sparkling and very clear yellow. slight gold tinge.

Flavor : 7

Initial flavor is nice, sweet, with a bit of hops at the end, but not bitter. Won’t stand up to anything, food wise, but a very nice beer.
Finish – sweet middling finish – not bad at all.

Palate : 3

Body – Light.
Texture – Watery Syrupy
Carbonation – Soft but visible
Finish – light to moderate
Alcohol – very little

Overall Score: 16
Comments: A surprisingly good beer – not my favorite type, but very enjoyable. Not deep or complex, but warming, and tasty.
I liked: The after taste, the slight hoppiness, and the sweetness. The aroma is nice, if tame.
I did not like: the slight watery theme, the lackluster color, and the lack of head.

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