BeerCritic


Okocim Jasne Pelne Premium Lager
02/17/2009, 4:29 AM
Filed under: lager (lager glass), Okocim

ABV: 5.5%
Calories: 200
Volume: 16.9 fl oz
Glass: 500 ml pilsner
Purchased at: Sherwood Liquors
Price per fl oz: $3 / 16.9 fl oz = $.17 per fl oz
Consumed at: Home

sensory first impression: Pale and clear to a fault, but a clean, grassy aroma is nice. Head seems artificially stimulated, and looks soapy. Taste is very smooth with a nice crisp aftertaste. Action happens all over the mouth. A bit chemical in taste. Head is kind of rocky, but dissipates quickly. Bright white head on a pale yellow to clear body. Not bad, but not very good either. Too smooth, lacking character.

Aroma/Olfactory:
Malt flavor is: caramel, hay, and grass.
Hop flavor is: lightly floral, dried herbaceous, weak tea.
Yeast flavor is: dusty, leathery, very dry
Other flavors include: vegetables, medicine, corn, soap.

Visuals/Appearance:
Color is: pale, light clear to yellow.
Liquid is: clear, immaculate, clean.
Head and lace are: bumpy, to minimal, white

Taste/Flavor:
Maltiness or Sweetness level is: very light
Hoppiness or Bitterness level is: none.
Sour level is: none.

Palate/Tactile:
Body or Mouthfeel is: light. Swiggable, but not very drinkable.
Texture is: thin, thin, thin.
Carbonation is: soft to flat
Finish is: lightly astringent, and short lived.

Overall experience: Just not a very good beer. Good scent, weak on almost all other counts. No bad flavor, no good flavor, no flavor at all.


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