Thankfully, one of the first quality European beers imported to America in the ’70s. Its iconoclastic ‘skunk-y’ whiff (usually a distinct drawback due to light-stricken beer bottles) re-enforces the bitter hop prominence and prickly yeast pungency, easing down the throat with an ultra smooth water texture. Still beats all mainstream American lagers for quality. Note: In the faddish bomber can, skunked yeast funk pushed back for sickly cloy nature ruining original essence.

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