I've been a beer lover for as long as I can remember. I have little formal training (I have taken a beer appreciation course), and I do not possess a "sophisticated palate". I simply know what I like and why. My tastes range from lagers to porters and everything in between. This blog is a collection of reviews, as well as a platform for my thoughts on all things beer. Cheers!
Sunday, 9 December 2012
Hailing from Lezajsk, Poland, Lezajsk is a pale lager. It's brewed by Browar Lezajsk and sold in 500mL bottles. It checks in at 5.5% alcohol.
Lezajsk pours a lovely clear golden colour. It's fizzy with a cloud of white head. It has the conventional pale lager aroma. It has a surprisingly smooth mouthfeel. Thin malt and grain flavours are backed with a decently bitter finish.
Truth be told, I found this beer to be a bit on the thin side. When I saw the rich colour and the slightly elevated alcohol content, I was hoping for a bit more flavour. On the plus side, it is extremely easy-drinking.