365 Drinks: #76 Khevsuruli Pale Lager (Georgia)

Khevsuruli Pale Lager

 

Khevsuruli Pale Lager

Play me the song of your people

After quite a heavy night yesterday, the waking up wasn’t as pleasant. Especially because our plan was to make a move to Armenia today. And we didn’t book any hotel. So we got up and sat on our laptops to sort out a plan. While doing that, Semi tried to get an Armenian eVisa. But the website crashed. So panic was in the air. She had to go to the embassy in Tbilisi to get it sorted as soon as possible so we don’t miss our date on the Iranian border. So we booked a room in Tbilisi for the night. After arriving in Tbilisi, a short visit to the embassy and a bit of research, it turns out that visa on arrival is available. Long story short. It was time for a beer.

I got myself a Khevsuruli pale lager. The beer came in an awesomely designed bottle that reminded me of a Norwegian style jumper. It had a strong malty flavor, a clear golden body and was quite foamy. The taste was very malty, sweet and had flavours that reminded me of a metal tank. With 4.9% it also didn’t reach the magic 5% hurdle. It was the only drink I had that day and it is definitely not my type of beer.

Always do your research, and never leave visas till the last minute!! 😉 😉 😉

4

The Breakdown


Aroma
5
Taste
3
Drinkability
4
Alcoholic punch
4



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