Just like you, but different
It’s called simply “Beer”. In a can.
330ml can, 4.8% ABV and 1.25 standard drink units in NZ. around 140 calories in this.
Pilsner malt, Saaz hops and Czech yeast. That’s it.
Sometimes simple is exactly what you want.
Why bother dressing it up?
It is what it is.
Garage Project are good at the edges and not so flash in the middle, so not a lot of hope in this, but I’m sure it’ll be passable.
Popping a can of beer, it’s been a while, Aroma seems ok.
Decent colour, muted aroma, nice head, good lacing
But it is what it is, a pale lager, which essentially is lightly flavoured, low intrusion beer.
Nice and cold and inviting you to have another.
I’m enjoying it as a refreshing drink, as a headlining drink, nothing to see here move along.
You could probably drink a lot of this and the end result would be you’ve spent a premium amount of money on a middle of the road brew that is a lot like a lot of domestic mass produced drinking.
Fair play to them it’s very clever marketing and possibly a good way to use up a few ingredients that they might have had on hand. Nothing ventured nothing gained.
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 7 a of its things from the thing. If you get given one of these as a ‘comedy gift’ it’ll be ok because it’s drinkable and you won’t be offended.
The double dip review
The colour of pale lager ranges from light bronze to nearly transparent and the alcohol anywhere from 4-6%. Adjunct usage may be quite high, though in some cases the beer is all-malt. Carbonation is typically forced, though not always. One thing that doesnt vary is that neither the malt nor the hops make much of an impression on the palate. These beers are brewed for minimum character, though faint traces of hop or malt may show through. More likely though is that adjuncts like corn will show through, or you’ll find notes of higher alcohols (fuel notes) due to the use of high-gravity brewing. The body will be thin and watery, and the finish is typically non-existent.