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Warsteiner Brauerei

Warsteiner Premium Lemon

Be afraid, be very afraid! I would imagine that many Germans are utterly appalled by this! Interesting purchase; $0.99 for this bottle, and $0.99 for the cola and the orange versions , BUT I purchased all three along with a Stone RIS! I was wondering if the purchase would be noticed at the register of Duluth Fine Wines and Beer (I had my doubts), BUT it was! Comments on the "interesting" nature of the combo were encouraging; somebody noticed! Pour is a VERY alarming, bright, lime green,...

Warsteiner Premium Cola

Be afraid, be very afraid! I would imagine that many Germans are utterly appalled by this! Interesting purchase; $0.99 for this bottle, and $0.99 for the lemon and the orange versions, BUT I purchased all three along with a Stone RIS! I was wondering if the purchase would be noticed at the register of Duluth Fine Wines and Beer (I had my doubts), BUT it was! Comments on the "interesting" nature of the combo were encouraging; somebody noticed! Amber body that could pass for a brown ale from a...

Warsteiner Premium Orange

Be afraid, be very afraid! I would imagine that many Germans are utterly appalled by this! Interesting purchase; $0.99 for this bottle, and $0.99 for the cola and the lemon versions, BUT I purchased all three along with a Stone RIS! I was wondering if the purchase would be noticed at the register of Duluth Fine Wines and Beer (I had my doubts), BUT it was! Comments on the "interesting" nature of the combo were encouraging; somebody noticed! Pours with a pale orange body and a pinkish head....

Warsteiner Premium Oktoberfest

Purchased as a 12 oz single from Total Wine, Kennesaw, GA, USA. So, it's the season for delicious, malty, full bodied Oktoberfests and some delcious Pumpkin brews. All of them with great color and body and plenty of taste. Then comes this....oh dear. I don't like Warsteiner beers in general, so I was dubious, but I couldn't resist at least trying it once. Pours with a fizzy macro lager like look, and drinks pretty much like a strong, Euro, macro/adjunct lager. Nasty. Over carbonated fizz,...

Warsteiner Premium Dunkel

The Warsteiners I have sampled always seem to me to be complex tasting beers that appear to have a much higher alcohol content than they actually have. I find them enjoyable, but in small doses, otherwise they can lie pretty rough in the stomach and in the head! This brew poured a dark brown color (as expected) with a decent head that didn't last long. Plenty of bitterness and really rather drier than I was expecting. Not a beer to drink a lot of in my opnion, it seems to be too "alcoholy" to...