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Baltika Don Southern Lager

Baltika Don Southern Lager

Rated 3.000 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Baltika Brewery

St. Petersburg, Russia

Style:  Bohemian / Czech Pilsener

6% Alcohol by Volume

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ID: 25082 Last updated 14 years ago Added to database 14 years ago

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Overall Rank38491
Overall Percentile18.9
Style Rank989 of 1634
Style Percentile39.5
Lowest Score3.0
Highest Score3.0
Average Score3.000
Weighted Score3.000
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • EYECHARTBREW 1451 reviews
    rated 3.0 14 years ago

    Aroma: 7 | Appearance: 6 | Mouthfeel: 6 | Flavor: 6 | Overall: 5

    > "Don Southern Lager is
    > brewed from a special
    > recipe to achieve a
    > refreshing malt flavor and
    > enjoyable hop aroma"

    Hmm. Really now.

    I was kinda hoping this would be something a bit different from the huge yet faceless range of beers in the Baltika line-up, since I've read that the Southern portions of Russian -- specifically, the Don Cossacks -- like their beers hoppier than the norm. IPAs? Hardly. But at least comparable to their German and Czech lager/pils counterparts.

    And while this isn't horrible -- "adequate", all around -- there isn't much here to really find remarkable. The hop aroma mentioned in the neck label is a bit hidden by the estery semi-skunky nose.

    The mouthfeel and the flavor profile, however, is right in line with what you're going to find with most Russian lagers -- mushy, overly-soft mouthfeel...., that just lays around like some cheap Crimean hooker in a dirty hotel in Downtown Sevastopol.

    Rather sweet and tart, too, that clashes with the semi-feeble attempts to introduce some hop character into the mix. Overall drinkability suffers due to this lackadaisical clash..., resulting in a big ol' "so what?" from me....

    Not the worst Baltika-related offering that has crossed my path, but nothing that I would return to, either.

    Music: Slayer's "South Of Heaven"
    //TB

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