Nice easy drink, taste stays for a while afterwards. Best served in a glass to get that true "holiday" feel.
Loved it in Vietnam and Thailand. too dear here though. $50 a slab is a massive rip off and no wonder cartons stay on the shelves for weeks only disappearing when they're on special!
A nice drop although the trade off is a punishing headache.
It's OK. Overpriced if $40 or above for a slab. Goes down well but the bitter taste reminds of cheapo Oettinger. However, the taste doesn't linger too long which is alright considering it's watered down taste.
Would only consider this on a blue moon. Rather buy Imported Heineken for the price.
"Its time for a tiger".
Rather amazing beer from Hong Kong. Had anticipated it to be rather crap so to speak, not being an asian beer fan. Rather bitter taste that works well, doesnt go down the very best but rather easy though. Above satisfactory taste from the moment it hits the tongue.
Nice little lager, a little weak in bittering but its not bad, goes down easy, good balanced taste and grassy sweet aroma, i would have again, give it a try.
for around $40 similar price range to many 'better' aussie beers, yet this is way better. pleasant hoppy taste to go alongside the smoothness to drink
Good stuff, smashed it from Ho Chi Minh to Hanoi trying to win a landcruiser! Only won a few flashlights and pens. Good gear still, I remember buying it for $1 a can on this boat trip, spent most of my time pissing over the back of the boat next to the inboard diesel with a foot long exhaust, my ears still ring!
TIGER BEER is the best tasting beer in the world I have been drinking it since 1966 when i was visiting Singapore during my time in the Royal Australian Navy. I now live in Vietnam and they brew it there under licence and it is even better, cannot find any other brand that would even go close, BUT IT MUST BE VERY COLD, in Vietnam in some places I drink they put a large block of ice in it
Number 1 IN THE WORLD IN MY OPINION
Great beer, brings back memories...mainly because I drank my weight in this stuff alomst everyday when on holidays in Thailand and Vietnam.
I've had this beer served up with a large cylinder of ice in the mug - this is almost essential when drinking in a Vietnamese bar with no airconditioning. A regualr in my lineup when I can afford it.
Drunk it in malaysia
Never drunk it here
If i were you
Id choose another beer
Not bad tho fellow beer cadets.
singaporian beer great on a hot day goes down like water
best super cold!!!!!!
one of my faves