Pours a light amber with a medium head that fades. A bit fizzy in the glass.
First sip: Mild malt with a slightly stronger hops bitterness. A faint citrus appears in the after-taste. Fizzy on the tongue
This is another Eurolager. It's quite drinkable and an improvement on the Amstel, and yet it's still only as good as a macro lager from Tooheys or Carlton United. It has the same taste as Tooheys New*, so there is no advantage buying an this just because it's imported. I can get exactly the same beer at half the price. I find it remarkable that Belgium and Holland are next to each other, and yet one produces interesting beer and the other doesn't. Of course, I can only drink what is being imported. I'm sure Holland produces yummy beers. I just haven't found one.
Oranjeboom Premium Lager
Oranjeboom Bierbrouwerij B. V. (Anheuser-Busch)
Same again, sir? No. Do you have anything... yummy?
*Confirmed by my brother who is not a dedicated beer drinker.