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May 25, 2021 – 8:40 am 7 Comments


Had this during a BT to Shen Zhen, China on April 2009. 

By Budweiser Wuhan International Brewing Company Limited, China earliest beer, since 1900, as indicated on the can. ~ RMB 3, 355ml can @ >/= 3.6% ABV

nose, malty, some tropical fruit, pineapple.

palate, hoppy, heavy ricey sweetness, mid-bodied

finish, sweet, short and fade away fast.

Beer with heaviest rice flavour tasted so far.

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7 Responses to “Harbin”

  1. kennhyn Says:

    I think the can actually look quite nice…. rice as the ingredient in beer is always quite doubtful, but since the chinese and rice are inseparable I guess it will work well in their market… haha

  2. MJ Says:

    Does it taste like tuak?

  3. kennhyn Says:

    I don’t think so, as they just use some rice in the ingredient compare to Tuak which only use rice grain.

  4. mj Says:

    It sounds like how I would want to explain about tuak man… ricey sweet finishing! :)

  5. ahhup Says:

    guys, tuak have ricey sweet end no doubt, but it’s accompanied by some sourness too, this beer it totally different, if you ask me, this beer damn good with steamboat!

  6. ahhup Says:

    btw, any idea where can I get fresh tauk in penang or BM? miss the taste!

  7. kennhyn Says:

    Tuak can be easily find in East Malaysia but not penisular…

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