All these years and it was like being greeted by and old friend. Not overbearing, not offensive or questioning, just pure comfort. I have to admit, I didn’t know what to expect, would there be a funk or something off? Maybe it would lack backbone and leave me wanting more. None of the above. It’s smooth, clear crisp with the perfect amount of malt flavor to keep you wanting more. This beer is everything I remember and more, it’s actually a hell of a beer! 11 years later and countless stages of pallet growth, this beer experience has lived up to expectation.
Now I must admit, I wanted this. I wanted to fall in love again and perhaps I’m being a bit drastic, but I invite you to take a trip to South East Asia and have one of these. If you come back and don’t feel the same about this beer, by all means correct me. But to my standards, I have a personal top 5 beer, no bones about it.
Thanks again to the Melissa and Laura at the Baddish Group, I appreciate the opportunity to re-find an old friend in Tiger Beer!
“Một hai ba, yo!”