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Beer Review: Tsingtao

Tsingtao is a famous beer from China that looks weak and smells a bit different than our lame lagers. Slightly hoppy with hardly a trace of malt, but Tsingtao is very easy to drink. There is nothing extraordinary about it, but it’s still likeable. Maybe because it’s Chinese. Imagine a Chinese man offering you a beer. Wash down Chinese and spicy Indian food with Tsingtao… if you don’t have water. This isn’t stuff you should go looking for, but don’t turn it down if offered one.

RATING: 2.5/5

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7 Responses to “Beer Review: Tsingtao”


  1. January 13, 2011 at 13:41

    mehtakyakehta is a beer hub. the first beer review for 2011, and we are in China.

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  2. January 25, 2011 at 17:53

    Does it contain melamine? :-/

    Like


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