Amazon Beer Forest Pilsen

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Amazon Beer Forest Pilsen is a pilsner from Brazilian craft brewery, Amazon Beer. Based in Belém, in the north of the country, Amazon Beer is known for its popular brewery bar and wide range of modern beer styles, brewed using ingredients from the Amazon region of Brazil. Amazon Beer Forest Pilsen is a pilsner with a refreshing earthy bitterness. Pouring a golden colour, Amazon Beer Forest Pilsen offers up aromas of grain malt and grassy hops. The flavour is balanced, with moderate bitterness and crisp malt profile. An easy-drinking Pilsner, buy Amazon Beer Forest Pilsen to try a beer from Brazil’s Amazon Brewery.

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  1. Lewis Gledhill

    A very smooth tasting pilsner, with little after taste that you usually find from pilsners, best enjoyed on a hot summers day. I would recommend. 5/10.

  2. L Kav

    My first beer from Brazil and it was a pleasant surprise. They have managed to produce a nice clean pilsner which goes down easy on a hot day. This certainly has made me aware of the potential beer scene in Brazil and I shall be looking to see what other beers from both them and Brazil are listed here on beers of europe.

  3. Joanna Kirkby

    A strange one. Never had a beer with such flavour coming through. Considering it was only 4% it was bursting. Very woody taste sprang to mind. Not my cup of tea, tasted more like a IPA.

  4. James Martin

    I guess it does what it says on the tin, coming with a very strong forest/wood like taste. Was not expecting the flavour to be so overpowering. Unfortunately this is not a beer I will be looking to re purchase.

  5. Alan Hastings

    Never seen or heard of this one before so was not sure what to expect. It didn’t disappoint or impress for me very average tipple.

  6. Craig Ryan

    Poor quality contract brewed industrial lager. NOT brewed in Brazil but somewhere in the EU. Anybody know where?

  7. Alexey Nekhaenko

    Your average pilsner. Nice but not one to remember

  8. Steve Hawkins

    Fairly generic lager smell. Taste wise, it reminds me of amstel. The finish is quite creamy, with a touch of biscuit.

  9. Chris Meechan

    A very malty, sweet pilsner with a subtle hop profile. It had a bitter metallic finish though.

  10. Stuart

    Slightly above average tasting Pilsner. Better than I expected though for the region and style. Not the best, but in no way the worst Pilsner I’ve tasted.

  11. Paul Boniface

    A fairly non descriptive lager and not one that I would recommend

  12. Matthew W

    Pale clear gold, small white head., consistent top. Aroma is pretty much malts, not much in the way of hops. Taste is sweet malts, sweet malts and sweet malts. Maybe the hint is something grassy. Medium body and carbonation. No off notes but a bit boring.

  13. Michael

    An interesting flavour although not one that excited me.

  14. Elle M

    Not much to be said about this one, it’s light and crisp

  15. Dean Anderson

    Standard beer nothing to write home about but its refreshing and has a pleasant taste.

  16. Michael Wallis

    A light & crisp pilsner that is OK and went down well with a curry, but nothing to write home about…

  17. Christopher Leno

    Nice when I started but soon tired of it

  18. Ryan Alston

    Tasty. Bacuri fruit gives it a sweet depth of flavour. Big fan.

  19. David Cruickshank

    Think a lot of these reviews have been harsh. Was a bit sceptical at first of a ‘Brazilian Pilsen’ but it did seem to have a genuine pils taste; probably more Bavarian than Czech I’d say. Refreshing and crisp and slightly smoky on the back end.