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Cervecería Vegana
13 ratings
Cervecería Vegana
Dominican Republic

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Post author: Greg Y @skollsbeer
Greg Y @skollsbeer
@ Lloret de mar
3 years ago
1.1
Pas terrible ! Ressemble aux colombiennes coca caramel ...

Post author: Pierre32
Pierre32
@ Lloret de mar
3 years ago
2.6
Un coca dominicain typique de l'Amérique latine

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Super Pola Sosúa
5 years ago
1.0
This is my lucky day: I found a beer that is the LIGHT version of a beer I earlier gave one star. This will be really amazing! This beer has also a transparent, deep golden color. Carbonation is no different from the "mother" beer of Quisqueya Extra. The head follows along the same lines with one-finger, white, soft cotton top. The foam lingers on the surface for a rather long time. The scent is, again, strange with sugary, standard pale malt. The corn-adjuncted fragrance reveals corn starch and cereals. The taste is characterized by sweet corn starch, cereals and corn grits. Biscuity and corn-cakey notes season the palate. The body is light but probably not thinner than that of Quisqueya Extra. The brew ends soon with the identical corny, cerealy elements as the actual taste. The same words describe also this beer's aftertaste as Quisqueya Extra: thin, soft, smooth, cheap and adjuncted. Fortunately this beer has been bottled in 0.65 liter bottles. It would be really sad if this noble brew had finished prematurely ;) [...] Well, the truth is, however, that I managed to drink perhaps 1 dl and the rest went down to drainage. I can't make a difference between Quisqueya Light and Quisqueya Extra, for me, they are equally crappy.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Supermercado Playero
5 years ago
1.0
Clear, deep golden beer with decent carbonation fills the glass. Pure white, creamy head emerges on top and reaches the height of one finger. The foam is relatively sustained, descending solely a little over time. The fragrance is somewhat awkwardly sugary, standard pale malt dominating the scent. Quite a distinct corny aroma, as if adjuncted with corn malt and/or cereals, rises to the nostrils. The mouth is filled with a rather corny, cerealy palate. One gets hence a cheap adjuncted impression of this brew. Some cookies, a pinch of sugar and corn flour follow behind. The body is light. The finish portrays the same few elements as upfront, most notably the tang of corn flakes. The aftertaste vanishes quickly from mouth. Mouthfeel is thin, soft and smooth, but also cheap and adjuncted.