Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Pint Night 08/30/06 Kronenbourg 1664

Pint Night, August 30, 2006 Kronenbourg 1664
Description from
The premium beer of Brasseries Kronenbourg brewers since 1664.
Kronenbourg 1664 is brewed with a unique hop blend including aromatic hops from Alsace.
Dense and creamy froth with adherence and good stability / Small bubbles / White colour
Golden yellow colour / Brightness
Medium intensity / Dominant odour of flowery hops / Citrus fruits and malt odour / Touch of yeast, fruits (banana, Mirabelle plum) and pepper
Medium intensity / Dominant odour of hops and grapefruit / Cereal - malt aroma / Spicy and flowery honey touch
Fine bitter taste / Light acid taste
Light density / Light sparkling
Fine lasting taste of bitterness with a flowery hop aroma and a touch of malt light tannins


asiansteev said...

K1664 is another fine beer. The head was short, and there wasn't a lot of carbonation at all, but it was still very crisp. The color was a very light gold, like that of your standard pilsner light beer. It was very smooth going down, with a light slightly bittersweet aftertaste. I could finish a couple pitchers of this stuff. So smooth. So crisp.

Dr. C said...

Kronenbourg 1664 was very tasty. It was very light in every way. The color was a nice gold. The taste was very subtle, and I couldn't differentiate any of the flavors. It finished really well without very much bite. The glass is one of the favorites in my collection. Not only is the glass not your standard pint glass, but 1664 is embossed near the bottom of it. I rate this beer as definitely Drunkable. You can drink it with the greatest of ease.