Fosters Lager Reviews
Product Type: Fosters Beer
Newest Review: ... enjoy the average amount of flavor it does have. In a way i prefer drinking Fosters out of the can because that is the way in ... more
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by - written on 09/02/03, updated on 09/02/03 (Very useful, 458 readings)
There are many beer drinkers out there who don't care one little bit about subtle nuances in style and ingredients, they want a consistent flavour at a respectable price. FOSTERS LAGER, the most internationally recognised beer from Australia, fits that profile exactly. With the malt flavour lacking in any pronounced sweetness, balanced by some very subtle (to the point of non-existant) hop bitterness, it's not a beer that is taxing to the tastebuds. I had a little squint at the official Fosters website and gleaned a few bits and pieces of information. I came across some worrying facts to ponder over: Foster's Lager is the third ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/01, updated on 10/03/01 (Very useful, 114 readings)
I have to say that although this stuff is actually rather…hmmm, well bland really, when drunk on it’s own – I really rather like it. Fosters is best described as “clean”… it doesn’t really have much of a taste on it’s own, and doesn’t really sustain much of a head. When you get Fosters lager on draught, you’ll notice that what you basically get is a golden coloured lager beer that has virtually no head at all. You basically get a glass of thin golden liquid. That’s another thing about it – the texture – it is feels very, very thin on the tongue (if that makes sense… ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/12 (Very useful, 352 readings)
Let me start by saying that I am a lover of lager, I have tried and tested almost every lager available :p fosters is a very commercial beer, with brilliant adverts on tele which tend to make you laugh, it's a shame the beer isn't as good as the adverts. Fosters is an average beer, it tends to be cheaper than other brands because it usually contains only 4% alcohol, which is low compared to Stella etc. it's the best beer to have on a night out if you have a bit of a budget. ------ taste -------- Fosters doesn't actually have much of a taste if I'm being honest! It is rather dull. Its light and boring. It's not a bad taste, but it's not the nicest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/12 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I quite enjoy a pint of lager now and again when I am out with friends and have tried out many brands and types over the years. My fondness for the refreshing drink has led to me buying a variety of canned and bottled lagers to enjoy whilst at home, and one brand that I buy regularly is Foster's, which is a popular Australian lager. Foster's is widely available to buy in good off license shops as well as supermarkets (such as Asda and Tesco) and grocery stores. I recently bought a box containing twelve cans - which are 440ml in size - for around £7 in a local off license store, and it seems to be a lager that is often on promotion and available at a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 139 readings)
Fosters is the self styled classic Australian beer, at least it is here in the UK. After living in Australia for a year in 2006 however, I can confirm that most Aussies would rather burn their own house down than drink a can of Fosters. To be fair to them, when you compare Fosters to other, more authentic Australian beers (such as Toohey's and the iconic V.B.) it pails into insignificance. I actually ordered a bottle of Fosters in Sydney once and it tasted absolutely horrendous! This leads me to conclude that the Fosters that they have in Oz is different to the stuff we get here. That being said, I quite enjoy the odd pint of Fosters (at least the stuff we get in ... Read the complete review
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