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The real tasting notes - Motorhead Bastards Lager

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Tasting notes Motorhead Bastards Lager

Motörhead Bastards Lager

After the worldwide success of Motorhead Shiraz the band gave way to their official lager, the Motorhead Bastards.

“– If you think you’re too old for Rock ’n’ Roll and to drink beer then you probably are. Pity, but that means all the more beer for us” says Motorhead drummer Mikkey Dee.

Tasting notes Motorhead Bastards Lager

The true Rock n' Rollers definitely have their own choice when it comes to question how to survive the hot days across Britain. Motorhead's Bastards Lager seems to be the ultimate choice for the Beer Drinkers and Hellraisers all around.

Tasting notes Motorhead Bastards Lager

The labelling of the 330ml bottle looks awesome on the promo photos - but in reality is a bit poor, so is the plain golden colour top. And you'll get exactly what you see, inside the bottle there's quite basic stuff. You have to be aware that this is not a bottle of wine, so you don't need to analyse it, just drink and go for the next one to get along with the summer heat. This is an average lager, nothing too fancy if you know what I mean, however it does the trick for sure.

Tasting notes Motorhead Bastards Lager

In the glass it has a clear pale golden color and a small off-white head that diminishing very fast and the taste is a bit boring. This beer is a bit shame for Lemmy for sure just an other merchandising item that would make good sales with a well-known and respected brand.

Tasting notes Motorhead Bastards Lager

Despite of all its moderate quality Motorhead Bastards Lager still can go well with any outdoor activities such as barbecue parties, just think of a freshly grilled, juicy burger and make sure you crank the speakers to the max and get that music pumping full volume.


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