This is perfect I can’t live without it
SThe cans so bigCall better than ever that’s amazing because the Canon looks like Bali now because
Better than my wife what are you trying to ring her better than ever
Purchased at Dan Murphy's.
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What a really fantastic larger, with a funny name.
Great price. Deliciously smooth larger.What a really fantastic larger, smooth not too much gas. Makes a creamy head when poured into a cold glass. I think this a great value beer, refreshing cold. Was in a bit trepidation due to the label, nothing to worry about. My friends and family are enjoying it as well. We bought 2 cartons at Christmas to share. Ran out of this nice Amber drop in a couple of days. No complaints of head aches or belly aches the next day. Looking to getting this good beer at any close bottle shop.
Purchased in November 2020 for $39.99.
Don't buy it, too hard to get to waste on clowns
Worked apprenticeship & as young tradesman 4 cub,powers,xxxx,Coopers, tooheys, boags, swan. Also made homebrew,while still at school,craft later on, have had a time with most of them,yes you may find a craft that is appealing to your pallet,but if you like a few l guarante this is the boss, hell it's still good Kimberly cold even! Wish I knew they were asx listed & their Aus owned charter we need more of.
Purchased for $38.00.
Good taste 375 ml x 24 Rick there $30.00 a box tick there ,would buy it over xxxx at $43.00 a box
Great Beer at a great price $30..00 against Xxxx at $43.00
Yes would buy again any time
Taste no issues not a craft beer very drinkable
Thanks Broo beer for a product at a fair price
Purchased in March 2019 at Star richlands for $30.00.
Very drinkable beer
I bought it to try something new, and because it was on special. It was just a good beer, from the first mouthful to the bottom of the bottle, unlike many craft beers that can be very good to start with, but terrible as they lose their chill. This one is too good to waste in beer batter, and doesn't deserve the rubbishing that it gets by some that might be employed by opposition breweries
Typical industrial Lager
If you like very mainstream, bland industrial beer, this I'll probably be right up your alley.... not a lot going on here. Not a completely offensive tasting beer, just very boring commercial malt swill... My suggesting pay an extra dollar per stubb, and get a decant tasting pilsner from a genuine craft brewer....
Aussie brew but hard to get hold of.
One of the last true Aussie owned beers left and not a bad one at that . A touch of bitterness and easy on the palate although not a standout but try buying it at your local. Not a chance as it is rare outside of Victoria but if you see it grab a case and give it a go.
Had my first can on Friday night and was very pleased by the taste and was very easy to down a couple of cans without the beer after taste.
The can is not bad looking also.
Tastes a lot better than some of the other big Aussie name beer like Crown by a long shot.
Well done guys.
7.5. / 10
Taste was great
Not served on Australian flights
top quality, great taste. One of the few Australian owned products left in the industry run by overseas giants. Am more than proud to support such a brand and will forever be a loyal customer. Would encourage everyone to grab a slab and at the very least give it a go!
taste, australian owned, price, character.. everything
It's Australian and it's junk!
What a waste of money! I thought Broo would at least try and make an Aussie Lager that was as good if not better than the mega swill currently available in Australia. Unfortunately this beer is branded to entice but don't be fooled and buy a carton like I did. Yuck!
Only drank one from the carton, enough said ....
Broo, the best beer on the planet!
And it's Australian.
What more can you ask for?
For me it is the perfect tasting beer. Similar to Crown Lager but not as gassy. Pilsener drinking friends of mine have suggested a similarity. You can drink it all day and not have to switch to spirits and the best bit, it has no hangover causing preservatives!
Check out their franchise opportunities by doing a web search for broodirect..
It's the first beer franchise in the world. Broo beer, owned by Australians.
I had a few suggestions that I emailed to Broo and the owner, Kent Grogan telep...
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