5,0 Original is a brand that just makes it into the Shit Beer Showdown at 49 cents per 500ml can. The product range all have a very minimalist and modern label design which probably appeals to younger Germans. The label boasts that the company saves on not advertising and that this is "a good pils … Continue reading 5,0 Original
Schloss is the discount beer of the Netto supermarket chain, which itself is owned by Edeka. I have to say that, of all the supermarkets in Germany I've seen, Netto is by far the shittiest. The name of the brewery is not written on the can, but after a quick search on the net, I … Continue reading Schloss
Oettinger is the biggest brewery in Germany in terms of total beer output. Headquartered in Oettingen, Bavaria, Oettinger does not advertise its products, does not involve any intermediaries and has very few employees since its brewing process is largely automated. This brewery gets quite a lot of hate in Germany (even my students make fun of it) and was once king of the cheap beers in Germany before the 29 cent discount beers started popping up in supermarkets.
Stephans Bräu is the house brand of the German "hypermarket chain", Kaufland, brewed by Feldschlößchen in Dresden.
Ratskrone Premium Pilsener is brewed for the Edeka supermarket chain. Of all the big German supermarket chains, Edeka is probably the most luxurious and lavish. In my region, the actual brewery is not clearly stated on the can; the so-called Brauerei Abfüllung written on the can is not an actual brewery, and the only visible … Continue reading Ratskrone
It's time to take at look at Rewe's contribution to the shit beer landscape. Rewe is a supermarket chain which is somewhat more luxurious than Lidl or Aldi. Turmbräu Original Premium Pils is brewed for Rewe by Brauerei Mönchengladbach (Oettinger). 500ml can of this swill can be picked up for 29 cents. Colour is a … Continue reading Turmbräu
Karlskrone Premium Pilsener is brewed by Brauerei Mönchengladbach, one of Oettinger's breweries, for Aldi Süd. A 500ml can can be brought for 29 cents. The label promises "fresh" and "spicy" enjoyment. Colour is medium gold with minimal head and some faint lacing. It is almost scentless with a mere whiff of breadiness. Taste is … Continue reading Karlskrone