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Written on: 28/07/2010
Had my first Kronenbourg 1664 French Beer in 1984 on a hot summer day at the Lexington Street Fair in NYC. The beer was very cold, crisp and refreshing and it was only a buck! I headed back and had two more, each tasting better than the last. The beer smelled and tasted like Molson Export Ale from the 1970s before modern methods ruined it. It then took me five years or so to find Krony again. When poured in the glass it gave up a good head and a wonderful golden hue that stayed true in the… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/06/2010
I love this beer. I dont usually drink beer, but this Kronenberg is truly the Best I have Ever had. One beautiful bottle gets me nicely soused and it never gives me a hangover. The taste is splendid. I am Canadian and I prefer this beer to any I have ever had, better than Mexican, better than American, better by far than German. mmmmmm Kronenberg!! love it… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2009 by entbbe (1 review written)
I find Kronenberg 1664 is best enjoyed as a full pint in a Kronenburg Glass. It seems to taste different in say a Carling glass. A Half is not enough to fully experience the taste which changes slightly as you drink. Forget drinking it out of a can. It is a totally different drink then and not that good really, although it does tast better than some out of a can… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2009
Lovely served cold, clean crisp taste, Kronenberg is a bit more $ but worth it… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2008
Nice taste, good head, good price, 1 pound per can in the UK. Kronenberg 1664 is a great beer, worth a try if you have never had a pint of it… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/06/2007 by roadapplenick (1 review written)
I had Kronenberg 1664 beer in Scotland last summer, and it tasted like Budweiser.
Pasteurization makes a big difference. For the better in this case… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2006 by Anonymous101 (1 review written)
I once worked as a barman and this lad ordered a pint of "numbers" with a male colleague of mine. The barman who was working with me didn't respond to this chaps request. The customer, thinking he had a cool way of ordering his preferred tipple said "haven't you heard of a pint numbers before pal, what sort of barman are you?" The barman replied "yes I have, but we sell 80bob as well". Needless to say, the smile was wiped right off his face. Kronenburg is not a favourite of mine, but please… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/06/2005 by elstx (1 review written)
Kronenberg 1664 - Although it costs $6 a bottle in Djibouti, Africa, it's definitely the beer of choice. The girls were all over me when they saw me drinking my 1664. Bottle makes an excellent spit receptacle when empty… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/09/2004 by Rod Brind Amor (1 review written)
Kronenberg 1664 is an exceptionally well brewed lager which exemplifies the French tradition of combining hops with a fruity local flavour. An excellent lager which can accompany anything from a pasta diner to a football match between Lyons and Bayern Leverkusen… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2004 by hardingl (7 reviews written)
Kronenberg 1664 - Good tasting lager best enjoyed from a glass I find. Not as gassy as Stella and it seems to me to have slightly more depth of flavour than the old wife beater (Stella).
Great summer lager and usually cheaper than Stella… Read Full Review