Cisk Lager, a Pale Lager by Simonds Farsons Cisk Plc.

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Cisk Lager is a Pale Lager brewed by Simonds Farsons Cisk Plc., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the lager was served in a tumbler from a bottle.


The lager pours a crystal-clear straw and is topped by a thin cap of fizzy white froth that bubbles away rapidly. Effervescence is visible in the glass.


Its aroma is malty with a scent of dough and a hint of floral hops.

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Cracker malt leads the palate and a mild bite of floral and grassy hops follows. A mellow sweetness of honey rounds out the finish. Saltine cracker ties the palate together.


Its feel is smooth and slick with a light body and moderate carbonation.


The Cisk Lager is the most widely-found beer in Malta and it’s better than many of the pale lagers found around the world. But that isn’t saying much. Consumed on a warm sunny day and this refreshing, easy drinking brew can be enjoyable.

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