This Session Lager is an easy to drink beer but misses the mark when it comes to flavour and longevity.
The Good: Yenda Session Lager is an interesting title for a lager and I say this particularly because of the use of “session” in the title. By there very definition of how I rate a session beer it has to be the sort of beer that is easy to drink relatively quickly and in big mouthfuls, Yenda Session Lager definitely lives up to this title. After a long day of working in the sun this beer went down like water, needless to say it was delightful.
The Bad: This beer is far too watery for my liking, so much so that it almost washes away the flavours that you want to taste when drinking a good lager. That being said it is not a strong beer at all, so whilst it doesn't really hit the mark for me, for someone starting to drink beers it may be a good starting point.
Enjoyment: I gotta admit I am 50/50 on this one, after a long day of manual labour in the sun, a sore back and sunburnt face this beer was like liquid gold. However as I neared the end I became disenchanted with it, looking for the flavours that I usually like to taste in a good Lager (Dos Blockos comes to mind as a personal favourite). For me this is a good beer to smash when you are thirsty and in need of a beer, however it is not the sort of beer that I would like to drink consistently over a session (i.e. one after the other).