Beer Review – The Amazing Wakachangi Lager

“With the beast’s razor sharp tusks at his throat, Great Uncle Kenny drew his BBQ mate and slew the rare but ferocious guinea pig, thereby saving his tinder date” (Peru, 1936)

As I took my first sip, of my first ever beer review, I realised… Maybe I wasn’t cut out for this.

Because, frankly, I bloody love all beer.

So it makes it kind of hard to pretend I’m a connoisseur of beers. Because really…

I’m just a man.

Standing in front of a brewery.

Asking them to send me free shit (to review).

Alright…

As I stood in Dan Murphy’s, anticipating my first review… I was looking for something that would punch me in the face and get this blog off to a good start.

And nothing stood out more than a man trying kill a guinea pig with a spatula.

I was pumped to crack open a stubbins, purely because of this beautiful box. Like seriously, check out the tusks on this g-pig.

So, as you can imagine I was absolutely frothing for a sip.

And I was not disappointed.

This beer was so easy to drink – there was no bad aftertaste and even though I broke the seal early I was still tipping them back like a thirsty diabetic.

Honestly, I’ve had worse water.

The only problem, if anything, was the bottles are only 330ml. Which is on the smaller side for beers – I would have preferred they were a litre. But for a basic bottle, I wasn’t too disappointed.

All in all, I would recommend this to all beer drinkers.

Side note: I probably wouldn’t have ever picked up this beer if not for the blog. But I will be spreading the word on this bad boy. As for the hangover… think I might have slept through it because I woke up at 1 in the arvo – fresh as a daisy.

I give it an 18/24.

Because that’s how far I got through the slab.

Don’t @ me.

Article Written by

Chris Mcguinness

Co-Creator of DVOWR

Want to know more about Chris, Check out our About Us page.

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