The low down:
Africa has 56 possible countries for the drinking of beer. Unfortunately they are incredibly hard to come by here in Australia. Beer number 4 out of the dark continent is the maltiest lager that ever did malt.
The bottle claims 100% malt, and while I know that's a physical impossibility where I end up drinking a molasses style sludge of barley, or worse yet, chewing on germinated grains, I understand where they are coming from.
This is a good beer for the heat, you can tell that at a safari BBQ this will suit the spicy coastal Tanzanian cuisine.
This is some good use of the local themes. It feels like the Serengeti.
Quick down the gullet despite the malt.
Malty but in the good way, like Milo, except not like Milo because that would be weird.
Alcohol Content: 5/10
4.8% Lagers designed for tropical Africa are never going to knock your socks off,
$6.00, which is high for a macro lager, but considering it came from Africa via England...