Carling Chrome Lager

Difford's Guide

alc./vol: 4.8%

Proof: 9.6°

Vintage: Non-vintage

Aged: No age statement

Product of: Product of United Kingdom United Kingdom

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Chrome is distinguished from other Carling lagers by its low level of carbonation. Carling beer dates back to 1818, when Thomas Carling, a farmer from Yorkshire England immigrated to Ontario Canada and started brewing ale. In 1878, his sons, John and William, built a new six-storey brewery in London

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 04/11/2012


Clear, mid golden amber with quickly depleting white head and light lacing.


Hay, stale grass and rubber band-like nose is enough to put even the most parched off drinking.


Light bodied and bland with almost no carbonation. What little flavour it has is far from tasty.


There’s an unpleasant note of bad cabbage about the finish. The fact that the brewer chose a clear bottle so risking light shock should tell you much about this shameful lager.

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