I don’t know if this is one of the the posts you were referring to. Regardless it should answer your question.
If not it gives me another opportunity to express myself on the topic of Quisqueya Extra - one of the world’s most fetid and putrid beverages.
Wow, am I ever glad you brought up the topic because it offers me another opportunity to rant about the world’s worst beer, Quisqueya Extra, which I had the misfortune of sampling last year at the Bahia Principe Rio San Juan. While we enjoyed our two week stay and found that most of the food and drink were of good quality, I remain unimpressed by this resort’s decision to offer, in the hope of making a little bit more money, Quisqueya Extra as its house beer. While I confess to forcing down a few of the draft variety- tolerable but certainly not enjoyable - the bottled version was absolutely undrinkable, and trust me, I tried really hard to consume it. Describing its taste is a true challenge. Firstly, no two bottles tasted quite the same. I don’t know how this was achieved, but it says something about that brewery’s quality control. As to its taste, it is vile. It is a sweet/sour, skunky smelling, sometimes flat, sometimes highly carbonated, flatulence inducing concoction. HORRID! As I’ve stated before, I’m not a beer snob. I’ll drink imported or domestic beer. I’ll drink it out of a green, a clear, or a brown bottle, from a can or directly from the tap. It can be golden, brown or amber in colour, or it can be warm or cold, flat or fizzy. It really doesn’t matter, but I’ll never drink Quisqueya Extra again. Goat piss couldn’t be much worse! Is there anybody out there who actually liked it and has anything good to say about it? As to the Bohemia, I’m not sure I’ve ever had any. But, rest assured, all is not lost. Presidente is an excellent beer - world class. I was able to buy it at the hotel lobby store for $2 a bottle. It was worth every penny of it