This is an okay European style lager imported to the US from Holland.
Typical European lagers are more bitter than American style lagers. That’s the case with this one. Of note, the bottle is 330 ml or 11.2 ounces. I’ll have to check whether that’s typical of all imported beer or this one might have been packaged for domestic use and then labeled for the US. There is also no alcohol content or calories indicated on either the cardboard carrier or the bottle. The cap requires a real bottle opener. If it was supposed to be a twist off, I failed the test.
The label says brewed and bottled by, H. West, Maarssen, Holland. I didn’t easily find any information about this brewery on the web other than it’s a subsidiary of another brewery. I didn’t feel like following the bread crumbs to find out who really owned the company. Surprisingly, or maybe not, I found plenty of other reviews for this beer on the web. In general other people rate this as an average beer, with scores around 2.5 to 3, on a 5 point scale. Those ratings seem fair enough.
In summary, if you like a European style beer, are low on brew at home or need some fast, can’t easily find your usual brew, and are in ALDI, you won’t go very wrong picking up a six-pack of 1839.