Cargills has quietly been getting new imported beers (Miller Draft, Grolsch, etc) and now they're selling a cheaper local brew called Mullers Brau. Technically Müllers Braü, but we can't be writing the umlauts all the time. It's a Pilsner, it's 100 Rupees and it's not bad.
A pilsner is a light beer which is generally described as refreshing. Done wrong it's described as stale. We can say that the Muller's Brau is on the refreshing side. It's a light beer, not bitter at all and quite refreshing. It's not as refreshing as a Grolsch or Miller Light, but it costs about three times less than those imported beers.
Though they've tried, with the label and name, to make it look like a foreign beer, this pilsner is brewed in Meegoda. Umlauts aside, this is not a German or Germanic beer. It's brewed in Meegoda which is where Sando and Three Coins are brewed, though we can't confirm that it's the same company (Millers, owned by Cargills). We are sure that it's not imported.
We do like it better than the usual Cargill's house beer Three Coins (which is actually all right now). Since they don't sell Lion, the Mullers Brau isn't a bad bottle to reach for. Certainly worth a try.