RATINGS: 143   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.53/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
John Labatt Classic was introduced in 1983 as Canada’s only national domestic “premium beer”. It is Krausen-brewed (slow, low temperature with a secondary fermentation process) and has a longer cold-aging process. Classic uses all-malt and a unique blend of western-grown North American hops, providing a smooth, full flavour product with a true malt taste that is slightly sweet. Editor's Note: Is this only available in the US?

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radassace (653) - SCOTLAND - AUG 19, 2018
Tried in 2002 ! Snowboarding trip to Banff. 6pk shared with friend. Had been drinking Molson Canadian, Bud and Coors light for most of the holiday, so we got this on the final night. Can't remember how it tasted tbh, but I do remember it having more of a malty, less adjunct taste. I would now rate the above beers as Molson (2.7) Bud (2.2 ) Coors light (1.9). So i'll give this a 3 Until I try it again, if it still exists ?

sawyerpc15 (229) - Bowser, British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 10, 2016
Again very little difference then blue or Kokanee. It’s good canadian style lager

Bulk_Carrier (6064) - Vermont, USA - JUL 29, 2014
Reviewed from notes. This was poured into a pilsener glass. The appearance was a hazy golden yellow color with a fast rising carbonation trying to fill a rapidly dieing bubbly head. There was barely any lacing. The smell had some cooked corn. The taste was sweet through the cooked corn. On the palate, this one sat about a light on the body with a fairly decent sessionability about it. It comes across fairly smooth and crisp. Overall, nothing wrong and there’s nothing really out there that makes this one stand out.

exeter (545) - calgary, Alberta, CANADA - MAY 29, 2014
The taste is very average. Nothing really stands out and there is no real unique characteristic to the taste. There is no apparent initial taste but there is a mildly malty after taste.

zimbo (1013) - SCOTLAND - NOV 30, 2012
Meant to be more sophisticated and refined compared to other labatt products (is that really possible?) but to me the palate is slight but still angular enough to recreate the liquid form od a stale cigarette butt. Pretty unpleasant really.

reebtogi (6488) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - FEB 6, 2012
341ml bottle pours a pale golden color with a 2 finger white head that dissipated almost immediately. Aroma is light grains and hops. Taste is light malty sweetness with a modest hop bitterness that finishes clean. Light to medium body and pleasant carbonation. Slightly above average for a macro lager.

retinadoc (287) - - DEC 25, 2011
Bottle. Medium carbonation. Slightly fruity aroma and flavor. One of the better Canadian lagers. Clean finish. I’d buy it if my faves weren’t available that night.

rodenbach99 (4639) - Longueuil, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 10, 2010
Bouteille de 341ml. Bière blonde dorée pâle, un peu de mousse blanche, nez classique des bières canadiennes, un peu de malt et de houblon mais très peu. En bouche la bière est désaltérente, fraiche, ordinaire. Mince en bouche.

BückDich (5464) - McCall, Idaho, USA - OCT 5, 2009
Bottle: Pours a clear yellow gold with light head. The nose is malty with some sweetness and husk. Nothing in the hop department. Thin flavor with a snappy biscuity tail. A little sweet in the finish like a non-alcohol lager.

BigBeer45 (1663) - Michigan, USA - SEP 22, 2009
Had a couple of bottles at my In-Laws, pours a clear light gold with a foamy white head, faint malt aroma and some malt bread sweetness, light malt flavor and little hop bite, a little better than the regular Labatt Blue, nice for a Summer day.

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