reebtogi (6330) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - MAY 18, 2012
355ml can pours a pale straw color with a small white head that leaves no lacing behind. Aromas and tastes of typical macro swill. Not recommended and not desirable. pintbypint (3733) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - MAY 16, 2012
255ml can. Straw coloured, clear. Big with head with a rocky top. A few random lace spots. Nose is quite grainy. Taste is grainy, a bit metallic. A hint of grass-like hop with a faint tinny bitterness and a bit of residual sweetness in the finish. Light body, carbonation is not as rough as I was expecting, has a pretty smooth mouthfeel. Swillable swill. rejtable (2810) - Ontario, CANADA - AUG 3, 2011
Was expecting worse. Initial bite, almost a pilsner like quality. Light taste, easy drinker. When it warmed up a little, the corn juice aromas dominated. Not worst macro lager you’ll find around. HeistAlmighty (1156) - Saint John, New Brunswick, CANADA - JUN 24, 2011
473ml can. Clear and crisp. Taste is corn, straw and some caramel, but overall it is better than that sounds. Goes down easy, like a macro brew should.
Metalchopz (3454) - Cantley, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 16, 2011
Originally rated August 2009. Not available in Ontario and Quebec (where it is easy for me to get beer - living between those two provinces), I had to try this one in New-Brunswick (where it is brewed). Nice to go on tour with the band, and to go to that province once again. Pours a pale yellow colour (like a light beer ??) with lots of carbonation, a big white foamy head that has decent retention and lots of lacing. The nose is pretty malty with a little sweetness. The malt seems lighter in the taste, with a little hop in the middle, mild apple in the finish and some corn in the aftertaste. Not much sweetness, maybe a touch in the start. Lots of lace left on the glass, way after drinking it. I remember not liking this beer many years back when I had it in N.B. but now, I do not mind it (for swill). Nothing really special, but goes down easy when playing music there in a bar.
DeanF (2471) - Alberta, CANADA - SEP 26, 2010
Little head, boring yellow colour, not much flavour even for a lager. Rather unintrusive, quite close to water as these things go and hard to differentiate from the pack. Drinkable, but forgettable. GRM (4114) - Aylmer, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 8, 2010
Can, 355 ml, purchased at Alcohol New Brunswick Liquor on August 15 2010, savoured on September 8 2010; eye: golden, clear, minimal effervescence, tiny ring of off-white head, no lacing; nose: corn, grain, caramel; mouth: corn, grain, caramel, finale in corn with presence of caramel, light body, lightly sweet, rather carbonated, light acridness, thin and watery texture; overall: ordinary
Canette, 355 ml, achetée chez Alcohol New Brunswick Liquor le 15 août 2010, savourée le 8 septembre 2010; œil : dorée, claire, effervescence minime, petit anneau de mousse blanc cassé, pas de dentelle; nez : maïs, grain, caramel, finale en maïs avec présence de caramel, corps léger, légèrement sucrée, plutôt carbonatée, légèrement âcre, texture mince et aqueuse; en résumé : ordinaire Spab (3973) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 3, 2010
473 ml can from Alcool NB Liquor. Pours a clear light gold with very tiny white cap. Simple grainy nose with definite adjunct presence. Taste is sweeter, still grainy with a little corn. Lightish body but not overly thin. Fairly lively carbonation. When the write-up on the can says that "independence is our greatest strength" I guess it follows that it’s not the quality of the product. Audevourahn (1) - Moncton, New Brunswick, CANADA - APR 25, 2010 does not count
Very nice beer. It is one of those basic standby beers here in the Maritimes. It has a very mild aroma, pours a very clear and light coloured lager. It tastes good, with mild bitterness and very light maltiness. Finishes with little aftertaste. An overall good beer. Its my staple beer when visiting the NB Liquor locations! Rciesla (5499) - Exit 15W, New Jersey, USA - FEB 8, 2010
Can. Pours a pale golden body with a white head. Simple malt bill, grain, some light grass and apple notes. Dry light a hint of sweetness and a vegetative finish. Eh.