BreWedge (551) - goose bay, Newfoundland, CANADA - JUL 7, 2016
341 ml bottle @ Maxwell's Sports Bar Goose Bay. Pours a clear light gold with a large white head. Aromas are light grain and mildly sweet malt. Tastes are chalky grain and a light hop presence. Light body, smooth and almost creamy, light carbonation and mild hop bite on the tongue, medium grain finish. A macro for sure.
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This beer is a little known gem in the Molson product line. It was aquired by Molson in the Carling merger of the early 90’s, and they got it in a similar manner some time long before that. In an era of tasteless beer drank ice cold purely for the enjoyment of the alcoholic effects, sadly this brand is little appreciated, and if you don’t get it at a very busy vendor, it probably sat on the shelf for too long. I’m not sure if the Molson still sells beer from the brewery on circular road, but this is the best way to get their little known brands and I would suggest trying it this way. Otherwise, pay attention to the julian calendar date found printed on the case when buying this. drsordr (2798) - Loveland, Ohio, USA - MAY 31, 2013
Maybe I got a bad bottle, but I was underwhelmed by this beer. Nose of sweet malt, so e fruit. Taste of metallic funk. Maybe a hint of pepper, but then strong malt. No hop character. JorisPPattyn (10062) - BELGIUM - JUL 28, 2009
Small white head over corn-golden beer, clear. Very neutral nose, like still water, muddy. Grain taste, neutral to light sweet. "Crisp" is the word, for better or for worse. Light bitterish aftertaste, very light body. Dull ale. Maybe ’t wasn’t such a bright idea trying it, whilst watching a TV series where they were trying Saison Dupont, Saison de Pipaix and other gems... Thanks, Stef C! VertBaconStrips (2395) - Blerkablerka, VENEZUELA - JUN 14, 2009
Straight up the best lager out of the marintime provinces. Standard solid gold beer with tons of little bubbles, very smooth, creamy white crown and very impressive lacing. Good retention too. No lack of aroma here - quite sweet with over ripe nectarines or peaches, some pee - don’t matter though ’cause this is a solid brew. My description for taste doesn’t entirely reflect how much I enjoyed this beer - notable background bitterness throughout, cardboard malt and a solid wheat taste. More tongue drying bitterness has made this waaaaay more bitter than I thought it would be. Some sourness and alcohol as well - contributes to the nice stomach heat I got. I like! Mouthfeel is pretty plain and a bit harsh but I enjoyed the dry, dry bitter finish that left me parched. Excellent unassuming brew that really surprised me. Is it 3.7? As far as Canadian lagers go, it has to be. Don’t confuse this for being better than a better than average Belgian ale or something like that - for me it just excels in its class.
Cirrhosis (1283) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - JUN 5, 2009
Dark golden yellow, no head was really produced during the pour, just some small patches bubbles linger around, wow I’ve never seen a beer that resembled urine so much mmmmmmm…… looks tasty. Malty and sweet, smells just like every other low-grade beer. The taste is all darker tasting malts and corn maybe just maybe I can detect a faint hint of hops buts its hard just like sniffing a fart in the wind. I wont lie this beer isn’t good but you could probably drink a ton of them and not get sick of it." albert007 (415) - Penobsquis, New Brunswick, CANADA - OCT 13, 2007
Yup. Pale golden color, white fizzy head. Grassy, sweet aroma with some cornbread. Flavor is "meh" with a slightly bitter-sweet finish. Definately improves with warmth. My fave macro Nfld session beer. AcctError53909 (209) - St. Johns, Newfoundland, CANADA - AUG 3, 2007
Pours a pale golden color, darker than the average macro, but still pretty light. Head is medium and white, reasonably quick to leave and left a tiny tiny bit of lacing. You can smell the corn in this brew, and a little bit of fresh cut grass smell. There might be a tiny bit of caramel to it as well, but I doubt it. It’s a rather dry beer, with corn overtones, medium bitterness and a cirtusy aftertaste. Pretty watery, and mid to low carbonation. LadyCooper (100) - Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA - MAR 13, 2007
Bottle in St. John’s. No matter what the name says, this is NOT an ale. This is a lager. Colour, taste, and probably even in fermentation, this is a lager. But as far as lagers go, this isn’t horrible. Golden-yellow, yeast and grain aroma, grain and corn flavour. It’s not mind-blowing, but it’s drinkable. steamingpipe (1) - Val Verde, USA - SEP 11, 2006 does not count
This is one of my favorite beers when letting off steam or just hanging out with the pissants. Thankfully this beer is now availavle in Val Verde.