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RATINGS: 194   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.06/5   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
The beer based margarita is now introduced with strawberry flavoring. This is our take on the traditional margarita. Beer drinkers were already mixing Bud Light Lime into margaritas to create ‘beer ritas’; Lime-a-Rita just adds a new level of convenience by providing a beverage with the perfect balance of flavors.

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   AROMA 3/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 3/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 3/20
1guywith_aboat (254) - phenix city, Alabama, USA - FEB 2, 2014
Really cant rate like a beer. These taste like strawberries and they will intoxicate you fast because they taste so good.

VsXsV (4572) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - SEP 3, 2017
Can. Clear light pink liquid with small white head. Aroma of strawberries, sugar, boost, grain and sugar. Taste is medium to high sweet and light bitter with notes of strawberries, sugarand boost. Medium bodied with medium carbonation. Awful.

BarrelMeister75 (1) - Na, Alabama, USA - JUL 11, 2017 does not count
Everytime I try to drink this drink or any other type of beer it makes me want to vomit upon swallowing it so I just believe that beers are not for me. This drink was okay tasting just couldn’t get it all done.

mabuzzer (956) - Hamilton, SCOTLAND - JUN 30, 2017
Now, I like a good strawberry margarita as much as the next person. But this holiday purchase was far from good. Bright pink, with artificial strawberry aromas and flavour, it was just about drinkable, but I wouldn’t want another. No idea where the beer is supposed to be either

ccex (1388) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 14, 2017
Wifey-poo convinced me to relax my principles and buy some of this corporate enfeeblement juice so that she and darling daughter could relax outside on one of the first really hot days of this summer. Darling daughter (an accomplished chef at age 24) couldn’t finish one of these 8 ounce cans and left home abruptly, in a huff, If I could blame an evil corporate brewery for disrupting my family bliss, this would be the catalyst drink, If I try to rate it as a beer, it’s just as culpable. I have faith that darling daughter will come back home in a few days, but I suspect that Anheuser-Busch will still keep pumping this drink out to the worst. grocery stores and gas stations in everyones’ neighborhoods. 8 oz. can pours a juvenile reddish pink with no head and no lacing. Aroma is Bud Light and artificial strawberry syrup (think Slurpee). Tastes more like Kool-Aid than tequila. Wifey-poo and darling daughter both said that this tasted like a strawberry margarita mixed with cheap beer. I couldn’t detect the beer. but the cheapness overwhelms. Body is medium with a syrupy mouthfeel, The best things I can say about this corporate attempt to keep the public feeble-minded are 1)the cans are small enough (8 oz) to minimize the probability of vomiting after drinking only one or two, 2) it is still legal to purchase. 3) its myriad purchasers make our gross national product even more gross. and 4) its sweet, stupor-inducing flavor keeps lots of mediocre people passed out, therefore preventing many of the feeble-minded from any activity which might change society.

ruigo (3080) - PORTUGAL - NOV 28, 2016
237ml can. Orangish red. Strawberry and sweet aroma. Taste is sweet with strawberry notes. Too sweet.

bulldogops (2850) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - AUG 16, 2016
Rating #1850 - 2015.08.06 - Girlfriend-purchased garbage that is taking up valuable food fridge space. This isn’t beer folks, this is malt-beverage-premix-alchopop stuff. Artificial medicinal strawberry, alcoholic, pre-made margarita that somehow has beer as a starting point. Might be suitable as Gettin’ Laid Lemonade.

r464 (2377) - Earth, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 4, 2016
Very pinkish red. Fruity and sweet, but very synthetic and carrying a tartness and medicine like flavor. Blah.

GoufCustom (2253) - HONG KONG - APR 3, 2016

237ml (8oz) can bought at The Q-Club in SoHo, Central.

Translucent water melon juice colour; Virtually no head and residual soapy white foam which fades in 5 seconds; No lacing with notable slight carbonation; Very sweet aroma of strawberry concentrate, lime juice, water melon, grape juice, cocktail booze, lemonade and sugar; Very strong sweet taste of tequila-like alcohol, with loads of sugar, liquorices, strawberry concentrate, water melon juice, lemonade and lime juice; Medium body, Thick and boozy palate; Mouth feel is sluggish, sugar-loaded margarita / cocktail booze mixed with sweet strawberry concentrate all the way. It’s not really strawberry syrup as it’s more juice than sugar, but bad anyway. Also there are lingering water melon juice and lemonade, both were sugar-contaminated. No malt or hops whatsoever. Really bad… Bitterness is mostly from the cocktail liquorices, quite notable but not enough to counter the sugar for an overtly sweet-cocktail bitter finish; Wet after taste. Very easy and extremely sweet to mouth.

Comments: If you think the original Lime-A-Rita is bad enough, this strawberry-infused “Rita” is much worse - sick, almost medicial sweet strawberry overwhelms what’s left of lime and lemonade. The presence of water melon taste is not welcoming. The whole thing is sickly sweet and as artificial as ever. Terrible!

Bule (2309) - California, USA - MAR 25, 2016
Pours a bright pink color without any head. Strawberry syrup flavor. Sugary sweetness lingers.

ajnepple (7338) - Lakewood, Colorado, USA - FEB 21, 2016
Small sample from a small can. Big strawberry, sugary sweet aroma, not bad. The flavor is worse, mega sweet, sugary, fruity garbage juice. Pretty hard to drink this boost.

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