chef_brewardee (28) - Colorado, USA - FEB 12, 2013
Pours a crystal clear lite amber, thin head that dies quickly leaving some lacing behind. Smell has hints of caramel, corn and a little lite malt. Aroma is very weak. Taste also has hints of caramel malt. Pretty sweet, almost no bitterness. Thin watery palate, Better than bud lite but only by a hair, still not worth buying, glad i only got one bottle Bulk_Carrier (6065) - Vermont, USA - FEB 11, 2013
From the bomber into a pilsener, it pours a clear red with a one inch white foamy fizzy head that lasts for about a good two minutes before dieing fairly quickly. Rapid carbonation is seen rising. The smell is sweet among corn/rice adjuncts, malts, and sugar. The taste is the same. The palate is probably the best thing about this thing as it lives up to its label "distinctively smooth." It is light and coats the mouth and tongue smoothly. It leaves a bland, slightly metallic yet acceptable aftertaste and a sweet watery finish. Overall, actually not bad for AB, I’d probably have this over a fair amount of other BMC products, but as an American Amber/Red Lager, I’d say it doesn’t compare to better ones of its style. Chudwick (3209) - Taylor Mill, Kentucky, USA - FEB 11, 2013
double deuce - pours very clear gold with quickly diminishing white head. Nose is faint: cardboard? Flavor adds sweet malts. yes, fairly bready. lightly sweet. better than the king of beers in both the flavor and ABV. blipp (9278) - La Mesa, California, USA - FEB 10, 2013
Bottle. Pours light amber with a fizzy head. Faint sweet malty notes, grains, light bread, and just a hint of bitterness. Definitely a step or two above Bud Light and Bud Heavy. I could hammer a 12-er of this shit if I needed to. oddaroma (139) - Texas, USA - FEB 10, 2013
Crystal clear dark amber. Smell is malted rice and grain. Taste is clean and high in malty goodness. Hops are really taking a backseat to the dark earthy grain flavors. Slight nuttiness. Smooth finish where the wood chips are noticeable.
Raised on Budweiser this punched up version is like the adult version. More flavor, alcohol, and color make this a very drinkable brew. Im a huge craft brew fan but if you were to pour this one into a pint glass and serve to a friend they wouldnt think Bud.
mlunger12 (645) - Orlando, Florida, USA - FEB 9, 2013
12oz bottle. Can I just say this is mediocre and not great and just call it a review. It lacks the horrible corn flavor of regular Budweiser, but that’s about the only improvement. Where is the flavor? RSRIZZO (1986) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - FEB 9, 2013
12oz bottle (courtesy of Headbanger) labeled as Project Twelve - Batch 91406, poured into a Lager Glass at 36°. Color is a deep golden with good carbonation and a small tight white head. Aroma is very lightly roasted malt. It has a light body with a crisp mouth feel. Flavor is caramel and corn up front giving it a sweetness then a light bitterness in the back. After taste is clean with a some what dry feel. Overall it a very easy drinking brew, much better then regular Bud but still not something I would seek out. DBob5150 (235) - Kansas City, Missouri, USA - FEB 9, 2013
A nice rich, deep yellow body with an off white head. The aroma is almost non-exisit. Taste is slightly hoppy, a little flat with a slight alcoholic aftertaste. A little bit better than regular Bud (which I do like), but otherwise nothing earth-shattering. maxwelldeux (4374) - Snohomish, Washington, USA - FEB 9, 2013
Bottle. Pours a very clear light amber color with a smallish white head. Nose is rather skunky, I think. Taste is also very bleh - like a bit stronger-tasting Bud. Bleh. labattslover74 (77) - Florida, USA - FEB 9, 2013
Golden amber color, head dissipates quickly, spicy aroma, smooth taste of malt with caramel and sweet after taste. Definitely better than regular Budweiser, not a craft beer so this is mellow and can be one of those beers you pound down for quantity instead of one you sip for taste and quality,
Others have given this a low rating but I am pretty impressed and will keep this brew in my everyday drinker choices.