SudsMcDuff (8462) - .....Manchester United.........., Texas, USA - FEB 3, 2012
14.9 oz CaN .. Pours a deep tan brown .. light to medium head, light lacing .. . light cereal, bark, soil, and pancake burnings .. . decent .. . i like my sex how i like my basketball - 1 on 1 and with as little dribbling as possible.. ktrowland (10) - Florida, USA - JAN 29, 2012
1/29/12. 16oz can. My cats don’t like it and neither do I. Meow me meow meeeeowww. It tastes disgusting like disgusting bile. ralphdot (1098) - Billingham, Durham, ENGLAND - JAN 25, 2012
4.0% amber colour with a nice but thin head, sweet malt aroma, fruity malt taste and moderately bitter, nice. zombywoof (467) - Overland Park, Kansas, USA - JAN 20, 2012
Very watery bitter. Thin light caramel and metal. Raisin and paper. Pretty lightweight fare even for a bitter. drowland (8880) - Georgia, USA - JAN 16, 2012
1/16/12. 16oz can. Clear ruby pour with a small tan head that sticks. Light caramel aroma with toasted breads, caramel, a bit of metal, and green apples. Sweet caramel flavor with toasted breads, more metal, and sweet green apples. This is a glass of disaster.
seymour (2075) - Maplewood, Missouri, USA - JAN 9, 2012
Tasted tall-boy can from Beers of the World Mix Pack into tulip glass. Side-by-side with Cain’s Dark Mild for comparison. Poured a nice clear copper color with creamy off-white foam, long-lasting but little lace. Aromas of mild malts, some caramel, faint pleasant English hops, some fruity ale yeast esters. Nice tangy flavor, some toast and biscuit, good balance of malt sweetness to hops bitterness but they pretty much cancel each other out. Nowadays we’re all spoiled by so many great Extra Special Bitters and India Pale Ales, it’s easy to look down on a plain-old Pub Bitter, but I think this one’s historically accurate, understated but tasty. gregwilsonstl (2574) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - JAN 8, 2012
Sweet smell, light amber color, thin head. There is nothing "bitter" about it. Very biscuity and buttery. No lacing. Volgon (2763) - Manchester, New Hampshire, USA - JAN 7, 2012
14.9oz can: Pours a clear copper with a medium white head, aroma has caramel and grass, starts and ends lightly bitter with a watery ending. mtjoseph (244) - Murderapolis, Minnesota, USA - JAN 3, 2012
16oz can. Pours a dark copper with some what of a small off white head. Aroma of bread, earthy malt, and some sugary carmel. Pretty tame. Flavors aren’t that bad for a 4% beer. Earthy wood, slight bitterness, caramel. Light bodied, yet kinda creamy at the same time. Just a hair of bitterness. Hasn’t made a big impression on me, but I actually don’t mind this at all. cheap (5957) - Beaver Valley, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 3, 2012
This beer pours dark from a can with a pleasant aroma. One of the better smelling beers which are not fruit beer. Creamy anulus. Nice and mellow with soothing fine co2, not a whole lot, just enough to let you know its there. Yes, simply a riendly beer, glad to try this. I liked the other Cain I had too, it was just as mild. This what I think when I think beer, just simply good mild stuff. Does have a slight alky feel to it on the finish. Does get a little flat near the end of the can.