Bork (455) - Rosewood, Georgia, USA - MAR 15, 2015
Another watery, adjunct-laden brew made solely for drinking plenty. Not too bubblegummy but unpleasantly sour on the aftertaste. Bad. TedE (1355) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - FEB 7, 2015
355ml bottle into glass. 4.6% on the label. Interesting nose, lavender & bread perhaps. Pale yellow with solid lasting white head. Spritzy mineral water taste. Very crisp sweet finish. I thought this would be terrible, it isn’t. Chudwick (3237) - Taylor Mill, Kentucky, USA - FEB 1, 2015
Bottle from bottle thanks to clear glass - why bother pouring it? Oh yeah the head. The head. Nose is corn. Plain as can be. I bought this to tick. There was an empty slot in tbe BYO 6-pack. This filled it. I like NA’s better than this. Pyobon (1416) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - JAN 17, 2015
(Bottle) Clear straw with no head. Faint aroma of damp cardboard and candy. Light body, reasonable carbonation. Very little taste - slightly citrus notes over vaguely candy sweet notes fade into a watery finish. Overall, it’s a watery pointless "beer" but is not pour-down-the-sink nasty. boozedude (2228) - Des Moines, Iowa, USA - NOV 30, 2014
bottle shared with my pal josh at the DUB... pale yellow clear pour withmetallic aroma, taste is justa nsimple cerveza, nothing spectactular, noting bad, decent overall, for what It is
StevieT (2015) - AUSTRALIA - NOV 8, 2014
From a bottle. No where near as bad as I expected from the ratings. Not any worse than Corona. beerlover1997 (1) - AUSTRALIA - JUL 16, 2014 does not count
A marvellous beer which accommodates any occasion. The rich flavour of beer and the pleasant after taste of beer is much appreciated. A far superior beer to its Mexican counterpart, the dreaded ’Carona’. Whilst many do not enjoy this beer as other ratings are sub par, it is important to remember the single most important factor, price. This marvellous Mexican fiesta of a beer can be enjoyed for $40 a carton, what is not to love. Before making your decision by reading other peoples most questionable opinions on this spectacular beverage, please try it for yourself, I can not guarantee your not will be perfect, but I can put my name on the fact that you will at least be in the company of a fine, fine beer, thankyou
Xoxo Beerlover1997 MRMedellin (301) - Bogota, COLOMBIA - MAR 17, 2014
Clear golden beer, small white head. Yeast aromas appear at the beginning, like barnyard, and leaves, after a while some sweet aromas of the malt are felt, but unluckily some of the yeast ones prevail. Sweet malt flavor, hop bitterness with an inadequate balance, and medium body making it unpleasant. Ernest (7718) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - FEB 22, 2014
Head is initially small, fizzy, white, fully diminishing.
Body is light yellow.
Aroma is lightly to moderately malty (cereal, grain, husks), with notes of creamed corn, DMS, and concrete.
Flavor is moderately sweet, trace bitterness.
Finish is lightly to moderately sweet, lightly bitter, slightly unclean, husky.
Light body, watery texture, fizzy carbonation.
I decided to go with something exotic for review #6000. It’s 2014, am I right? I’m done fucking around. I really am. I mean, come on...I visited Lithuania last year. I hate to sound arrogant, but I’ve moved up to a certain elite level here, so I can’t sit around sampling ordinary shit anymore. I need special shit. I need mystical shit. I need shit brewed by Aztec warriors, or at least someone with a cool accent. And perhaps the only other country that is bringing the noise with the same volume as Lithuania is...nope, not Bangladesh, not Burkina Faso...but El Salvador. "El Salvador?!", you’re saying. "Where the fuck is that, in Albania or something?" Nope, dumbass...it’s in Guyana. "Who?" Get a frickin’ map, dude...just look up Africa and follow the dots. Anyway, I had to special order an entire case online (not from Aztecs, sadly, but the invoice said the order was filled by someone named Aswan, so close enough), but I finally got it. We’ll get to the "how long should I cellar it?" kinds of questions later. Let’s have a gander. Man, just look at this beautiful 16th century screen-printed bottle! Where am I, in a fucking time machine?! Hell yeah, dog! It even says "Pura Cerveza" right on it. For those who don’t speak Latin, that means "Perfect Quality". Perfect. Think about that for a bit, let it sink in. "Perfect"...awww yeahhhh...stings, don’t it? Take the pain, brother. The raw, worty Lithuanian character that I’ve become attached to is admittedly *close* to perfect, but you know what? Close don’t cut it no more. I’m a beer geek, for fuck’s sake. CANTINA. That’s what I’m talking about. No cheap twist-off cap here, you gotta have one of those shark-shaped bottle openers to even get into this. You gotta have good taste too. Luckily I do, so I’m all up in this, you feel me? It’s in a clear bottle so you can see just how perfect the quality is, and also how much is left in there. That’s pura pura, baby. But let me tell you, however much is left ain’t enough for me. I need to get some more, so y’all just sit tight. Rob_D_UK (1369) - Madrid, SPAIN - JUL 10, 2013
Found this in a Mexican restaurant in Newcastle, NSW. Wasn’t expecting too much and it went fine with the food. Probably wouldn’t search for this one again but it is drinkable with a bit of a bitter finish.