Cavie (4805) - Arlington, Texas, USA - MAY 29, 2010
Bottle from HyVee. Pale Lager, my favorite! Pours a clear apple juice gold with a fading white head. Aroma is heavy on the grain and European malts. Bitter taste with a metallic fading finish. Grainy flavor. hillfiiiiire (323) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - MAY 26, 2010
Grabbed this at a party from someone who left his beer and scrammed home. The Supper Club name gave me no indication of its style. When I poured it though, I cringed a little realizing from the appearance alone that it was a pale lager, which if my years of college taught me nothing else, they taught me to fear that appearance in a beer. The aroma is pretty hay like and perhaps corn(?). Taste is a bit better than a standard pale lager affair. Grassy hops, plenty of malts. But still that tingy, metallic taste I’ve always come to associate with pale lagers. Finishes pretty crisp. All in all, heads and shoulders above any macro pale lager, but it’s still a pale lager, a style whose name I don’t think I can ever get over. honkeybro (1) - USA - MAY 18, 2010 does not count
Why did they relabel Pabst Blue Ribbon? The aroma and finish are good, but the PBR alcohol taste in the middle isn’t worth the time. Had it with tacos and possibly could have been the wrong food type. Drink this and think PBR and you’ll see. Soonah (1120) - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA - MAY 5, 2010
Poured clear and golden with a foamy white head and some lacing. The aroma was mostly sugar and corn. The flavor pretty much followed suit with some grass mixed in. Thin body with nice carbonation. A pretty good beer to drink at a baseball game. GranvilleTim (1857) - Granville, Illinois, USA - MAY 1, 2010
Clear yellow pour with a white head. Cereal grain aroma. The taste is cereal grains, but not as dominate as in the aroma. It is semi-sweet, creamy, an alright lager. Leaves a nice mouthfeel.
drowland (9057) - Georgia, USA - APR 29, 2010
4/29/10. 12oz bottle into a pint glass. The pour is clear golden brown/yellow with a fizzy white head that disappears fast. The aroma is grassy creamy hay. The flavor is pale malt, apples, grass, hay, etc. Meh, it is what it is. CanIHave4Beers (4225) - Pouring Bus, Iowa, USA - APR 29, 2010
Pours a light golden color with a nice big head that is well retained and leaves some spotty lace. The aroma is crisp and bready with some grassy and fresh hoppy notes. The flavor is crisp and nicely bitter, plenty hoppy for the style with a light cereal maltiness that lends a little sweetness, but generally the beer is fairly dry and very bready. A tasty interpretation of the style indeed. IlanMan (1015) - Appleton, Wisconsin, USA - APR 21, 2010
Bottle. Pour is super clear light golden with a frothy white head. Aroma was of pilsener malt, light bread, and maybe a touch of corn. Flavors were well blended and very light with some small amount of bread, a touch of corn, and just a little bit of citrus hop flavor. Real light brew that, although isn’t my preferred style, is light, refreshing, and doesn’t taste too bad. drpimento (3759) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - APR 20, 2010
Hahahahaha ya, well.... Trying to think of the biz plan for this: we’re going to make an average cheapo beer, use a marketing gimmick, an there ya have it. That’s what this is. While it’s true this is what’s common in the county supper clubs, so what? Wax nostalgic.Poured with a nice white head and good lace. Color is a clear amber. Aroma is world common beer with a little extra malt. Flav is the same. Finish - ditto. Session if it’s your only option. HonkeyBra (4044) - Lemont, Illinois, USA - APR 16, 2010
Pour golden. Lots of bubbles, almost fizzy. Grainy aroma, light grass, a bit of corn. Flavor is full, deep lager malt profile, some grass, hay, lemon. Grains and still some corn. Pretty good. Well carbonated mouthfeel. A throwback style lager that I’m digging.