daniel0017 (455) - Yukon, CANADA - SEP 18, 2017
i remember drinking this and liking it when I bought a six pack back in 1992. can't recall anything specific about the taste / aroma profile but it did make me more distinguished than my teen contemporaries so it was a winner. MarshallMac (143) - West Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 18, 2002
had a great time last night drinking this shit with buddies in the dorm room. got me nice and saucy Cartoonkhaki (1313) - Brantford, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 30, 2002
Tody who's toby...??? This is a medium beer. It's really strange.......... Crit (4057) - Surrey, British Columbia, CANADA - DEC 3, 2002
Pale amber with lasting off white head.Creamy and gassy. Pilsener/cider mix style but hoppier DougShoemaker (3146) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JAN 17, 2003
Sweet malt aroma, copper, with a medium vanilla head. Mild malt flavour, small bitterness, fairly liveless in the mouth. Regular stuff, I wonder if it was better when it was from the U.K.? By the way, to answer Cartoon_khaki's question, Toby is the name given to the mug, in which one drank their beer, featured on the label.
Radek Kliber (7483) - Toronto (Can) Krotoszyn (Pol), POLAND - MAY 2, 2004
Thick nice presenting head, light brown in color. Tea, light bitterness, soft palate, hint of roasted malt. This is not one of the cleaner beers I had dhurtubise (568) - Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 29, 2002
It's a strange beer. Your first sip tells you you don't want another. But you can force yorself through it. It's what you get if you would mix a mild cider with a bitter or EPA. Oakes (18756) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - MAY 2, 2004
I don’t think this is made in England anymore, but Molson has made it in Ontario since the ’60s. My grandfather used to drink this before he discovered Sam Adams. Copper-amber colour. Slightly papery, plasticy tasting. Then comes the caramel - quite a bit of it, and a slight mineral note. It isn’t English by a long shot, but for Molson it’s a good beer. For Molson. zimbo (970) - SCOTLAND - DEC 2, 2012
At one time I drank this by the gallon on the half baked idea that this was approaching an authentic English ale. This was helped by the brewer’s generous amount of caramel and a stuffing that was virtually free of substance apart from a ripping acidity.