RATINGS: 400   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.29/5   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
A beer inspired by The Playground of the World. Classically brewed to pair perfectly with whatever amuses you.

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2.8
PaulUnwin (92) - Pinellas Park, Florida, USA - NOV 8, 2011
hazy appearance, aroma of bread, lightly bitter, light body, average carbonation, tastes pretty much like similar lagers of this style.

2.8
jredmond (8770) - New York, New York, USA - NOV 8, 2011
Draft Atm GMT with andrew, Brendan and serete. Plural is respecto anverso with thin white lacing. Aroma is serete lagery Malta and fruit. Mouthfeel is carbonated with bitterness and fruity hops. Thankyou top Kyle estúpido droid forma turning ok españolea corrector Ron!

2.7
lampeno420 (320) - Zeeland, Michigan, USA - DEC 31, 2007
Overall is so high because of the drinkability. Crisp refreshing lager that was enjoyable to just kick back and enjoy. A great lawnmower beer.

2.7
Ernest (7861) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - AUG 27, 2008
Bottle.

Head is initially average sized, frothy, off-white to light brown, mostly diminishing.
Body is clear medium to dark amber.

Aroma is lightly to moderately malty (cookie, caramel), moderately hoppy (apricot, flowers, orange/grapefruit), with a light note of black tea.

Flavor is moderately sweet, lightly acidic, lightly bitter.
Finish is lightly to moderately sweet, lightly acidic, moderately bitter.

Medium body, syrupy texture, lively carbonation.

Reasonably nice, if simple, aroma followed by an uncomfortably sweet and syrupy mouth experience. Sweetness lingers long after the swallow, and is only barely managed by bitterness. Ho hum overall.

2.7
brokephibroke (315) - Mead, Colorado, USA - NOV 2, 2008
copper pour whitish nice head. Aroma of spice, yeast and allium. Bland taste and mimnimal body. Better than most of it’s type, but not so good overall.

2.7
DeanF (2529) - Quebec, CANADA - AUG 27, 2011
Served at 14.5c/57.9f. It’s a rather boring gold body with a semi-solid head, but you wouldn’t write home about it. Soft malt aroma of a bad cheap lager. Flavour is a mix of malts and a bit of barley and caramel; okay I suppose. Dry finish. Not a bad lager, but far from a good lager.

2.7
FunkyF (1359) - Örebro, SWEDEN - NOV 5, 2015
Fat på manitobas. Ljust gul med vitt skum. Lite fruktig doft med citrus. Lite citrus i smaken men mest malt.

2.6
mhelgason (495) - Salem, Oregon, USA - SEP 20, 2008
small white cream (mostly dissapating) head into amber body with good lacing. Aromas of mild malts and hops. flavors of light to moderate bittersweet and finishes light bitter. Some acidic apple in the finish, which is moderately long. I was not a fan.

2.6
Beaver (1853) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - OCT 2, 2011
12oz bottle. Pours a slightly hazy light amber with a small off white head that leaves a little lacing.



The aroma is sweet toasted caramel and toffee malts.



The flavor is sweet toffee and caramel malts with a grassy bitter finish. The mouthfeel is medium to full bodied with smooth carbonation and a syrupy sweet texture.



Overall, I didn’t care for it too much. Reminded me of an amped up Dos Equis.

2.6
justabeergeek (269) - Albany, New York, USA - MAR 20, 2012
Nice light toffee/caramel coloring with a solid white head. Smells sweet, almost like caramel candy. Some bitter maltiness in the flavor with some background toffee and caramel notes. Some strange bitterness, too, in the finish that smacks of hops, but almost seems like an oxidized flavor, too. It was present in all 3 of the ones I tried, so I don’t believe it was an "off" bottle. Interesting beer. I would try this one again, but I wouldn’t go out of my way for it.


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