Enniskillen (2060) - Bakersfield, California, USA - FEB 22, 2004
This is budweiser in a mexican bottle, watered down. I'm going to Mexico for Spring Break and I'm not looking forward to getting freshly skunked Coronas. dannyboydwp (48) - San Antonio, Texas, USA - FEB 21, 2004
This beer was smooth, but had almost no flavor. I know why they say to serve it with a lime! aleindulger (12) - Venice, California, USA - FEB 17, 2004
Squeeze a lime and this beer screams excitement. With the lime the beer exudes a crisp texture and sharp finsh that must be appreciate on a special level.
firemedic713 (169) - Palm Bay, Florida, USA - FEB 16, 2004
This beer has little to offer in terms of taste and quality. Must have lime just for taste. drinkinfla (21) - Melbourne, Florida, USA - FEB 16, 2004
My #1 Beach Beer. Totally undrinkable without a lime squeeze and a couple shakes of salt (the 6 for flavor includes these two adjuncts - otherwise it would be a 1). Toss in the fruit and the sodium, though, and you've got a refreshing bev for a summer day on the beach. Otherwise it's a novelty at best. Unless you're slathered in tanning oil, have your toes buried in the sand, and smelling the salt air as you watch the waves roll in, don't bother with this.
punklawyer (100) - USA - FEB 14, 2004
Water water and more water. That's all of the taste this has. Anything where you must add a lime to get any taste is not my style. BigBastard (668) - L.A., California, USA - FEB 12, 2004
Once you get past the skunk aroma, you get a slightly skunky and watery flavor. Slap a salted lime wedge in there, and it's a decently refreshing summer beer. fatguys (76) - Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 8, 2004
Thin, but refreshing. Mostly malt with a hint of weak hops. If this beer cost as much as a domestic, it would be a good lawnmower brew. Really a light beer. Overpriced. Easy to drink several. use lime frankR (149) - Livermore, California, USA - FEB 4, 2004
No better than light BMC products. Tastes like carbonated water. Nothing ineresting here, just swill. beerlover82 (241) - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 4, 2004
I honestly don't understand why someone would pay extra for a beer that's no different than the average domestic swill.Really pale, watery yellow with minimal head,minimal flavor,minimal aroma and everything else.If you want an American Standard, save yourself the extra cash and buy a domestic. And why do they insist on packaging in clear bottles?