DBob5150 (236) - Kansas City, Missouri, USA - AUG 12, 2011
From a can. Nothing about this beer’s appearance really stands out. Pours like any other typical American macro. Light to medium yellow body with a thin white head that disappears quick. Drinks easy with a light hoppy flavor. It’s good and I’d recommend it, but a bit overpriced. Go with Olympia, better beer at a better price jeremytoni (3082) - Swedesboro, New Jersey, USA - JUL 22, 2011
From a can poured a golden color with a fair amount of head. Grassy malty flavor with a quick finish. FROTHINGSLOSH (8069) - GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 8, 2011
Sampled from a 12 oz can this beer poured a medium yellow-gold with a medium sized soapy whit head that faded quickly. The aroma was sweet, tangy, corny and industrial. The flavor was dryish, tangy and had a touch of cardboard. The finish was short, tangy and vaguely bitter. Thin body. Not much to this one. Bland and inoffensive. luttonm (6657) - Seattle, Washington, USA - APR 30, 2011
22oz can. Glad to try a local standout. At least the ads were on every bar in town. Typical lager, but a bit more flavor than I’d expect at the expense of carbonation and crispness. wattery, metallic. not the worst thing out there. machfive55 (358) - Columbia, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 8, 2010
This is pretty much your typical american lager, nothing really special about it. Aroma of corn and also corn flavors in the beer. It is crisp and refreshing but that is about all I can say about it, drinkable.
SN11 (66) - USA - AUG 19, 2010
Krausened or not krausened, there’s really no difference that I see only a gimmick to sell more of this corn water. typical american pale lager whatever crap. They serve this at the idiotic Cubs game in Chicago in a gay neighborhood. That in itself tells you alot!. Piss water for idiots who think this is real beer and pay $6 for a can. Piss corn water. Frank (4225) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 27, 2010
So Old Style changed its recipe to an old one and RateBeer thinks it’s a different beer. Having drank plenty of both versions I can tell you that it’s not much different and I have no idea why as of June of 2010 it’s listed as a separate beer. That being said, I love my ticks so here goes... This is as classic an example you can get of an American lager brewed w/ corn. From it’s yellow golden color to its crisp, light flavor it is pretty much exactly what you expect from this style. The possible exception to this is I find it has somewhat less carbonation than many of its cousins which makes it a bit more drinkable but a bit less crisp. There are examples of American lagers I like better but that is mostly personal preference. This is about as good as it gets for the style and was before they changed to the old recipe too. NobleSquirrel (3438) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 25, 2010
From the can at Wrigley Field. Pours a pale yellow/gold with fluffy white head. Nose is musty and grainy, light corn notes. Beer smell. On taste, very quenching on a hot day. Pretty reasonable beer and clean. No off flavors. Tasty enough. willie_mo (5) - Ohio, USA - MAY 10, 2010 does not count
This is my favorite American brewed beer. I like the Kraeusened taste. It helps to that this is a cheaper beer! A staple for me whenever I go to Chicago is to pick up a case of Old Style! topherh (1929) - Kearney, Missouri, USA - MAY 5, 2010
Pours golden with a big white head. Aroma is sweet and grainy. Flavor is very light, a little sweetness, grainy, clean finish. Easy to drink and unoffensive.