Onslow (1497) - Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA - APR 13, 2014
Pour from a 12oz bottle. Pale yellow brew with white head that immediately fades. Not much to the aroma but for a bit of metal. Taste is bland sweet corn at the start with a slightly metallic astringent finish. Inoffensive and verging on worse. Not so good. tcane7 (1674) - Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 7, 2014
Bottle courtesy of Pedro. Pours a lightly hazy, pale straw with quickly diminishing white head. Nose of toast, iron, unfermented wort, feedbag, honey. Lightish body. Cloyingly sweet. I think I’m going to introduce this to the drain. msalsbury (32) - Hilliard, Ohio, USA - DEC 19, 2013
The color is a very pale amber. The aroma is very sweet, sweeter than many of the sweeter Belgians, and seems to scream the word ’corn’ with some grassy or barnyard elements to it. The flavor backs that up. There’s no complexity here. It’s sweet and malty, with a little corn to it, and virtually no hops presence. (But I’m not an IPA fanatic, so that doesn’t bother me.) In spite of the sweetness and lack of complexity, it’s a very easy beer to drink. It’s smooth, not too thick or creamy. While it would never make my list of the 10, 20, or even 100 beers I’d want to be stuck on a desert island with, it’s not terrible. I’d take it over any beer by the macro breweries, and over some of the craft and micro beers I’ve had in the past year or so. Would I rather have an Ommegang, Left Hand, Dogfish Head, or New Belgium product? Yes. But would I turn this down if offered it at a party? Depends on the alternatives. bytemesis (8450) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - SEP 14, 2013
Yeah baby! Thanks to trycyclist for bonusing me this want list gem! Pours hazy amber with a gigantic off-white creamy head that dissipates with nice, if somewhat clumpy, lacing. Aroma is corn syrup, grain, caramel. Flavor is sweet, corny, brown sugar, butterscotch. Medium body. Nowhere near as bad as I expected, actually. DutchDrebus (6002) - Oirschot, NETHERLANDS - SEP 12, 2013
Bottle @ home thx to joes. Sloghtly hazy pale yellow colour with a small white head. Smells cattlefeed, hay, barnyard, babyfood herbs. Tastes white cabbage, vegetables, watery. Thin body, soft carbo. No.
Benzai (15624) - Oirschot, THE NETHERLANDS, NETHERLANDS - SEP 12, 2013
Bottle @ weekly tasting shared by Joes. A bit unclear yellowish color, small white head. Smell and taste wort and grainy "cattle feed". Lives up to its name. Damn. ansjelaah (1748) - Oirschot, NETHERLANDS - SEP 12, 2013
Gedronken met joes, dutchdrebis en benzai. Gele heldere kleur. Ruikt naar spinazie, olvarit. Smaakt ook zoiets, beetje kuilvoerachtig DrSilverworm (9671) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - AUG 15, 2013
12oz bottle. $2 from Party Source. Because fuck it, they’ll stock anything. Totally clear golden yellow color. Thin white head. No lace really sticks. Wow, this is like liquid corn. Literally, the most straight-up corn beer (or beverage of any kind) that I’ve ever had. Which is actually kind of interesting. It’s a yellow-corn showcase. Way less skunky and metallic flavors than I was expecting. A little, sure, but way, way less than expected. Mostly just an impressively clean sweet yellow corn flavor. I can’t believe I’m giving this a 6 for aroma, but it’s just straight up clean corn and I can’t fault it for that. Damn interesting, really. I fear I may find it in the bowl tomorrow. Taste is lightly sour, moderate sweet. Medium body. Kind of smoothish, crispish, light to moderate carbonation, more dry texture. Man, this is conflicting. I’m kind of intrigued and fascinated by the taste, but I know if I curiously drank a 6 pack of this I’d have the worst drunk-time / hangover ever. Might be fun to try. Seriously, not great though. But Horse Piss is a misnomer (not that I would know) drfabulous (7952) - Lexington, Kentucky, USA - AUG 8, 2013
12 ounce from Liquor Barn for $2. Was a bit cautious about the price, but hey, look at that name! Bready and slightly malty. Slight lemon to it. Bit of grape. Hardly the worst beer I’ve ever had. My expectations were far lower than what I ended up with. ContemplateBeer (2089) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - JUL 30, 2013
Aroma: (2- very bad) Very doughy yeast aroma, like soggy white bread. Maybe a touch of lemon in there. Maybe.
Appearance: (2- below average) A very slight white head (if you can call it that) caps off a very carbonated, translucent gold body. Does not look appealing.
Flavor: (2- very bad) Soggy bread meets Lipton’s iced tea; rather tangy. Maybe even a tomato note that those really bad N/A middle eastern near-beers have. This might get lowered if I lose my lunch within the hour.
Palate: (1- very bad) Light body, thin texture, fizzy carbonation and a long finish to prolong the pain.
Overall: Yeesh. One of the worst things I’ve ever put in my mouth. After reading other reviews, it seems the quality goes up and down, and this is hopefully rock bottom. Glad I picked up a bottle since 1. It’s from Kentucky. 2. It’s the worst beer in Kentucky, and I had to try that. 3. It’s for charity (see website). Still, you’d think BBC would make a charitable beer that people wanted to drink again and again. So, maybe it’s one of the worst charitable beers out there? Could be. Got my drainpour on.