thornecb (5909) - Marblehead, Massachusetts, USA - APR 22, 2012
Pours deep amber into a shaker. Tan head with excellent retention recedes leaving sheet lacing. Malt aromas. Sweet and thin with caramel front to back. dalfaro86 (309) - Mexico City, MEXICO - MAR 22, 2012
Clear amber brew with thin head with no retention, very weak aroma with notes of malt, thin body, refreshing, the flavor has notes of roasted malts, caramel and the caracteristic metalic/plastic notes of CM. lenny0612 (1) - Tucson, Alabama, USA - MAR 21, 2012 does not count
One of my favorite beers. Has a great taste and after taste. Good Carmel color sseb69 (1909) - Gatineau, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 28, 2012
Bouteilles 325 ml. 4.5%. Bue à Playa Del Carmen. Couleur ambrée, mousse blanche. Une autre belle découverte...une alternative aux pale lager Mexicaines. Arôme de malt. En bouche, un peu d’herbes, douce. Finale avec un peu de houblon. Très bonne. chavacano (2) - - FEB 24, 2012 does not count
This beer is definitely my favorite mexican draft. Unfortunately you have to drive across the border to get a taste of this beer. Its like a Dos XX Ambar and a Negra Modelo mated and had a smooth easy on the palate and absolutely no "afterbite" beer. If you happen to bring some back to the states I highly recommend buying a Caguama "large bottle" because it seems to hold taste better than the 12oz bottles. You can literally sit down and drink pitcher after pitcher of this stuff and not feel your stomach about to explode or a numb mouth because of the Hoppy bitterness ale’s will leave behind. Head south of the border and enjoy an "Oktoberfest" tasting lager and taste the smooth caramel aroma that will make your palate dance...
indiojoe (10) - glendale, Arizona, USA - FEB 24, 2012
UPDATED: APR 26, 2012 Best, easy-drinking Marzen/Oktoberfest lager from Mexico. Be warned-- the bottle product is inferior to the draft. Funny how people judge a beer that’s been smuggled into the US in a hot car trunk and expect it to sing and dance. Enjoy the caramel-malt aroma with a satisfying sweet finish. Think Paulaner Oktoberfest lager at about half the weight. If you are looking for an ale experience, don’t waste your time. Check it out in Nogales, Rocky Point, San Luis Rio Colorado, and Mexicali. Best place to find it is a gringo-feel sports bar called Chiltepino’s. In Nogales, Sonora, take a 15-minute cab ride to El Tule for the world’s best Carnitas and Guacamole. !Salud! daknole (11049) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - NOV 29, 2011
Black Friday tasting...meh. Darkish pour. Malty as hell on the nose. Flavor is malty and booze. Not for me. No thanks. hellbilly (3249) - scottsdale über alles, Arizona, USA - OCT 1, 2011
10/1/11. quart bottle.
bright amber with a white head. clear.
a. is a touch chocolatey, some malt, florals akin to rice, some funky disgusting business, sweat and alkyhol.
the flavor is the same... actually, not terrible. clean crisp finish.
sharp carbonation. dece for swill. dope ass label. 5/4/5/3/10 Benjii (3049) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 19, 2011
Second bottle of this beer, why God why? Pours an amber colour with no head at all. Aroma of caramel, toffee and cabbage. Similar flavours with a fair CO2 prickle, not sure how though... Dry finish with a fair vegetal linger. Cabbage infused soda water? northropfrye (3593) - Steinbach, Manitoba, CANADA - AUG 6, 2011
Bottle in Mexico City. Reddish colour. A little malty. An unadventurous beer.