RATINGS: 11   MEAN: 2.13/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.21/5   ABV: -
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presario (4916) - Stampede City, Alberta, CANADA - SEP 3, 2004
UPDATED: SEP 4, 2004 Bottle. Says light beer but not %. Honey and artificial flavour added. Hmmm artificial almond! Looks like a glass of dark apple juice. Almost no head. Funky sweet aroma at times like honey, possibly nuts and chemicals. Tastes like a macro beer and grape nuts. Too thin, not enough malt flavour, ruined by the artificial flavours. Glad I only have the one.

BillKismet (4103) - Seattle, Washington, USA - JUL 4, 2003
ALthough this is advertised as a "light beer" it is certainly of a far better class than Am. Lights. Golden/bronze colored with a faded half head this beer was dank smelling initially, but rolls of heavy honeyness soon surfaced--much similar to a recent mead experience. The flavor was rather unextraordinary honey water and too light. This is a fair lager with honey the definining characteristic.

SledgeJr (3577) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - OCT 23, 2005
In the bottle from a cheapo sixer ($4.99). While this says "light beer," I’m not so sure that it has any different formulary than any other Lawson Creek beer. Dark golden/pale amber color with virtually no head retention. Faint aroma of honey and an unusual odor that I can’t discern- certainly not almonds. Remarkably, this beer does not suck, if you consider that it is a light beer. I’m just skeptical that Gluek is pulling something over us here.

mjg74 (3151) - La Mesa, California, USA - AUG 21, 2004
Pours a golden color. Has a really strong scent of some sort of artificial sweetness. Has a really strange taste, something between a bad cider and crunch and munch. It is different I will give it that, and it’s drinkable. Not really a quality effort but I’ll drink the sixer.

harlequinn (2744) - Tacoma, Washington, USA - MAY 11, 2004
I have to agree with the previous rating. This really does taste like a light beer with honey and butter. Watery and syrupy sweet malts predominate. I would never drink another bottle of this again.

SDalkoholic (2408) - Linda Vista, California, USA - AUG 8, 2004
This is a okay beer in my book. The label doesn’t say anything about it being a light beer like someone had stated but it does say brewed in America, and thats why i picked it up. Its a pretty decent lager that has me telling myself to pick it up if its ever 5 dollars a 6 or chepaer.

Enniskillen (2060) - Bakersfield, California, USA - DEC 30, 2004
Not really a head forms, just a small amount of scattered white foam on the top that looks like Greenland. Body is an light amber. Aroma is honey, and there is almond that smell veeeeery fake and extract like. Taste is fake.

21iceman40 (1735) - Grafton, Wisconsin, USA - AUG 17, 2003
I keep seeing this crap everywhere. How much bad beer do they make in cold spring mn? Well it smells like honey butter. It tastes kinda like sweet honey butter too that and alot of water. certainly not good but much better than most of the shit they make at gluek.

demitriustown (1192) - Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA - FEB 1, 2007
12 oz bottle: Smells like artificial vanilla and a bit of honey and just has an artificial stench to it. Poured a pale golden color with a small bubbly head that disappeared after about a half of a second. Lets taste this bad boy...Bubbly on the palate. A big artificial flavor and adjunct taste to it. This is pretty bad. Just noticed at the bottom it said " Malt beverage with Honey and artificial flavors." Figures. Booooo!

drinkbeer (283) - Redondo Beach, California, USA - AUG 4, 2004
Smells winey. Interesting twizzler taste, however, keeps me slightly amused.

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