RblWthACoz (964) - Brooklyn, New York, USA - SEP 27, 2007
Pours a clear strar gold with a fast falling white head. Nose is like a dirty cellar. Really. It is like unclean. Just not smooth at all. Flavor is very light with a grainy constant taste. Feel has a lot of bubble on the tongue, but it is very thin on the liquid feel. Overall this is a pretty average brew. Nothing special to write about and just another beer to try. RSRIZZO (1986) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - SEP 23, 2007
Had this beer on 7/5/2006. Aroma has a bit of carmel to it. Carbomnation is good wiht a nice head. Its a nice beer to drink. hopscotch (11101) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - SEP 13, 2007
Bottle… Clear yellow lager with a large, wispy, white head. Good retention. Big aroma of orange blossom orange and pale grains with only a rumor of peppery hops. Sweet, grainy flavor with lots of toffee-like malt essence. Pulls up just shy of being cloyingly sweet. A touch alcoholic. Full-bodied and a little bit oily with fizzy carbonation. Finishes crisp and lightly sweet. Way better than expected! Quack-Duck (9484) - Down South, GERMANY - SEP 5, 2007
can, received from a friend. Clear golden yellow, persistent and creamy head. Aroma of herbs. Very full-bodied, flavours of malt, fruit and herbs. Slightly sweet, well-rounded with hopy. The alcohol is not detectable at all to my opinion, very smooth beer, one has to pay attention because it is stronger than it feels. R-dog (19) - Alabama, USA - MAY 25, 2007
Let this be the beer that destroys your stereotypes about malt liquor. First whiff of this beer will remind you of tart apples, like an apple wine, a thin smell, maybe due to the higher acohol content. Drink it cold, and it is smooth and malty, like a milkshake, with low carbonation. As it warms to room temperature you will detect its earthiness. The head is not soapy. It is very smooth and creamy, like a malt ought to be. It tastes like a slightly flat hard cider, made from apples not quite as tart as granny smiths. If you made a beer from granny smiths dipped in caramel you have this beer. Add just the slightest touch of earthiness. The color is a tad cloudy, with a nice golden hue.
Be warned, in addition to the 7.8% acl content this beer has some other magical ingredient that will do a number on you, real fast. I can’t identify this component, but it is the main reason this beer has been named the official band beer for my rock band. This is prescription strength beer, and it’ll "cure what ails ya". It comes in a snub bottle as well as the one pictured here. There is also some nice artwork on the label. 11.2 oz
Cybercat (5835) - Georgia, USA - MAY 23, 2007
Appearance is about average, a typical clear amber-yellow and very foamy (be careful when you open the bottle). Malty aroma has a strong yeast component. Flavor is lively and malty, with a little hop taste and bitterness and toffee hints. Smooth and rich, it is an enjoyable malt liquor. chmurarz (632) - Legnica POLAND, POLAND - MAY 14, 2007
nice brew, well balanced as for such high alcohol content, aroma is lemona dn malts, and flavour is mainly malt,OK nick76 (4399) - Tampa, Florida, USA - MAY 5, 2007
The aroma has corn like malt and light hops. The appearance is pale gold with a small white head. The flavor is like a malt liquor. There is nothing great here just malt and a metallic, plastic, astringent finish. The palate is thin and slightly oily. This beer is not stale just not good. The only decent quality is the malt and that’s it. Ibrew2or3 (8614) - Tempe, Arizona, USA - MAR 17, 2007
Bottle poured out watery gold with almost no head. It has a very mild aroma of grainy cereal malts and sweet malts. After a few more samples of the nose it becomes apparent this beer is virtually odorless. The flavor has lots of grainy cereal like malts and corn. After that is a sizable sugary malt taste. There may also be a hint of noble hops in there too. mybrainhurts (397) - North Dakota, USA - MAR 14, 2007
Faint malt corn aroma. Lightly malted sweetness and grainy flavor. Alcohol is masked well. Not bad not great.