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RATINGS: 343   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.26/5   EST. CALORIES: 147   ABV: 4.9%
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For centuries, brewmasters have used honey as an ingredient in beer to enhance a brew’s naturally sweet, creamy flavor. Our Honey Lager is brewed in this tradition, using all natural honey and the finest barley malts for rich, smooth taste and a deep golden color.

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2.5
Bcoble003 (291) - Jblm, Washington, USA - JUN 22, 2011
If you like sweet beers that are somewhat affordable then this is def a beer you should try but I think it may give someone stomach achedue to the sweetness

2.5
vikingguy (1106) - Carver, Minnesota, USA - MAY 1, 2011
Golden color. Honey is pronounced in both the aroma and taste. Nothing complex, just tastes like a lager with honey. Pretty much what I expected from this. That being said, I’ve always enjoyed beers with honey and this is a decent one. It’s crisp, clean, and easy to drink. If anything, a little too sweet. Can’t drink more than two of these without getting a little cloying. Very light body. Overall, a pretty decent honey lager.

2.5
wlajwl (7005) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - FEB 2, 2011
Honey gives it a decent aroma but an off-flavor. Rather industrial in the malts and passable.

2.5
italarican (1549) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 29, 2010
Bottle. Clear golden-amber pour with standard white head. Aroma is light of honey, flowers, grains. Flavor is watered down honey with flowers and a touch of yeast. Not my thing but fairly non-threatening.

3.3
Lagunitasfan (1323) - San Diego, California, USA - NOV 24, 2010
You cannot hate on this beer just because of the label. I poured this with a tick and a pour in mind, and started perusing the threads. Next thing I knew this enjoyable beer was gone from my glass. Sweet and lightly malty. Totally drinkable. Truly not bad for a macro offering.

0.8
beernovice39 (3270) - Idaho, USA - NOV 12, 2010
A clear amber beer. Almost no scent. Taste is honey. Way to sweet for me and very thin water feel.

3
Onslow (1521) - Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA - NOV 9, 2010
Pour from a 12 oz bottle. Brownish yellow brew with a thin head that quickly disaapates. Aroma of light grain and honey. Flavor is lightly sweet with grain and a light honey flavor. Not overly sweet, with a modest bit of hops bitter on the back of the tongue at the end of the swallow.

2.5
OTownKnight (38) - Orlando, Florida, USA - OCT 12, 2010
Pours a dark golden color with a thin white head. Has a strong aroma of honey. Smell is very sweet, deliciously sweet on the palate as well. Taste is a little odd, and dissappointing. It is very hard to notice the honey in the taste. I’m sure it’s what they were going for, but this beer turned out to be something slightly unusual. I love the sweetness of it, and it smells delicious. Not a fan of the taste though. 10/20

1.9
bpreo (2902) - Eugene, Oregon, USA - OCT 12, 2010
UPDATED: OCT 14, 2010 I don’t need Michelob making my Honey beer. It’s not really Honey beer either, is it?

2.3
DrnkMcDermott (3130) - Downers Grove, Illinois, USA - AUG 13, 2010
12 oz. bottle. Gold color, tending toward amber, in a glass with the usual big megabeer head. A bit of honey in the nose, and just a slight note of alcohol. Taste is OK. Honey predominates, even suggesting a hint of mead. Some undefined bitterness in the backbone. But halfway down, a thin mouthfeel lets out some adjuncts in the form of overdone sweetness and alcohol fusels. Michelob actually has had some decent beers in various styles, but honeyed beer can be elusive to pull off.


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