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RATINGS: 2231   WEIGHTED AVG: 1.61/5   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
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Representing a true innovation in American brewing, MGD's patented cold-filtered process fashions the smooth drinkability of draft beer available in bottles and cans.

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Acaro (175) - Madrid, SPAIN - MAR 14, 2017
Aroma: Too subtle, probably cereal Appearance: Golden color with clear liquid and minimal white head. Taste: Medium sour notes with light bitterness Palate: Light body with thin liquid and average carbonation. Long sour finish. Overall: Another beer to forget; too sour and bitter to be refreshing during summer and too soft flavoured to be a winter beer.

1.9
Belu_metal (31) - - MAR 11, 2017
Lager promedio. Nada especial. Baja calidad. Malta y lúpulo muy ausentes. Algo amarga. Para tomar desde la botella/lata. Carbonatacion media. Color dorado, cristalina.

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felsenpils (172) - Sacramento, California, USA - MAR 6, 2017
12 ounce can. Pours a very clear, light yellow with a white head. The head retention is good, but this is due to the foam enhancer which Miller uses called propylene glycol alginate (food grade, of course!) The aroma is extremely clean. The flavor is full of corn sweetness with low hop bitterness. The carbonation is quite lively and refreshing. All in all, a very solid adjunct (not all malt) beer which is a great thirst quencher. In the realm of international lagers, this is a very good one. I often hear the craft beer snobs criticise and denigrate beers like this, but they are very wrong because they refuse to accept the consistently high quality of a beer like MGD simply because it does not fit their taste profile.

3.5
cervmagpt (809) - PORTUGAL - MAR 1, 2017
Review based on the BJCP2015 guidelines (style 1B). Bottle 33 cl - Batch L6 249 2 17 (BBF 05/06/2017). AROMA: low cereal aroma with a grainy component. nop hop aroma present. APPEARANCE: gold color and cristal clear. medium-low white head with low retention. TASTE: medium-low to low malt flavor with a slight grainy-sweet character. medium-low to low bitterness with a semi-dry finish. no hop flavor. clean lager profile. PALATE: light body with medium-low to low carbonation. OVERALL: a regular american lager with fewer carbonation.

1.9
mariuszek (1358) - Gdynia, POLAND - FEB 21, 2017
Everyone tried Miller at least once, but I still do not find any reason to do it again. Water, water, a bit of malt and grain, skunk and high carbonation.

2.8
PTCTD (5) - NORWAY - FEB 12, 2017 does not count
All-round good. nothing special, but works both for hot and cold days! easy to drink, but not too watery.

1.4
donandres (527) - Bayombong, PHILIPPINES - FEB 9, 2017
Bottle poured to pint glass very cold beer Appearance: Light yellow, big white foam Aroma: scent smell of malt, nothing else Taste: not really great, watery Mouth feel: very carbonated Overall: good beer, repeat: no look for: no drank:

1.3
Pallleon (328) - Budapest, HUNGARY - FEB 6, 2017
Inkább ne főznék. Mindenesetre Magyarországon trendi sörként van eladva. Amerikai származása miatt meg is veszik.

1.5
klukas (268) - Rijeka, CROATIA - JAN 15, 2017
Enjoyed: Poured from a bottle into a lager glass. Appearance: Clear bright golden colour, with no head. Aroma: No actual aroma, maybe a hint of malt and something watery. Palate: Medium watery body; moderate carbonation. Taste: Sour; Hint of bitterness in aftertaste. Overall impression: Nothing special, waste of time.

2.6
MasDen (365) - Mogilev, BELARUS - JAN 11, 2017
Aroma: malt. Appearance: golden clear with thick white head. Taste: malt, a bit hops. Palate: light body, high carbonation.


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