Cartoonkhaki (1301) - Brantford, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 13, 2004
What’s going on here. Molson has one good beer that I don’t mind drink.... I’m confused..... your yellow with a white head stuff. Malty and more robust then anything else molson has brewed. Has flavour as well.... bready dough....hmmmm pintbypint (3763) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - NOV 6, 2004
341ml brown bottle. Standard yellow with white head appearance. Light sweet aroma, some malt shows up. Clean tasting, some malts. Not bad, refreshing and clean, just a little light for me. presario (4916) - Stampede City, Alberta, CANADA - SEP 18, 2004
Not much of an aroma. Golden beer with a nice head. Flavour is smooth right to the bottom. A little maltier than most Molson products. A touch of lemon in the finish. dirkules (629) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 1, 2004
UPDATED: OCT 19, 2004 Always told that bohemian is a scary beer, and perhaps it’s a bit psychosomatic to let this beer affect your decisions.. but this is a fruity creamy saaz-like beer. If it wasn’t for my father’s friends I probably never would have come across it. pootzboy (1784) - Kitchener, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 22, 2004
UPDATED: DEC 8, 2004 This is NOT the Bohemia styled lager that was available from Molson’s Saskatchewan brewery only.(Dewdney St. Regina) Not to be confused with Boheniam maid from Edmonton’s Strathcona brewery. "Boh" represents a long Saskatchewan brewing tradition.... origionally brewed for half a century by a local brewer that was bought by Molson in the 60s. They (fortunately) did not move this beer to other breweries or frigged with the ingredients or process until the ’90s. It tastes similar to the the way it always had when it won some Brussels medals in the 60s as a Bohemia style lager. It certainly was the best Canadian representation of the style from the Macro brewers at that time. However, even though this Saskatchewan beer has both taste and balence it is a blended beer....and now that Molsons is in trouble it has been brewed (badly) in Alberta and had it’s label used on some cheap corn beer in Ontario.
Pours a clear medium gold color with a medium head that reduces to a ring that clings to the glass through the entire drink. Low carbonation. Has as light floral hop aroma mingled with sweet grain smells. Starts crisp then builds to a light bodied malty body followed by a clean finish punctuated by the hops thus leaving a tinny hop after taste.
All in all, this Sask, "Boh" is a pretty good Canadian beer and it is an undiscovered treat that only Saskatchewan enjoyed for decades. However Molsons have decimated this once good recipie with moving production location, blending and lastly marketing crap under the label.
Update 25/11/04: Well I suppose it was inevitable. Molson has taken "Boh" and is brewing it in Torionto to hit the cheap-ass marjet teir....in the process the Ontario Bohemia has suffered in qusality it is an adjunct beer there with a Bohemia label on it but it tastes nothing like the original Saskatchewan Bohemia...an damn shame. The punks that guzzel this in Onterrible will never know what real "Boh" tastes like.
Lubiere (14133) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - JAN 13, 2004
I concur with the Flu. The nose is hoppy for a Molson product, very czech saaz like. The hops are also percieved in the mouth, with cooky malt, anda light sweetness...this could pass for a micro or a euro! CapFlu (5129) - Victoria, British Columbia, CANADA - DEC 31, 2003
UPDATED: APR 19, 2004 (Bottle) Was told that -Boh- is a farmer's beer and should be avoided. Can all them farmers be wrong? Pours a medium, white frothy head and a golden body. Light carbonation and sedimentation. Nose of milky malt and saaz hops. Fruity, crisp and mossy malt. Interesting, balanced. Like nothing else Molson makes...