bunget (1010) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 4, 2017
Can. Clear pale yellow body, small white head with poor retention and no lacing. Aroma of wet grains, herbs, corn, wet cardboard and some peppery notes. Taste of mineral water, wet grains, sugary malts and metallic tones. Ok for what it is. TaktikMTL (7921) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 10, 2017
Canette de 355 ml dégustée chez mes parents. Arôme: Très légère odeur de maïs. Apparence: La couleur est blonde avec une moyenne densité de bulle. Présence d’un mince col mousseux et d’une fine dentelle sur le verre. Saveur: Léger goût de maïs avec une très légère pointe fruitée. Courte durée de l’arrière goût. Palette: Le corps et la texture sont mince. Moyenne effervescence en bouche. Arrière goût très légèrement fruité. (Rating #7754) Listigovers (1278) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 20, 2016
I had this a long time ago, very memorable beer. Smells like corn, pours extremely pale and fizzy, tastes like almost nothing and one of the wateriest mouthfeels I’ve ever had. Worthless to drink so much liquid with so little taste or alcohol. Johnsense (1741) - - FEB 27, 2016
Fizzy golden pour. Thats the highlight here. No lacing, no mouthfeel, No taste, no aroma, no point. daniel0017 (452) - Yukon, CANADA - NOV 22, 2015
Golden yellow with a bit of fizz, small head. Smells of wet pooch and hay. Tastes like corn husk infused water. Nasty mouthfeel. Do not want :(.
Lagerboy (2221) - British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 24, 2015
355 ml slim can someone left in my beer fridge. Pale straw yellow, mostly lasting snow white foam. Smells and tastes like wet cardboard, weak, thin, feeble and aqueous. Average carbonation, light bodied, low hopped. Calorie conscious Lagerboys with dead tastebuds rejoice. LF (Lagerboy Friendly) BreWedge (553) - goose bay, Newfoundland, CANADA - SEP 9, 2015
341 ml can. Let me start by saying that this beer more than met my expectations, those expectations being that this beer would be somewhat akin to drinking a glass of Molson Canadian...that you picked up second hand off of a table at a party...after sitting in the sun for 8 hours...with a cigarette butt at the bottom of the glass. Poured a clear ultra-light straw colour with a huge white head. Aroma was faint, perhaps a little light grain. Tastes were also subtle at best, very watery with a touch of grain. A cigarette butt may actually have added some character. High carbonation provided a little bit of texture on the tongue, light body, with a short stale finish. Molson Canadian 67 is to a beer geek like garlic to a vampire, kryptonite to Superman...you get my point. westy2889 (8) - Ontario, CANADA - JUL 8, 2015 does not count
Thought this was OK until I had another beer directly before it. Wow did it taste like cardboard water after that. Unfortunately I had 7 left, but adding lime to this actually makes it drinkable, and enjoyable. Standalone it is terrible. ComradeK (1256) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - MAY 17, 2015
473ml can. I can’t comment on the pour, as I consumed it from the can. The aroma is pretty minimal: light hops, maybe some lemon and slight grain. There are some mild artificial citrus hops up front, a grainy mid-palate, and an oddly boozy and mildly metallic finish. Just another lager. BeerAndPonies (171) - Medicine Hat, Alberta, CANADA - FEB 10, 2015
341 ml bottle purchased as a scratch ’n dent discount from Sobeys Liquor, served in my dual-level lager glass. This ought to be a quick and painless tick... Pours a very light straw yellow with some carbonation and a white head that quickly vanishes, leaving some actual puffy lace islands. Aroma - almost nil, besides faint sweet grain - not even apple juice or ginger ale. Flavor - the same, tremendously watery, beyond anemic, with only a bit of cereal detected. Thinner than the original brewing water, and - no surprise - no aftertaste. At least the Fluttershy-esque super-mellow Tsingtao has some beery character and alcohol oomph, albeit a gentle level of oomph. This 67 is utterly devoid of oomphishness. If you’re trying to cut carbs or lose weight, just drink one very good beer a day and really savor it, rather than four or five of these "alcowaters" (like the Britishism "alcopops", minus the soda fizz, flavor, caffeine, sugar, and ABV punch). At least it’s not made by Minhas; if it were, it’d taste like Kolkatta latrine leavings. Blandest beer EVER! Addendum: Many years ago, the Calgary Sun newsrag pulled a great April’s Fool joke with a page that had a small square printed with amber dots. Purported to be a "dehydrated" beer sample from "Molsun" (note the punny fake name), people were instructed to cut it out, place it in chilled water, wait ten minutes, and voila - a trial glass of real(ly phony) reconstituted beer (and the best prank since the BBC’s "spaghetti tree harvest"). An apocryphal story claims a couple of boneheaded Calgarians bought stacks of the April Fool’s issue, stating "we’re gonna have a party". Long story short - Molson 67 is probably the result of soaking newsprint in carbonated water. Joke’s on us, indeed. "Let’s have a party, duuude! I’ll bring the cases of Six-Seven, you bring the plain rice cakes..." Second addendum: This might have a use for tapering heavy boozers to safer daily levels as a risk-reduction strategy...or poured into a spray bottle as a mild antibacterial kitchen cleaner. Third addendum: Add your own joke here; I’m all out.