Wim (4160) - Weelde, BELGIUM - SEP 17, 2016
Along with Yves at his home can golden blond colored body with a white head and a malt hops aroma a malt hops sweet taste with a bitter sweet finish Wildebeast (1) - British Columbia, CANADA - JAN 2, 2016 does not count
This is the beer that I want in the fridge at the end of a brutal summer bike ride or killer training run. Yes, it’s cheap and the taste takes a bit of getting used to, but the pain is gone soon. Warning, not more than 2 at a sitting. At less than $10/6 pack it’s a good deal if you stretch it over a few days. OntBeerDrinker (513) - Ontario, CANADA - JUN 3, 2014
okay so when this used to be sold in Ontario many yrs back in 40’s only it was the heaviest 40 ever to hold. Carling ice has no taste, this has some taste don’t know any other carling. This was just a stronger carling.
graham5353 (3) - CANADA - APR 6, 2013 does not count
If you’re looking for a cheap, powerful, somewhat drinkable (and i stress the somewhat) beer, then Black Label Supreme is the beer for you. Metalchopz (3534) - Cantley, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 10, 2011
Originally rated September 2006. This 8% malt liquor pours a golden colour with a nice creamy white head. Carbonation is pretty active, retention is decent and lacing is full creamy all around. The nose is not offensive, with some corn and a bit of alcohol. Lots of corn is present too in the taste. Good bitterness at the start with a slight burn and a mild aftertaste that fades away fast enough. After a glass or so, some sweetness shows up. Gets the job done... and I can finish this one (compared to their 10% version - which was a drainpour).
Lagerboy (2239) - British Columbia, CANADA - APR 18, 2011
Single can purchased from Jimmy’s Liquor Store singles bin.
Lagerboys looking for a quick, cheap buzz might find this strong, alcoholic tasting, poorly made malt liquor suitable to their needs...
it should be properly served in an accompanying brown paper bag.
Barf! DeanF (2527) - Quebec, CANADA - FEB 13, 2011
Looks like any other pale lager out there on the planet, as they always manage to do with these macro-brews. Aroma is creaminess and corn with a hint of unwashed armpit. Flavour is heavy citrus syrup with a cardboard finish; the mouthfeel, though, is in fact more refreshing than I expected for this kind of beer. It’s bad, but not awful. manuchampions (1256) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - DEC 16, 2009
Single can bought as a gag gift by my brother in law (Thanks Drew). Pours a darkish gold with thin head that dissappeared faster than I could count to ten. Aroma is sweet, boozy, slightly caramel with an iodine note. Taste is messy with industrial malt, sugar, a slight note of caramel. God it’s thin and the alcohol is very evident. The finish is barely hoppy and lingers with a little malt vinegar and booze heat. Despite all that it was not as horrific as I expected. pgoosenb33r (1) - USA - DEC 9, 2009 does not count
Not the best tasting beer but lets face it, sometimes you want a decent beer that gets the job done. A chilled Black Label Supreme goes down just fine and is cheap to boot. I would recommend this beer to any poor unemployed university student or anyone who wants to save a few bucks. Please give this beer a shot before buying the disgusting alternatives such as Old English or Lucky. Bottom line: cheap decent beer, best in it’s class by a country mile. MrRoss (646) - Delta, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 7, 2009
UPDATED: JUL 8, 2009 Didn’t even know this existed until the wife brought home a 6-pack(!). Poured a not-bad looking clear and darkish gold with a medium-thick foamy white head. Aroma was a bit grassy but mostly malt; tasted like a malt liquor but was not the worst I’ve had. Mouth and finish were okay.