Slacks (615) - Bolton, Ontario, - AUG 5, 2010Cartoonkhaki (1275) - Brantford, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 6, 2014
341ml Bottle: Pours a golden straw colour, actually a not-half-bad white head on top. Cloyingly sweet aroma of candy floss and corn, straw and grass. Fairly typical Molson lager aroma but oddly kicked up in sweetness. Now, the promise here is tiny bubbles that are gentler to taste. And you know what? It’s kinda true. As far as macro lagers go this may be one of the smoother ones I’ve had, glides down fairly easy. Go figure. Unfortunately, the product itself is still a barnyard special of corn, grass, straw, hay, whatever else they could track down and throw in. Sadly, whilst I hoped it would taste like elves massaging my throat from the inside, it’s just disappointing.
Molson M meticulously marketed making me more migrained.
This was not good seems to be some thing like a Canadian sub standard pale lager. Blind folded I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference. adnielsen (10605) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - NOV 6, 2013
Big fucken canned @ home, courtesy of GodoftheMolsonCellar. Thanks BroIPA!!! My personal white wale slayed @ 1:45am MST 11/6/2013 to celebrate rating #7,405. Pours a 13.99 karat gold appearance that offers little head or really any kind of oral pleasure. Aroma is definitely microcarbonated™ along with notes of apple, lemon, light grain, and club soda. The microcarbonation™ is very burp inducing, particularly at this late hour after I’ve been drinking for the past seven hours. A touch metallic flavor but really just good ol’ Molson characteristics in the taste including light cotton candy, bubblegum, and lemon that is fancied with microcarbonation™. 7/10 swills. Wale slayed. Cheers, Pussy Pete
lesifflebiere (1874) - Gatineau, Quebec, CANADA - APR 16, 2013
"Who told thee that?" cried Ahab; then pausing, "Aye, Starbuck; aye, my hearties all round; it was Molson M that dismasted me; Molson M that brought me to this dead stump I stand on now. Aye, aye," he shouted with a terrific, loud, animal sob, like that of a heart-stricken moose; "Aye, aye! it was that accursed white whale that razeed me; made a poor pegging lubber of me for ever and a day!" Then tossing both arms, with measureless imprecations he shouted out: "Aye, aye! and I’ll chase him round Good Hope, and round the Horn, and round the Norway Maelstrom, and round perdition’s flames before I give him up. And this is what ye have shipped for, men! to chase that white whale on both sides of land, and over all sides of earth, till he spouts black blood and rolls fin out. What say ye, men, will ye splice hands on it, now? I think ye do look brave."
Très pâle, couleur jus de pomme dilué. Couche neigeuse de mousse qui devient un halo. Uniformément pétillante, et très mince. Style "Perrier" très marqué, mais avec une texture un brin plus onctueuse que la lager de service. Moyennement goûteuse, flaveurs convenues mais justes. Dans son genre, elle est absolument parfaite : désaltérante parce que massivement aqueuse, « facile à boire » (quel terme dégoûtant), impeccablement balancée. Elle ne démontre aucune audace et en fait, tout semble tellement « sous contrôle » qu’on l’oublie en un claquement de doigts une fois terminée. HabsFan2013 (1) - - MAR 16, 2013 does not count
Less filling than other beers, tastes fine and is an excellent ice cold beer on a hot day. Since it's not filling it is a good drinking beer.
-- rated via 'Find A Beer' for Blackberry 10 OntBeerDrinker (514) - Ontario, CANADA - MAR 8, 2013
one finger head,pale lager lightly aND lots of carbination. Smell’s sweet from the can. Just like a sweet macro from glass. Some sips have a bland watery taste and a sourish/sweet aftertaste. Some sip’s less bland and less sour/sweet. Kinda like a more watery and sweeter molson candian but not better. Nothing bad but a bland boaring macro lager. Pass.
Tiger_08 (138) - Sarnia, Ontario, CANADA - APR 7, 2012
500ml can poured into Molson M pint glass. First drank on tap and not overly impressed but had to buy another to rate it. Beer can is best quality, so once poured its all downhill. Pale yellow straw colour with bright white head quickly disappears. Aroma is at first sweet, maybe grass but typical Molson yeasty skunk aroma takes over and wrecks everything. Micro carbonated? Sounds fancy but tiny bubbles still equal same carbonated mouthfeel as other lagers. Just can't overcome the skunk feel which is from yeast I think. Best left on the shelf beside Molson Canadian, which I wouldn't even drink just to rate it. whitecap (289) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - APR 2, 2012
341ml bottle. Had to trade a bottle of Sleeman Original for this...Pours clear light yellow with an average white head that quickly dissipates into a small white rim. The bubbles appear to be smaller? Maybe? I think?or maybe I just want to think they are smaller so that at least there is something original about this beer. Aroma of straw, malt, tiny bit of corn. Taste is slightly sweet with almost no bitterness. Palate. light-medium bodied with a thin/average texture. Carbonation is not a crisp and cloying as Molson Canadian.....Mehhhhhhh this is like a more light beer tasting version of Molson Canadian whilst still maintaining the ABV above 4.5%. JHunter (676) - British Columbia, CANADA - MAR 29, 2012
Pours a light yellow colour with medum head which fads quickly. aroma is light cereal grains. flavour is average but seem a little flat in carbonation Strangebrewer (1297) - Chatham, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 11, 2012
can. Poured clear gold with a bleach white head. Sour gainy adjunct aroma. Thin body, tight carbonation, but very smooth. Flavour is typical, light and grainy hay. Finishes clean. Not awful but not outstanding. Meh! rob6239 (677) - Ontario, CANADA - DEC 30, 2011
From can. Pours very clear and light gold. Plenty of carbonation but not much head. Initial taste response was better than I expected but ends with a sharp disappointing plain lager note.