malkyore (377) - - FEB 7, 2013
Looks like piss tastes like cheap beer... What’s not to not dislike for one dollar... jbruner (4740) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - FEB 6, 2013
UPDATED: NOV 10, 2016 This was made as a cash grab to rake in on college kids trying to get drunk quicker. 8% abv in a can, made perfect for chugging and parties. Sucks otherwise, pale lager look, with a cornier smell and taste, leading to more booze. Ugh. vmilaxer29 (412) - Virginia, USA - JAN 26, 2013
What is not to like about this??! It’s like high school in a bigger, better can Reid (2541) - Salem, Oregon, USA - JAN 20, 2013
Handsome blue can 24 ozs from a local 7/11 type. $1.59
This better be good $1.59 for this type of beer!
No idea of the colour as i have this from the can wrapped in the proper brown bag.
Aroma i can make out is sweet malts,perfumy that’s about it
Taste sweet semi sweet apple,slight tobacco, a little toasted bread a tiny bit of Halls mentholyptus. Not to shabby for style
Palate is fine for style and the carbonation works.Alcohol is hidden which is a tremendous plus for this style.
Overall not to bad for the style. Cakes (436) - New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 26, 2012
24 oz. can.
I can not say that I was disappointed, as I had no expectations of this brew.
Why Anheuser-Busch-Inbev developed this "brew" is a great mystery.
It adds nothing to the brand. Winos are already well served in their market.
This tastes sweet with the tastes of corn, malt and resin.
Unlike its peers, it has a weak metallic taste.
If you should try this, make sure that you drink it cold.
Natty Daddy is slightly above average for this style of beer, and as you know, that is not saying much.
l33l33 (6) - South Florida, Florida, USA - DEC 24, 2012 does not count
8%,24.oz,for 1.19?.. It really doesn’t get any better than that. Earthy aromas,& "Chugability" make this one of the best bottom shelves out there. Cheers!!!! O(_)O Scrapersnbeer (1532) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - DEC 6, 2012
Another Natty derivative, with the awesomely ghetto themed name ’Natty Daddy.’ Aroma of alcohol laced popsicles and frozen corn syrup. (Not as bad as that sounds) Light yellow color that’s a ringer for lesser AB lagers. Shockingly sweet, not much else going on. Hard biting body that’s otherwise light and insubstantial. Not going to win any competitions, even in the malt beverage realm, but it could be worse....It could be. ccex (1313) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 23, 2012
I’ve tried several great beers this week and thought it was time for something different. This met my expectations. Perhaps all I need to say is Anheuser Busch 8%ABV 24 oz. can for $1.39. Pours a pale gold color with quickly vanishing white head. Smells of Corn, lemon furniture polish, hay and booze. Taste is more sour than bitter, but still has a little corn syrup sweetness. Thin body (watery) with lively carbonation. When I saw this, I wondered if it would be my first drain pour, but it was not, and I’ve had a couple of much worse malt liquors both from the U.S. and Eastern Europe. As I said, it serves its purpose quite cheaply. wxman (1820) - O’Fallon, Illinois, USA - SEP 20, 2012
Pours a clear bright golden with an OK white head that diminishes quickly. A slightly sour aroma of pale malt and corn. Taste is boiled sweet corn, pale malt and a somewhat off breadiness. Thankfully, the alcohol doesn’t muscle in as much as most high test MLs, so not too offensive. I’ve had many worse, Steel Reserve comes to mind. ThisWangsChung (836) - Leonardtown, Maryland, USA - AUG 25, 2012
Let’s see...normally, I wouldn’t bother with a malt liquor, but a combination of morbid curiosity, low price (99 cents), and a desire to get drunk on the cheap led me to getting a can of this. 24 oz. can poured into a weizen glass.
A: Pours a typical light straw color with perfect clarity. The white color head is a six finger monstrosity with very small bubbles, which fades to nothing in no time. Even still, good looking for a malt liquor.
S: Somewhat unpleasant graininess and cooked vegetables. About what I expected it to be - terrible.
T: This, however, isn’t completely awful. There’s a typical corn and grain note, but somewhere after the midtaste comes a candied sweetness that isn’t as unpalatable as I expected. The aftertaste is a little offputting and overly chemical (likely due to the booze coming through the flavor), but otherwise, I could drink the entire can of this. In fact, it’s slightly better than expected!
M: Distractingly syrupy; otherwise, it’s light bodied with a wet finish and high carbonation. Touches of alcohol can be felt on the palate, but it’s far from overbearing.
O: I am really not hating this like I expected to. It’s certainly not very good, but it only serves one purpose (getting drunk on the cheap), and in that regard, it fulfills exactly what it sets out to do. Worth a try if you can get it inexpensively like I did, just don’t expect much.