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RATINGS: 800   WEIGHTED AVG: 1.09/5   EST. CALORIES: 177   ABV: 5.9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Natural Ice is brewed with a blend of premium American-grown and imported hops and a combination of malt and corn that lends Natural Ice its delicate sweetness. It then undergoes Anheuser-Busch’s exclusive ice-brewing process, which takes the beer to a temperature below freezing and leads to the formation of ice crystals which create its signature rich and smooth taste.

Characterized by its robust body, delicate sweetness and smooth, rich taste.

The introduction of Natural Ice provided the company with two brands in the value priced ice beer category (Busch Ice was also introduced in 1995).

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VastActiv (7583) - Oulu/Helsinki, FINLAND - MAY 8, 2017
Sample for the can at TCrapBF2017, Tallinn. Colour is clear pale with small white head. Aromas and flavours: Paper and malts. Totally useless for every purpose.

1.9
Radek Kliber (7483) - Toronto (Can) Krotoszyn (Pol), POLAND - AUG 17, 2009
can 710 ml
Appearance: crystal golden look with neatly poured large snowy head. Some lace shown. 3+
Nose: mild aroma of pale malt , dry alcohol with hint of hop. Not bad for canned macro lager.
Flavor/Palate : Medium light bodied. Sweet grainy base. Lightly watery yet its alcohol was fairly well covered for listed 6%. Very slight mineral hop character. Slight alcohol burn shown with time. It is what it aimed to be.

0.5
Iphonephan (7263) - Jackson Hole/McLean, Virginia, USA - OCT 3, 2012
Natty ice. You gotta love it - if you are a frat boy or a derelict. Thanks Eric Kok for sharing so generously at the de molen borefts bier festival. (Wink, wink). Quite a contrast to the dark lord we also shared.

0.7
wlajwl (7063) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - APR 24, 2017
Sort of similar to Bud Ice, part flavorless and the added other part nasty/corrosive heat. All around headache inducing, one and won’t ever have again.

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ajnepple (7052) - Denver, Colorado, USA - FEB 18, 2015
Backlog. 12 oz can from a friend’s house. Very bland, odorless, flavorless mostly. What comes through ain’t good either. Probably haven’t had one of these in 10 years.

2.2
kramer (6905) - Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 25, 2010
24 oz can. Tasted as a part of an 18 beer Malt Liquor blind tasting. Pours a clear pale yellow body, one of the lightest in color of all tasted. Minimal to no head. The nose is very light, but it’s actually pretty clean. The flavor is pretty clean and crisp as well with a short unoffensive finish. Light bodied and crisp with fizzy carbonation. This may have been one of the best among the bunch. Cheap, watery, and bland, but at least it wasn’t offensive like many of the others.

0.7
mansquito (6887) - Nueva York, New York, USA - NOV 5, 2006
I am not sure whether this is a malt liquor or a pale lager. Sure it says that it is a pale lager, but the alcohol content tells a different story. In short, I have gotten sick off of this beer. There is no reason to drink this unless the other beers you have are all light beer or equally crappy beers with less alcohol.

0.5
ClarkVV (6862) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - JUL 9, 2002
is this the worst beer available to the general public?? Quite possibly. sometimes i get tempted to buy it though when its on sale for about 299 a 12 pack

1.4
Braudog (6833) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - JAN 9, 2005
As expected, a golden beer with big but quickly dying white sudsy head. Smooth with a hint of the higher alcohol than mainliners ... kinda like a mix between Bud and Old English 800. Highly recommended for the college crowd just looking for the buzz without the really heinous syrupiness of the malt liquors.


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