Ferris (16268) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - AUG 9, 2014
Bottle - Sweet water enough said, but of corse more is required, so this should be enought. harrisoni (19156) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - AUG 9, 2014
Bottle grand tasting RBESG14. Pale gold lasting white head. Stale malt aroma. It’s not awful in mouth. Ok. DrewFace (969) - Melbourne, Florida, USA - JUN 13, 2014
Brilliantly clear pale straw yellow color with no head. Very light malty and adjunct aroma. Crisp, refreshing, clean, light malt, lightly corny, pretty tasty. j12601 (13027) - Poughkeepsie, New York, USA - DEC 30, 2013
Big Ol’ 4-0 at Blippsmas! Pours a clear corn gold with a thin white head. Grain on the nose, a bit of sweetness. Medium-bodied, slightly sweet, a bit of grain, watery and empty. Bitterness on the finish. Not a lot going on. blipp (9590) - La Mesa, California, USA - DEC 25, 2013
Bottle from DeyHolla. Pours gold with a white head. Grainy malts, faint sweet corn, and a quick finish. Actually relatively clean. Not that bad at all.
jtclockwork (17070) - , New Jersey, USA - DEC 22, 2013
Bottle at Blippsmas. Pours clear yellow with white head. Nose and taste of corn, tortilla chips and light skunk water. Inoffensive enough. Water thin body. GT (10002) - San Diego, California, USA - AUG 29, 2013
Rating #6300 thanks to womencantsail. 40oz of course. Clear light golden pour. Low carbonation dwindles to bubbles. Medium white soapy foam. Nose is overripe yellow apple, mealy apple, soap. Taste is soapy, not fusel thankfully, tons of dusty yellow apple. Powdery, mealy palate. Inoffensive, bland, not so bad. Lemon, dust, cardboard are better than cloying sugar, fusel alcohol, and rotting vegetables. Not bad. Don’t think this one deserves worst beer in the world by a long shot. brokensail (16633) - Dublin, California, USA - AUG 25, 2013
A big fucken 40 oz bottle courtesy of The Hoff. Thanks, brohammed. Opened this bad boy up at a tasting. Everyone thought I just brought the regular Olde English Malt Liquor, but they couldn’t have been further from the truth. Everyone seemed to change their tune when I pointed out the fine print on the bottle that revealed this was in fact the 3.2 ABW version. The crowd went silent, the hands came out, waiting for a pour of this elusive elixir. The beer itself looks much like the original: pale golden pour with a foamy white head. Pretty bland, unoffensive aroma. Smells mostly like corn and lemon peels. Maybe some soap, grass, and malt or grain. A bit on the watery side. The flavor is more of the same. Bland, a bit watery, but sweet. Some corn and grain flavors, a bit of lemon, and some soap. A touch of grassy hops, no bitterness, and none of that fusel alcohol that is so prevalent in malt liquors. Overall, this is pretty innocuous, but it’s also pretty low boost. Like with most of these kinds of beers, the ratings on this one are exaggerated downward. This isn’t so bad at all. DietPepsican (1592) - @ $13.99, Iowa, USA - AUG 21, 2013
40 ounce bottle via hoffdogbro. Been looking for this one for years, thanks Kyle! I must say I’ve been eyeing the picture on here for years and having been meaning to report it for quite some time. I highly doubt the lady in the picture is actually drinking the 3.2% beer, and is most likely drinking the regular old English 800. Oh well. As far as the beer, it starts off with a nice crack of the neck. As I pour it into my snifter I am greeted with notes of corn, caramel, and a bit of earthy bitterness that I find in a lot of American malt liquors. The low ABV is so odd on this. It’s watery, something I have only found in a few of the 100+ malt liquors that I have drank. Still though, Odeed is right, it tastes just like the original Old English 800, which is a fine drink on a budget. Flavors are muted, but it isn’t distracting. Finish with snappy carbonation, more than I normally get from this style. As far as this beer goes, it’s simple, refreshing, and...not bad at all. Why in the fuck this is the lowest rated beer on this site is beyond me. It’s certainly not impressive, but I’ve had hundreds if not thousands of craft beers at this point that vary from not as good as this to much, much worse. Odeed (1805) - Bakersfield, California, USA - AUG 5, 2013
It’s pretty much Olde English Light.Really nothing offensive about it and it’s certainly drinkable.Especially if you do it in about 8 minutes on Youtube.I can think of way worse beers though.Just because it’s light does not really make it offensive.