RATINGS: 212   WEIGHTED AVG: 1.49/5   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Miller introduced a new Olde English brand extension, Olde English HG800, in the fall of 2001. HG means "High Gravity," a brewing industry term associated with high-quality beer. Olde English HG800 will replace the Olde English Ice brand. The alcohol content is 7.91%

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Cavie (4775) - Arlington, Texas, USA - JUL 6, 2011
Big ass bottle from Fratto. I brought my small tasting glass and could take no more than 6 oz. :) Pours a clear straw color, with hardly any carbonation. Aroma is corny, alcohol, grains and sweet rice. Flavor of hurt. Grains, alcohol, sharp flavors that burn the throat. Ugh.

1.1
Fratto (2845) - Arlington, Texas, USA - JUN 23, 2011
40oz from a gas station in Troy, TX. Carefully poured into my Single Malt Scotch Association snifter. Light orange pour with a thick white head. Aroma is just grainy and kinda weird. Taste is painfully sweet, ,alcohol, and what I assume is sweat from the underside of a mountain man’s breast.

0.7
ThaJuggernaut (309) - Washington, USA - FEB 1, 2011
Ya crack up the content. I remember when this first hit the shelves in safe way. Picked up 2 went home and drank them. I felt so lonely. Skunk smell. Not my fav malt

2.1
FreshHawk (596) - Iowa City, Iowa, USA - JAN 26, 2011
Bottle. A - Not a bad pour. Very light apple juice colored gold with a large, light, fluffy, sticky, bright white head. Somewhat thick, very good retention, and a decent patchy lace. S - Pretty subdued. Sweet corn and malt with a touch of cooked vegetable. Some of that overly sweet, slightly tart and acidic apple, but not in a good way. Slight alcohol. T - Typical malt liquor flavors. Sweet corn and malt flavors. A lot of sweet candish apple mid sip toward the finish. A bit of a cooked vegetable flavor as well. A bit of an off floralish flavor. Definite grainy finish. M - Light, thin body with average carbonation. Dry, sticky finish. D - Not offensive, but no where near easy to drink. Sweet, alcoholy, and a touch cloying/sticky. Not easy to drink plenty of. Notes: Meh, not overly impressed, but what I more or less expected. Average high gravity malt liquor. Overly sweet with corn and apple and alcohol.

0.5
Hammy78 (975) - Dundas, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 13, 2010
Sampled from a 40 oz bottle of course, is there any other way? Pour a little on the ground for the homies that can’t drink with you, add a little orange juice and you and your brass monkey are off to the races. Tape one to each hand, next stop blackoutville.

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Cheapiemccheap (2) - USA - NOV 19, 2010 does not count
The beer is ravished with fusel oils. It’s hard to really rate this one, because it does have a half-assed malt liquor taste (which I like) but is drowned out by the persistent fumes of a bad fermentation. I wouldn’t say it has a high sugar content, but it is a bit sweet. There is a very faint taste of a good brew, with good ingredients some where in it, but it’s hidden deep down inside under the failed attempt at a re-pitched fermentation. The only thing this has going for it is 8% abv, but when compared to say steel reserve, this is a waste of time and money. Well not money, it’s pretty cheap. Honestly it’s cheaper then say coca-cola at comparative volumes. All-in-all I’d say if you strapped for cash like myself, and need a little late night buzz, pick it up, unless the store you go to offers steel reserve, then don’t bother. And honestly it’s 100% better tasting then earthquake.

1.3
bpreo (2903) - Eugene, Oregon, USA - OCT 11, 2010
UPDATED: OCT 17, 2010 I honestly have no idea why I would try Olde English High Gravity 800. Must have been poor and desperate (or economical!).

3.1
brokensail (16633) - Dublin, California, USA - OCT 10, 2010
A: Since it’s a clear 40, there’s really no pour required to see the appearance. A rather dark color for malt liquor, golden with a rocky white head. S: The smell is sweet and rather unoffensive. Actually some notes of bananas along with the usual tooth-rotting sweetness. Apple juice, corn syrup, corn, and even a little bit of a sweet bread aroma. T: A rather pleasant flavor, too. Sweet banana bread, apple juice, and corn syrup. A bit of a malty character to this beer which is sort of a welcome surprise. M: The body is quite full for a malt liquor. The carbonation might be lacking a little bit, unfortunately, though. D: I had my fill of this and shared it with friends (it was a buddy’s birthday and it was a "40s" party). All agreed this was a pretty damn good malt liquor.

0.5
Zenwolf (269) - Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 5, 2010
Bad aftertaste, rancid mouth. Not fit for students, bums or the desperate for a drink. Nothing but horrible taste and booze. I am less of a person for having consumed this.

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Ontbeertaster (2362) - Ontario, CANADA - SEP 26, 2010
terrible beer, so bitter and unclean taste, i think theres a chance they put strange chemicals in this,.drink at your own risk


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