duffman462 (175) - Gainesville, Florida, USA - OCT 6, 2006
Well, I have a bad cold right now, so I figured why waste my money on good beer if I can’t taste it. This one actually compliments the flavor of flowing phlegm rather well. Smells of corn, and leaves a lingering taste that is kinda weird. Not necessarily unpleasant, just weird. A cheap beer for sure...not good, not terrible either. adamnfineman (53) - Springfield, Oregon, USA - AUG 24, 2006
This was my bachelor party beer. It is actually high on my "cheap beer" scale. beerbill (3618) - Laurel, New York, USA - AUG 16, 2006
UPDATED: JAN 24, 2007 12 oz. can. I remember enjoying this beer much more years ago. I know my tastes have changed, but I imagine that since Rainier is no longer an independent brewery, the good folks at Miller have cheapened the recipe. Too bad. Delirium (669) - Falmouth, Cornwall, ENGLAND - AUG 13, 2006
UPDATED: OCT 20, 2008 Bottle. Pours yellow with a white head. Aroma is corn and a bit of sweet malt. Flavor is what you’d expect from a pale lager. Decent, for what it is. DuffMan (10423) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - JUL 19, 2006
Nothing beats getting shitcanned around an open fire with the sound of Canadian loons in the distance. Nature! And thanks Rainier for being a part of that. Average macro pale lager.
linc33 (184) - Albany, New York, USA - JUL 8, 2006
Can provided by R. McCarty. Pours golden. Corn and mild hop aroma. Looks like corn, smells like corn, guess what. Not a bad macro and certainly preferable over the usuals. Points for drinking it with a great view of Mount Rainier. Saarlander (1686) - Saarlouis, GERMANY - JUL 2, 2006
An old school lager that was drinkable. I actually liked the old version better than the new one, maybe a difference in the liquor? not a great brew, but drinkable and refreshing uglyblond1 (177) - Nebraska, USA - JUN 15, 2006
My rating goes back to the original from Pacific Northwest heritage. Was a very light pale lager, with light grain flavor, very little hops. This was very smooth back then, and finish was quite smooth. Not top rung, but above the macro big three. jimhilt (2610) - Bow, New Hampshire, USA - JUN 11, 2006
Served as a 12oz bottle ($2.50) at The Derby Steakhouse & Casino Butte, MT. Pours with four-finger white head that goes slowly leaving some lace. Pale amber color. Very light carbonation and light bodied. Starts with a bland hoppy corn flavor, finish is insipid, good lawn mower beer.
bigtasty (23) - USA - MAY 7, 2006
This was a hell of a beer, can’t get it anymore.
I’m bummed about that, you hear me, Ralph’s????