the sauger (90) - Quebec, CANADA - JUN 13, 2017
Canette de 473 ml. Couleur noir avec un grand col beige. Arôme de malt torréfiés, de céréales grillées et de fruits séchés. Goût de céréales grillés, d’épices douces et de pain. Pas mal pour une bière faites par MolsonCoors. ChadPoole (478) - Ontario, CANADA - SEP 23, 2016
Pours clear brown with an off white head. Aroma is roasted malts, carmel and brown sugar. Taste is slightly bitter, slightly sweet. Not bad. mike5326 (1754) - virginia beach, Virginia, USA - DEC 24, 2015
Poured from a tap. Light clear color, medium of white. Mild malt Molasses aroma. Light body with a light malt flavor and a medium finish.
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Can I brought back home a few months back. Pours brown with a finger of off-white head that leaves a few spots of lacing. Aroma is light roasted malts and mild chocolate. Taste is light roasty bitterness with faint hop bitterness and enough malty sweetness to balance things out a bit. This is definitely one of the better macro brews from Molson’s. KoNrRiI (1553) - Århus, DENMARK - SEP 29, 2015
0.473 can. Clear, brown color and a small, quickly-diminishing, off-white head. Aroma of caramel, dark malts, brown sugar, some wood, and hints of fruits. Taste is sweet, malty, a tad dry, fruity, a tad roasted. Medium body, slick texture, and soft carbonation. Finish is medium long, relatively fruity too. Overall not a bad beer but it does not resemble a porter too much - it’s more like a darker version of an English bitter.
Franckg (1695) - Trois-Rivières, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 5, 2015
Arômes de caramel, toffee, citron, malt, figues, cerises. En bouche, malt sucré, caramel, cerise, citron. Bonne bière considérant qu’on nage en plein produit commercial. exeter (535) - calgary, Alberta, CANADA - FEB 26, 2015
It looks like coke but has a nice lasting head and good lacing. That’s the high point. Tastes of malt sweetness and some dark chocolate bitterness, or so I think. It’s rather light on everything. It’s a porter for people that might think porters are too strong. Just what a macros for. English style Porter? England should sue! BeerAndPonies (171) - Medicine Hat, Alberta, CANADA - FEB 7, 2015
341 ml bottle from the Rickard’s sampler twelve-pack, served in my fancy cruise-ship dual-level flute glass. Pours a deep cola/caramel brown with low carbonation and a latte-hued cap that leaves lace loops. Aroma is toned-down toasted malt, caramel, and a small helping of spiced dark red fruit. Flavor is anemic for a brown ale/porter-styled beer - lightly buttered toast with a sprinkling of brown sugar - and comes off as watered-down. Mouthfeel is thin as well; not much to chew on here. Porter, my ass. Nothing unpleasant, but almost nothing of any substance as well. Ho-hum. (Oddly enough, the final sip of sediment in the glass had more roasty oomph than any previous swallow.) mathieuc (4000) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - JAN 4, 2015
Pours a medium brown with a medium offwhite head that sticks around longer than your usual macro beer. It also leaves some fine lacing patterns on the glass. Nose is of caramel and toasted grains, a little roasty. Some fruits as well. Taste is of chocolate, roasted nuts and caramel, a little bitter and not too sweet. Some maple syrup impressions but I might be imagining things since it is written right there on the can. Body is light, carbonation moderately high. Texture is a little smooth but also a little thin... OK dark beer. Not quite a porter to me but pretty close. worldbeertaste (1804) - West Midlands, ENGLAND - NOV 28, 2014
Dark brown with a tan light head. Smells of pale malt, caramel, sweet malt, and earthnotes. Tastes about the same but with a bit more roast and light fruit. Not bad. One of the most drinkable of the mass produced.