NYHarvey (2153) - New York, New York, USA - JUN 23, 2007
Sweet cereal grains/malt aroma with some mild fruit notes. The body is a dull brown/orange and is barley wine-like headless. Honey, malt and sweet breads. Some very concentrated artificial sweetener in the finish. Werid. redlem (1306) - Ohio, USA - JUN 18, 2007
I dont know if it is the high German base in WI or just marketing as to why they would put this out, although I suppose it is no worse than an American wheat. Not that bad for what it is and if you can save a few calories even better. Light malt aroma, slight hops. Crisp medium carbonation, mild bitterness. A beer that can fool you if given during a blind tasting without being told what style of beer it is. Skyview (6034) - Papoose Jct, Minnesota, USA - MAY 7, 2007
Oh, I still had this 16-oz bottle in my cellar and did not rate it? Pours a hazy golden yellow brew with a small quick diminishing white head. Aroma of watered down malt, some front yard lawn grass, honey butter, and some corn. Taste is light, highly carbonated with a watery finish. Oh well, I just hope my In-Sink-Erator doesn’t spit it back at me after all the drain pours I’ve done this past week. Cornfield (5570) - Oak Forest, Illinois, USA - APR 18, 2007
From the bottle it pours a bronze body with lazy carbonation and a creamy white head. The aroma is sweet and grainy with a dollop of honey. It tastes like some corn was added to the mix, still sweet, almost toothachingly so. It finishes with a taste of honey and corn syrup. A mediocre brew to accompany its horrible name.nick76 (4399) - Tampa, Florida, USA - APR 5, 2007
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The aroma is malty in a sugar cereal or oatmeal kind of way with yeast, a light hopping, and metal. The appearance is deep gold, almost amber, with a small fizzy head. The flavor is just like the aroma. The palate is very thin and the aftertaste is sweet and slightly sour. I wasn’t expecting much but man this is a disappointment from an otherwise good brewer. I certainly didn’t find it to be easy drinking.
badgerben (5178) - Blaine, Minnesota, USA - DEC 4, 2006
Dark golden color with a small head. Sweet honey aroma with some grains. Kind of a weird, muddled grainy flavor. Sweeter than most "lights", but still definitely just a swiller.dwyerpg (6180) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - NOV 10, 2006
Earlier Rating: 2/17/2004 Total Score: 2.2
Tap at Sprecher's tasting room. I have no idea what kind of 'beer' this is. I dark golden color with a thin head. The taste was bitter and resonated with metal. This was brewed for Summerfest and I think it shows; it's a little too close to macro-swill for my taste.
Smells pretty malty. Not very agressive in any aspect, almost nothing in the aftertaste. An easy lawnmower beer, little else. jpm30 (1587) - East Central, Georgia, USA - NOV 6, 2006
From a 16 oz. embossed distinctive Sprecher bottle with a freshness date on the neck of bottle.
Poured a cloudy orangey copper with a small foamy white head that settled into a thin lacing.
Lightly floral, fruity aromas with a grainy background, a bit chalky as well.
Good carbonation and softly crisp, dryish, creamy smooth light bodied mouthfeel.
Pleasant enough, but also kind of bland tasting, sweet maltiness, the malts do have a honey cream ale aspect, a light, airy fruitiness, and a dry, creamy, malty finish.
A nice change of pace, satisfying enough to have every great once in awhile.
brewblackhole (1588) - Muskego, Wisconsin, USA - SEP 27, 2006
Lightmalt/hop balanced aroma,almost smells like theres corn in there, which I doubt Sprecher would stoop to, has a slight malty sweetness,but a very watery finish. Doubt if anyone will give up their Miller Lite for this hopdog (12510) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 21, 2006
16oz bottle. Hmmm, a micro-light beer, here it goes. Poured a medium golden color with a very small sized white head. Aromas of grain, corn, and light honey. Tastes of grain, honey, and very light citrus. Thin and watery. Why Sprecher Why? Hopefully the drain enjoys it more than I did...