Cousin_Larry (895) - - NOV 20, 2016
Bought a 40 for my wife’s 40th birthday party. To no one’s surprise, none of our guests drank it so it became my responsibility. It’s annoyingly sweet for a corn-flavored lager and will give you a pretty solid hangover the next day. If your goal is to maximize your alcohol per dollar, this one is for you. On the bright side, the flavor wasn’t wretched for something in this category. kevinator (2221) - The Colony, Texas, USA - NOV 1, 2016
Well, it’s bad. Fits the standard profile of cheap malt liquor, but I felt tough drinking it. Strong aroma of malt and alcohol. Light golden color with a syrupy and highly carbonated feel. Taste was strong alcohol with sweetness. DandyWolfFloyd (1202) - Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 16, 2016
Aroma - fruity nature, wet cardboard, rubbing alcohol
Appearance - the body is clean light amber, with steady nucleation. The head is about 1" and white, and settles slowly. Some lacing.
Taste - is sweet and grassy. There is a bit of wet cardboard, unenjoyable fruitiness, grassy hops, and alcohol.
Palate - light to medium body, thin texture, lively carbonation, and a slightly grassy and fruity finish. There is a slight unpleasant burn; bile is really induced. bartlebier (3982) - Belchium im Biersgau, GERMANY - SEP 26, 2016
(2009-ish New England roadtrip backlog jpg-recollected in tranquility). Dispensed in all innocence from a then quickly discarded tall can. Still smell the diesel gas-infused corn syrup emanating from this alumin(i)um alco-tallboy, gurgling hay sulphurs into a premature coda. The promise of headache from a gas/petrol/benzin station is universal and unique. Mandatory. Makes me want to open my 2012 vintage 1000ml Faxe artefact. BeerRenter76 (1015) - Texas, USA - SEP 13, 2016
S.R. pours a mid yellow body a little carbonation, with a thin head. Aroma is of sweet corn,grass and grain. Flavor isnt as bad as the smell, mostly of grains and kinda sweet, mouthfeel was kinda thin. Overall its better than most of the other run of the mill macro beers. Originally rated on 10/26/08
JerryMeritt (10) - Pana, Illinois, USA - SEP 3, 2016
Drink ice cold, sip until warm with your favorite album. Not tramp beer but one heck of a heavily malted lager. This beer has a place in between a good imperial stout or a mundane American (weak as ware) brew. Cajun (534) - Lafayette, Louisiana, USA - JUL 18, 2016
Can - Didn’t pour it into a glass. Heavy carbonation. Skunky. Much malt, corn, probably rice. Got slightly warm and poured some out. BlackHaddock (7346) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 27, 2016
First ’Tramp Juice’ of my 2016 Californian adventure, 24 once can into a La Chouffe badged stemmed tulip three times on 27th April. Actually I liked the sweetness and malty base, not too keen on the corn flavour and alcohol content that could not be hidden by the week flavours or depth of body, the head could have hung around longer too. I have sat on park benches drinking worse, but I will not be revisiting this ’brown paper bag’ beer again unless I need a hangover and headache. tfontana (976) - Fremont, New Hampshire, USA - APR 10, 2016
Can pour into nonic pint glass. Aroma is cracker, slightly metallic. Appearance is clear golden yellow with nice sparkle, fizzy white head with fair retention and trace lacing. Taste is lightly sweet bready malt. Palate is medium bodied with average to lively carbonation, abrupt finish. Overall, certainly no complexity here but it’s not like it tastes bad. I’d take it over a great sour any day. altonbrownd (5897) - Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA - MAR 28, 2016
Can from Food Stop Rockville, MD. Yellow body with thin head. Skunky nose. Pure malt liquor. Tastes very bad. Sweet with syrupy texture. Acly. Not at all enjoyable.