pdiroquois (11) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - OCT 8, 2005
All you beer aficiando’s, you gotta think outside the box with this one. Go mow the lawn on a 90 degree day. Work up a sweat. A big hot swealtering sweat. Then, drink a Tequiza. Then drink another. Talk about a thirst quencher. Better than any other beer on the market. You just gotta know when to have one. It’s smooth and light and wonderful on a hot summer day. Give it a second chance if you’ve walked away from it already. Give it a first chance if you haven’t tried it yet. RustedHalo (11) - USA - MAR 1, 2008
A friend of mine convinced me to try this the next time I had Mexican food, and he’s normally trustworthy when it comes to beer. I won’t be taking any more of his advice. I struggle to even call this beer. It tastes like a bottle of generic grocery store lemon-lime soda with a shot of cheap tequila mixed into it. Flat, overpowering and undrinkable. As if the way the repugnant lime flavor urinates on your tongue isn’t enough, it comes complete with a skunky aftertaste. Could not finish my second bottle. BigMack55 (10) - eldorado, Kansas, USA - MAR 2, 2008
Very Sweet dosent even taste like a beer its on the category of a smirnoff the lime is almost overpowering so basicaly not a good beer but a good alcoholic beverage Beertender99 (10) - Granite City, Illinois, USA - JAN 26, 2002
What were they thinking? A beer that tastes like Fruity Pebbles Cereal? Yet another sad attempt to de-throne a competitor (aka Corona). Why not go after the Marti-Gras drinkers and tempt them away from Killians Irish Red. I know, you can call it Killarney’s. Yeah, that’s the ticket! It will be a huge success!
A-B should stick to the piss-poor pilsners it’s known for. Big-D99 (10) - ellensburg, Washington, USA - FEB 26, 2002
very sweet taste. don’t drink it to get drunk or you’ll be sicker than a dag. all in all its not too bad and quite refreshing under the right circumstances.
nathanh5 (9) - Alexandria, Alabama, USA - MAY 11, 2011 does not count
My favorite beer on earth. I miss this brew, retired for a few years now. The best summer cooler-beer ever conceived.
Slightly sweet, the hint of Tequila, agave nectar and lime just made this taste perfect to my tongue.
I am working furiously (and probably to no avail) to get them to bring this back. TheSmoothness (7) - USA - APR 1, 2007 does not count
The appearance reminds me of a typical cheap beer with virtually no head and a light yellow color. It had a nice lime scent as well as a heavy initial and finishing lime flavor, with a short duration. After swallowing, there isn’t much to enjoy from this light bodied, dry textured, lively carbonated beer. This is probably good if your not in the mood for a real beer on a hot summer day. hophead4499 (7) - Georgia, USA - JUN 18, 2002 does not count
An odd brew all together, quite tasty though. BoozeCommando (7) - PHILIPPINES - FEB 5, 2003 does not count
UPDATED: AUG 16, 2015 This crap sucks. And that’s no secret judging by the other posts here, so you’ve been warned. Watch out, buddy, you could be the next sucker to sample this shit. I thought Red Horse Beer from the Philippines was bad (probably due to the foul stench it gives off and its formaldehyde taste) but this rank recipe will make you wish you were dead. The Booze Commando gives this one the thumbs-down, big time! I can’t believe a friend actually got inspired to write a song, Cowboy of Love, after sinking a gutful of this crap. Argghhh!
UPDATE: Now, twelve years later, it’s really no surprise that this brew has been consigned to the dust-bin of history, LOL! MP99 (6) - California, USA - JUL 1, 2002 does not count
Flavored Corona-type beverage. Reminds me of a bowl of Froot Loops. Needless to say, beer and Froot Loops, yuk!!