Niko100 (3012) - Chicago, New York, USA - SEP 26, 2017
Nice amber color; Medium slightly creamy body; Aroma of caramel malt, & some hops; Flavor of slight sweet malt, caramel, hops, and some nuts; Decent. phoner2 (59) - Racine, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 17, 2017
sweet like a desert cake, clean with hints of honey and malt, taste is much like an American style Octoberfest. maxwax1969 (1) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - FEB 24, 2017 does not count
I absolutely love Third Shift Beer! I have enjoyed drinking it the past 3 years and always on the look out for it. Unfortunately, availability has gone from easily being able to pick up at my nearest Kroger, Walmart, or Sherlocks Liquor Store to a dwindling product I may be able to get in about two weeks through a Sherlock’s distributor (with enough heads up). Sadly Sherlocks tell me the case of Third Shift I picked up the other day will be my last that they will be able to get for me. I am so so bummed. I have also written Kroger too because I have continued to asked for it and literally now have to pull teeth to see that they got it for me (sometimes a month later). So Coors, if discontinuing, what can I do to purchase the remainder of your Third Shift Beer? Please do not stop selling it. There is nothing else out there like it. Fat Tire may come close, but not happy having to settle for less. JPDIPSO (6298) - Wauwatosa, USA - AUG 8, 2016
Ar - 5 Ap - 4 Fl - 5 P - 3 O - 10 Rate 2.7
Dark golden to light amber in color. Taller, off-white head. Mild aroma, with hints of grain, caramel and herbal hops (really, I mean hints). Sweet toasted white bread flavors in the start. Mild bitterness. Fairly bitter linger. Amber light? 2/13
Leighton (22812) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAY 21, 2016
Bottle at the Inn in Natchez, MS. Pours clear honey-gold with a creamy, off-white head. The aroma is caramel, toasted biscuits, faint earth. Medium sweet flavour with notes of brown sugar, more toasty biscuits, grains, toffee. Medium bodied with fine to average carbonation. Sweet, sugary finish, with more toffee, caramel, bready malts. Quite simple and sugary overall, but not terrible.
raymow (1865) - Bensalem, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 18, 2016
bottled - dark golden color. Malty flavor. Typical amber lager. Points for being union made.