brucehooray (1) - South Toowoomba, AUSTRALIA - APR 20, 2017 does not count
The carton i bought was brewed in Belgium. Considering it only costs 1 dollar a can you shouldn’t be expecting an award winning beer. I found it refreshing and not overly sweet which makes me think they may have changed the recipe since the previous reviews. I would rather drink this than other cheaper beer’s like xxxx or Great Northern . If you don’t like it. Spend twice as much for less beer and stop being a wingy tight arse. Mark1 (1) - - FEB 19, 2016 does not count
Only requires a Taper at each end, to look like it tastes.
I mean it smells like it.
It tastes like it.
Therefore it is. TedE (1544) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - MAY 2, 2015
355ml can into glass. Can says ’ Product of USA’. Sweet corn nose. Amber beer with small but solid head. Medium carbonation. Slight bitterness at first with a bubblegum sweet finish. Way too sweet for me but not the worst. StevieT (2039) - AUSTRALIA - JAN 31, 2015
From a can. Pours hazy straw with a slightly strange aroma, not much in the way of flavour. KeefOz (1953) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - JAN 30, 2014
BB 120414. Poured a slightly hazy golden colour with a one- to two-finger white foamy head that diminished very quickly to a few bubbles for a collar. No lacing. Carbonation high with small bubbles but the carbonation level reduces quickly. Aroma of grain and light malt is OK but there is a metallic part to the aroma that is quite off-putting. Taste of artificial sweetness and no bitterness. Light body which is very thin and watery. Smooth finish but overall is a poor example of a pale lager.
ALLOVATE (3090) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - NOV 26, 2013
Tinny, high aluminum nose doused in bay leaf, cow pat and horse’s balmy hoof - ugh!. Settles out with the appearance of an effervescent apple juice - headless bar the soft pffft of effervescence. Tangy, vinous, almost artificially sweet with a grape skin astringency to the swallow. Bitterness there is none. Clang, clang, tang, num, num, my tongue is well spangled. This is a subspecies of beer best kept for deglazing snags on the barbie. Just not right at all!! (35,5cL can, BB 18/05/14, Dan Murphy’s Currambine) tone76 (1) - AUSTRALIA - MAR 25, 2013 does not count
Pours to a straw colour with reasonable head. Well carbonated. Caramel nose. Quite thin mouth feel, with light bready flavour. Dry finish with little bitterness. Typical of Australian style pale lagers, yet this is brewed in the USA. A relatively simple, uncomplicated beer that is light enough to drink in a session. Sold at Dan Murphys and BWS for less than AUD$35 per 30 cans. OK for the money.