New brew Thursday!! Another beer from the archive. This one is from the summer and is what some might call a "lawnmower beer". I could go for a couple of these right now!!
Beer Type: American Adjunct LagerAppearance: Big ole can for a low price of $1.15, Beer poured a light golden color with a huge foamy head that dissipated quickly. A darker color than I expected to see which is a good sign.Smell: Sweet malt and corn come through right away. Have read other reviews which compared this smell to the circus peanuts candy and I can see that.First Drink: A nice bold flavor when compared to other cheap beers of this ilk. Sweet like the aroma with a bit of fruit mixed with the corn. Not as bad as that sounds.Mouthfeel: Very full for this style and price. A bit sticky but the even carbonation helps balance this out.Last Drink: More of the sweet flavors but I am not getting the "cheap beer fatigue" I would normally get from drinking something like this.Drinkability: Cheap, regional, not from a massive horror-brewery, and it tastes good too? I don't really see how you can go wrong. I'll be drinking it again for sure.Notes: Got this from a new local beer store when it was on sale. Glad I gave it a shot.Verdict: 3 out of 5. Great for what it is.. an affordable 5% beer that will have you feeling good on a warm day.