Thursday, February 24, 2011
Beer Review #10
American Adjunct Lager
Appearance: Pour to a flat clear pale yellow color.
Just that right color were it was very
unappealing to the eye.
Taste: The traditional malt taste of beer was about its only defining thing about
this beer. Must be why they add lime to it. It was very flat and had a
mild bitter finish
Mouthfeel: Light Mild carbonation with a minimal aftertaste. Lacks flavor.
Beer Type: Was surprised at the malt taste. Most American adjunct lagers
are low malt. Maybe this is Mexico's take on it. Lacked
good carbonation as well.
Drinkability: I will say this about corona, on a hot day you could fly through
the case. Goes down nicer than water and with a wedge of lime
it would be very drinkable. Easy drinking and lack of strong
flavor makes it a good drinking beer.
Scoring 12/25 Not the best beer in the world but not the worst for sure.
You could do a lot worse!