Cheap sugary cornmeal theme and soured maize nosing infiltrate barley-hay base of canned medium-bodied yellow pils. Alongside sticky malt mouthfeel, fizzy carbolic nature, and phenol hop wisp, very reminiscent of bland, tinny, scarcely efficient ’60s American macrobrews such as the original Rheingold, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and dozens of lesser defunct generic local brands. In bottled version, astringent sourness, overt fizz, and insufficient head decrease value further, leaving severe acridity and parched throat.

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