Leinenkugel’s Original

12 oz can, many thanks to Kevin for the chance to try this American classic. Pour gives lots of typical, American Adjunct Lager classic traits, but the body is a quite strange glassy affair with alarming clarity. As is son often the case the beer produces an initially...

Lakemaid

12 oz single from Kevin, thanks mate. Pour offers a slightly hazed yellow body and an aggressive dispensing yields a pretty decent head if truth be told. Obviously little retention and/or lace, but not bad considering everything. Nose and tastes do no more than a beer...

Haywards 5000 Super Premium Beer

A Super-Premium beer no less! What could possibly go wrong?! Having spent a large portion of my first 35 years of life in Indian restaurants, I though that I had seen most of the Indian based adjunct lagers that one could be exposed to , but this was a new one on me....

Hamm’s

12 oz can, many thanks go out to Kevin for the chance to try this one. Can and the brand make this look like a real retro beer – America in the 50’s and 60’s is the feel I get from it. Pour is a very pale golden hue with a large, frothy head. The...

Blatz Beer

12 oz can, many thanks to Kevin for the chance to try this. The pour produces an almost transparent lemon yellow color, a highly carbonated but a typically poorly retained head and not much lace. Frankly it screams American adjunct lager which I suppose could be...