Type: Pale Lager
Color: White Beer
Review: What in god’s name did Busch do to Rolling Rock? This lean green drinking machine used to actually be the premium beer it claims to be on it’s logo. But somewhere along the line when it was picked up by Anheuser-Busch it became just another light beer.
The beer poured with a short head that quickly dissipated. This to me is often a bad sign, when the head dies before I can snap the picture of the post. Its smell isn’t anything special or unique much like its taste. It has a clean crisp mouthfeel and it doesn’t have strong taste, making it good for a hot day. There’s a metallic hint to it which I’m not a fan of but it’s not in your face, and barely in your mouth.
Truth be told, it’s not terrible, it’s just not premium. It’s definitely drinkable. A plus is you can down it all night and not feel full or sick. If you’re going to a party and see yourself chugging or playing games this is a decent option. Just don’t expect much. It’s just another beer now. This is why I didn’t vote for Busch. (POLITICS!)