If you remember in our last review, Henry mentioned that the Stewart's chain of convenience stores now has its own beer. I didn't believe him at first, but eventually took his word for it. To REALLY prove his point, Henry brought over two cans of the beer for us to review. So we're reviewing a convenience store-brand beer, how good do you think it'll be?
1.7AROMA 3/10 APPEARANCE 2/5 TASTE 3/10 PALATE 1/5 OVERALL 8/20
I poured a 12oz can into a tumbler.
APPEARANCE: Not bad, actually. Looks a lot like Schlitz with a clear amber color, decent head (some retention), very bubbly.
AROMA: Smells like a very cheap can beer (which it is). Metallic, funky, slightly skunked. Thankfully not too pungent.
TASTE: It tastes exactly what a 75-cent can of convenience store-brand beer should taste like. It’s basically wet straw, steel wool and water. Taste is tolerable at first, but becomes more sour towards the bottom. This beer must be drank ice cold because it tastes like dirty dishwater otherwise.
MOUTHFEEL: Super fizzy at first, tepid and thin later on.
DRINKABILITY: While the taste is quite bad, the beer at least goes down smooth once it becomes tepid.
OVERALL: It’s craptastic. This is the kind of beer the cheapest of the cheapskates buy (and the homeless). There are worse out there, but this is generic bad beer. Why bother?