Miller 64 - Miller Brewing Co.
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2.15/5 rDev +20.1%
Appearance - This is a very light straw color with a pure white head that actually came up quite nicely.
Smell - The grain aroma is extremely faint so is hard to get a good nose full but it doesn't have that putrid rotting gum smell that a lot of American LLs have.
Taste - The flavor doesn't live up to the aroma if that's possible. There's really no grain here on the tongue which I guess is better than a horrible grain flavor, but this beer is just plain boring.
Mouthfeel - This light-bodied ale has the typical champagne-like carbonation of other Miller beers.
Drinkability - I wouldn't say that this is a good beer by any means but it doesn't suck so I guess that's something.
01-31-2010 01:25:34 | More by RoyalT
3.48/5 rDev +94.4%
For a light beer, this isnt too bad. Clear morning urine color with plenty of carbonation and a thin white film. Mild aroma of sweet grain and corn. Tastes slightly of corn and cereal grains with a minimal amount of hop bittering. Mouthfeel is light and sweet. Finish is crisp from the carbonation and mildly acidic. Drinkability is better than most in the category. Not repulsive in any way some many macro lights are. Just not much going on.
07-21-2006 17:18:19 | More by DaPeculierDane
1.64/5 rDev -8.4%
What to say about this? Pale straw, clean as a whistle, not much of a head at all, just some puffy white foam that settles in a matter of seconds. There isn't much of an aroma at all, some corn and grains with a weird metallic smell in the background. Taste isn't much different - actually, there isn't much of a taste at all. Some light grain, minimal hop flavor. The thing you taste the most is the water and the carbonation. And there is a LOT of carbonation. Body is as thin as tap water.
Yeah, needless to say, I won't be having this one again. It's just so flavorless and empty. If you're going to drink a beer, then drink a beer. With this stuff, what's the point?
01-07-2013 01:00:21 | More by tectactoe
1.85/5 rDev +3.4%
A- pours a super pale piss yellow fluid with a frothy quarter inch head that to my suprise had decent for such a ultralight beer.
S- smells like miller high life light that's been stripped of it beer characteristics . Extra light corn, grains and slight metallic scents
next to nothing.
T-M- Light grainy corn flavor with a hint of malt sweetness. Mouthfeel is lightly carbonated water that rolls over the tongue with ease.
D- Drinkable but nothing special.
02-12-2010 17:38:34 | More by wesbrownyeah
2.83/5 rDev +58.1%
This is not a personal favorite but it works well if you're on a budget. Also, being a low calorie beer, it can be nice if you're trying to lose weight by cutting cals or carbs. Ultimately, this really isn't a good choice. There are plenty of other alternatives if you're just looking for a beer with a low calorie count.
07-20-2010 03:26:48 | More by newcastleme
2.43/5 rDev +35.8%
Obviously this beer is intended to be something to down on a hot summer day or for someone who is perhaps trying to cut down their drinking without switching to NA beer. Miller 64 is what it is - It possesses good carbonation, a fine straw color when poured and holds it own against the other macro brands.
12-12-2013 21:29:50 | More by ValpoExpo
2.25/5 rDev +25.7%
Presentation: 12 oz can, no freshness date. "Brewed by our genuine cold-filtered trademarked method", what does it say in a beer when you worry about trademarking "cold-filtered"? Hmmm ... draft beer in a can, go figure?
Appearance: Very pale golden yellow with exceptional clarity, a thin webish white lace is what is leftover from a quickly disappearing white head.
Smell: Clean aroma mostly ... a little musty, clean higher alcohols and cooked corn are noticeable.
Taste: Obvious light body, quick aggressive crispness from a moderate level of carbonation that is leftover. Right away are issues of cooked cereal grains and astringent grains, not harsh ones but rather small hurdles. Hops double with the malt issues and make things more intricate. Bitterness is sharp with a thin twang. Cereal grains seem more dominant that the malt leaving a cooked corn grit flavour in the finish.
Notes: A little better in the bottle than the can, either way it is about them same. A beer that must beer served cold. Not a beer to brag about drinking the night before.
09-03-2001 00:44:54 | More by Jason
3.5/5 rDev +95.5%
Appearance: 1/2 inch head, moderate to high carbonation, straw color, clear
Smell: light grass and a touch of honey
Taste: light grass, grain, some honey
Mouthfeel: light body, sweet, high carbonation borderline watery.
Drinkability: For the style this is above average and I have graded to that standard. It is nice, light, and sweet. A good beer to drink with activities especially on a hot day. It certainly will not get you drunk. Surprisingly good for what it is.
06-10-2010 16:21:39 | More by tigg924
1.9/5 rDev +6.1%
Its like a light beer in a can, but it tastes like its straight from the tap! True, but only if the tap is connected to the urinal in the men's room. Pours very light yellow with the same big head. Faint aroma, more metal and corn than the corn syrup nightmare of the regular MGD. Corn-syrup flavor, but with lots of mineral water. Yum.
12-10-2008 19:39:54 | More by magictrokini
1.55/5 rDev -13.4%
Brilliant light straw color. Thin, bright white foamy head with short retention.
Cereal, corn, saltine crackers, powdered milk.
Literally no flavor. None. Had two other people taste just to make sure I was not being biased.
Light bodied and watery. Moderate carbonation. Thin, clean and crisp with no finish.
It's technically well made, there is just nothing to work with. It's like the beer version of the fat-free muffin. You're just taking away the whole point by insisting on a product with next to no calories.
07-20-2013 04:41:39 | More by Libationguy
2.13/5 rDev +19%
(Served in an American pint glass)
A- This beer has a crystal clear pale yellow body that is very thin with a strong carbonation of big bubbles. There is a snow white head that fades pretty quickly.
S- The soft sulfur note has a faint sweetness to it followed by a soft white bread note.
T- The flavor of dry club soda has a bite to it with a soft bitterness in the finish that doesn't have any hop taste. There is a note of dry field corn that hangs on after each sip.
M- This beer has a light mouthfeel with a fizz finish.
D- There is no malt flavor and no real hop flavor. It is not to interesting and I would rather drink water.
01-30-2007 02:56:46 | More by rhoadsrage
Miller 64 from Miller Brewing Co.
46 out of 100 based on 640 ratings.