Budweiser 66 - Anheuser-Busch
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United Kingdom (Scotland)
1.2/5 rDev -29.8%
A - Very pale yellow with absolutely no head at all. A couple of tiny bubbles rising to the surface too but not many.
S - Hardly any smell at all, mainly a very faint sweet smell but bland for the most part.
T - Very bland again for the most part although it finishes with a sugary, sweet kind of taste.
M - Very light bodied & smooth going down with very little carbonation.
D - This beer has absolutely no taste other than a very faint, sugar like finish & the fact that there was no head at all when I poured it suggests it should be avoided. It tastes so much like water than I wouldn't even call it beer.
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01-14-2011 00:41:22 | More by flyingpig
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United Kingdom (England)
1.78/5 rDev +4.1%
A 300ml clear glass bottle with a BB of March 2013. The label states that it is brewed in the UK, and describes it as lightly carbonated with a smooth, easy taste. Sounds like bollocks to me.
Poured into a straight pint glass. A clear pale straw colour with light carbonation. A hard pour results in a large head of white foam that disappears rapidly. Aroma of almost nothing; initially some faint malt and little else. As it warms, unwelcome hints of stewed corn and sulphur appear. Gross.
Tastes of ultra-light malt with a faint sweetness. No hops or bitterness whatsoever. This could well be the most flavourless beer I've ever tried. Mouthfeel is thin and watery, with a mild tingly dryness. No body - could pass as mineral water. A weak aftertaste of stewed veg.
Crap. This has to be the blandest, most characterless brew ever to pass my lips. Almost no taste, a weak and unpleasant aroma, and no body or depth. Just bad on every level. Avoid at all costs!
07-23-2012 20:36:22 | More by jazzyjeff13
United Kingdom (England)
1.08/5 rDev -36.8%
This beer is brewed for the UK market only (I am lead to believe), God knows where it is actually produced.
Clear 300ml bottle, the cap already promised to a BA in the US. 'jermsumm' gets it in my next package.
The brew number is a special one, it means something to a lot of British people, which is obviously why Bud choose 66.
When a Brit hears the number 66 it reminds him of different things, depending on age and education. 1066 The Battle of Hastings, where we defeated an invading French army: 1666 The Great Fire of London, 1966 When England won the football World Cup for the first and only time, or the iconic Route 66 from Chicago to LA: However, a number between 65 and 67 is what it'll mean to most who buy this beer (if they can count that high).
I poured the beer into a Hoegaarden Crand Cru stemmed tulip glass to give it some class (this failed to have the desired effect).
It looked like a regular lager/pilsner/helles, golden clear, clean and bright. The white head leaving before it had fully arrived, a trait I hate.
You'll not be suprised to hear the beer had very little aroma or taste, in fact it reminded me of fizzy water such was its characterless, gassy, flavourless make-up. Perhaps I'm being unkind here, hey, no I'm not, this beer is terrible to the core (if it had a core to be terrible too).
There was a mini hint of sweetness from something, but I couldn't detect any hop, malt or yeast involvement what-so-ever it this so called brew. Most likely the worst beer I've ever reviewed since joining this site.
My son-in-law bought me this on his first anniversary of his marriage to my daughter, can't wait for next years treat!
11-21-2010 16:07:28 | More by BlackHaddock
Budweiser 66 from Anheuser-Busch
- out of 100 based on 5 ratings.