Thirsty Frog Red Ale - Anheuser-Busch
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Ratings: 21 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
2.95/5 rDev -12.2%
Drank a couple of pints of these on the Carnival Magic. Took some notes for reviewing.
Poured a very nice red, had an amber head that had qualities typical of an american lager. Very frothy, disappeared quickly, did not leave any lacing.
Smell was of corn and malt
Taste was very malty but had a very interesting spicy aftertaste. Almost a belgian spice.
Mouthfeel was very light similiar to budweiser or coors original
Not a beer I would buy again.
04-30-2012 00:28:30 | More by bigolbeerbelly
3.05/5 rDev -9.2%
On tap on Carnival Triumph.
I figured this was probably AB brewed and now I know.
Decent beer...better than Bud, BL, Coors and Lite by Miller...
Without doing a side by side it reminded me a bit of Killians Red...
Drank two of these on the ship... obviously they don't really have any craft beer on the boat. I did finally find Shiner Bock bottled.
12-03-2012 22:52:29 | More by Ford
3.45/5 rDev +2.7%
960th Review on BA
Draft to 19oz Balloon Pint
On board Carnival Paradise 11/25/11
App- A medium light brown with some garnet and amber highlights running throughout. Only a small 1/2 in head formed(I say bad pour by the bar staff) with a huge wall of stickly lace and cling all the way down the glass with a ton of bubbles floating up.
Smell- The nose doesn't flatter this beer at all. Very run of the mill and more AAL which makes sense due to the contract brewer. A little bit of malts and wheat are detectable. Not offensive as most but creeping downward a bit.
Taste- A lightly sweet amber with a bit of grain and wheat behind it. A little bit of lemon surges past the back of the tongue. Much of a one dimensional beer without a good pop behind it but for a contract beer, better than most.
Mouth- A lighter medium body with a very bubbly medium carbonation level. A good malty grain note on the finish.
Drink- For a cruise ship this was a fine offering for a full 19oz pour at 5, compared to a bottle of BL or Coorse for 6.25 a 12 oz. My boat did have Boddingtons and Bass for the imports which was nice to see.
11-28-2011 23:14:17 | More by FosterJM
3.55/5 rDev +5.7%
Enjoyed on the Carnival Valor, one of a few (bartender says 3 as of right now) ships it is available on currently.
A: thin head minimal lacing on an amber with orange/ crimson tints and clear body.
S: light on the nose, sweet malts and maybe a slight earthy hop note.
T: all sweet caramel malt. No other notes or hops really.
M: medium body and moderate to high carbonation. Served ridiculously cold. Crisp and refreshing.
Overall: about the standard character for a red or amber ales you can have. Highly drinkable but barely memorable besides the fact that it is the best beer I have ever had on a cruise ship. Not a very difficult feat
04-30-2012 14:06:39 | More by kylehay2004
3.75/5 rDev +11.6%
tap on Carnival Valor
Pours a clear amber red with a white lacing for a head.
Smells of bready malts and some mild caramel. No real hop presence.
Biscuity malt flavor with brown sugar and, again, no real hop representation.
Medium body with sharp tingles of carbonation.
Surprisingly not bad, especially for an AB beer. Honestly didn't mind drinking these, better than the alternatives which were pretty much all macro lights. Decent ale.
08-15-2013 23:11:05 | More by Cylinsier
Thirsty Frog Red Ale from Anheuser-Busch
79 out of 100 based on 21 ratings.