Coors - Coors Brewing Company
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Reviews by BKotch:
2.7/5 rDev +5.9%
Man, some of you guys are really harsh. I can at least give it points for the good memories that I have of driving from Austin to Dripping Springs, Texas, in 1974, when Dripping Springs was as far south as they sold the stuff. And of smuggling a case of the stuff back from Dallas on a high school trip in 1973 (when 18-year-olds could drink!). Original Coors still beats Budweiser, if you ask me. The original cult beer.
01-06-2002 21:56:58 | More by BKotch
More User Reviews:
3.43/5 rDev +34.5%
12oz brown bottle. No freshness dating.
Pours a golden hued pale / yellowy brew, with a slow moving tight carbonation that forms a quick lived snappy head that settles to a decent white-ringed lace.
Faint notes of grain in the nose, hint of floral.
Fairly smooth on the palate, tight and tingly carbonation scrubs and livens with a bit of a creamy feel being created. Crisp. Even mouthfeel, with a distinct mineral quality. Subtle sweetness blends with a watery lemon-lime-rind-like hop character with a splash of bitterness to balance out the malty sweetness. Clean finish, with little residuals, though adjunct flavors and a rougher feel on the palate become more pronounced as the beer warms.
Coors Original is a bit more flavorful vs. some of its competitiors, with a fuller, more rounded body. For what it is, and keeping the style in mind (unlike most of the other reviewers) ... it ain't all that bad.
12-13-2005 14:54:08 | More by Todd
2.08/5 rDev -18.4%
Appearance Clear yellow carbonated body with a good-sized head that disappeared in a flash.
Smell Typical grain and corn aroma with a whiff of alcohol.
Taste This is really an empty flavor. Straight corn, and thats all I could come up with.
Mouthfeel The carbonation isnt bad for a macro brew, but theres certainly nothing else in here that would please the mouth.
Drinkability Unless youre a big fan of Cornish Ale, I would skip this one.
08-30-2003 23:07:53 | More by RoyalT
2.2/5 rDev -13.7%
This is the first beer I ever tried and it is the beer I grew up with, so it has a special place in my beer drinking history....but that does not make up for the fact that it is a average brew. It pours a light golden color with a decent head, and it smells processed right off the bat. There is no definable smell from the beer other than cheap and the taste is very bitter unless it is out of a bottle. Out of the bottle, I can detect a little bit of hops in there but not much, and it still has a little of that bitter quality. And it is not a bitter in a good sense, it is bitter as in skunky. I guess if you are in need of a cheap macro, this is better than Bud, but not something I would ever choose unless it was in complete desperation.
04-03-2003 02:24:43 | More by Dmann
3.58/5 rDev +40.4%
not really sure what the difference is here with the regular coors lineup....i know its called coors banquet but what does that actually mean? does it mean its a special version of the regular coors or is it all coming out of the same tank? either way, i snagged this on a hot day at my local convenient store because it was cheap and accessible
honestly this beer was not all that bad, it was super drinkable on a hot day but you can tell something is wrong as well....it just doesn't taste like the beer is made from real ingredients, the head on the beer quickly disappeared after pouring in the glass, the aroma was nonexistent....it just seems like a beer that came rolling off the assembly line
the mouthfeel was light bodied, it sure was drinkable and i guess that is what they are going for but it just did not have enough character to really merit any outstanding reviews
but fwiw it does a good job at what i think the intention was
06-30-2011 20:08:35 | More by renegadeburger
Coors from Coors Brewing Company
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