Keystone Premium - Coors Brewing Company
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Ratings: 126 | Reviews: 43 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Shadman:
2.5/5 rDev +38.9%
Forgot my wallet after taking in my empties so my options were limited to say the least.
Funny, because it looked really pale in the kitchen, yet more of a traditional amber yellow in the next level of my 4 level split. Fizzy carbonation bubbles yielded a totally so-so head. Not much in the way of lacing, a few dots of foam here and there on the sides of the glass
Can I use the term adjunct lager aroma. Very grainy with almost a hint of some sort of solvent. At least it didn't smell like cabbage.
Very watery & thin to start. Some faint sweetness and grainy malts follow. Finishes dry and somewhat tinny.
Very light in body for the 4.9% abv listed on the can ( obviously brewed in Canada by Molson)
@ $7.70/six I guess you can say you get what you pay for. IMO I would consider this a slightly souped up version, tastewise, of Coors light. Or in the ball park of a lot of the mexican lagers like Sol that are so popular.
02-22-2010 05:58:11 | More by Shadman
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2.23/5 rDev +23.9%
wow, bought this on a pinch along with some chilled heiniken to watch the montreal canadiens upset the washington capitals! what a great hockey game...
the canadian variant is 4.9%, brewed by Molson.
what a lackluster beer. Granted, it's dirt cheap... 8 bucks a sixer, it's well... onto it!
A: hyper white, disipating head, light golden yellow.
S: wow, terrible, probably the worst beer i've ever had to my nose! metalic to a new standard, beyond the horridness of coors light... i thought i had some shavings stuck in my nose! it was bad.
T: so long as i didn't breath, for a cheap beer this passed barely, it's mildly grainy, wtih some corn and mere malt trace... quite sweet.
M: not the worst ever, but pretty uninspiring, thin all the way through, luckily it didn't stick.
D: well, it's sweet and thin... so it can be pounded one after another... not sure if i want to see what over-consumption of the previous 4 catagories would leave you in for shape, but the two i had made it present that i can stand it.
04-29-2010 04:53:29 | More by EsoxLucius
2/5 rDev +11.1%
Presentation: 12 oz silver can with a canned on date on the bottom. It says this is a specially lined can on the label.
Appearance: Clear and bright pale yellow colour with minimal carbonation activity. Oddly head disappears quickly though a thin wispy white lace stays for a minute or so.
Smell: Cereal, cooked veggies and husky grain in the aroma as well as an odd out of place mildly solvent alcohol.
Taste: Light bodied with a smooth mouth feel and moderate carbonation, a clean palate of cereal and light malt seems typical. Hops throw a “monkey wrench” of a twang to the mix to put this brew out of whack and the bitterness tastes processed. Cooked veggies and a lightly solvent alcohol show flaws though these flavours are not totally unpleasant, just a nuisance. Meek flavours of grain which amount to little make up the finish also which is quite clean to say the least.
Notes: Not bad but not good either, so so at best. Drinkable would be saying too much though it is not unpalatable. Don’t going running out to your local packy to buy a whatever-pack and think your are going to have something to enjoy.
10-25-2001 13:14:20 | More by Jason
1.2/5 rDev -33.3%
A.K.A. Keystone regular. There should be a law about calling garbage beer "Premium." This is truly awful stuff. Fake, food-coloring-added gold pour with a huge white head. STRONG smell of day-old pee and wet leaves. Lots of metal and grain in this one, along with a distinctive taste of grass clippings. Stick with the light version, cheapos.
12-05-2008 22:39:25 | More by magictrokini
1.2/5 rDev -33.3%
Ugh, more of the garbage yellow faded appearance with water. No head or lacing, doesn't look appetizing in the least. Corny industrial robotics plant, full of oil and hydraulic fluid aroma.
Taste, has some weird sawdust component to it with water that comes together as diluted creamy. Like someone poured more water into your nonfat milk type of thing. This seems to be the worst in the Keith Stone series of beers. Smooths itself out a little ways down, but still, this is a tough beer to drink if you have any semblance of respect for your tongue.
01-02-2011 01:30:38 | More by Beerandraiderfan
2.17/5 rDev +20.6%
Poured into a pint glass from a slender 12 oz. can, the type that doesn't stay put in your koozie. I stole the can from an unemployed friend's fridge as I knew this was an opportunity not likely to arise again any time soon. Pours a medium straw with a half inch of very white head. Retention was 7 seconds, leaving not even a hint of surface film.
Smell was a bit unexpected with some smoky overcooked grains, malt and maybe some rice, and a bit metallic in nature. Not much else to report. I notice an April 12, 2009 'best by' date on the bottom of the can, not the freshest beer I assume.
Taste again starts with overcooked grain and offers an odd stinging finish. Average drinkability for the style if you can handle the flavor, though I assume that if it warmed up a bit it may be a struggle.
03-30-2009 03:58:24 | More by HalfFull
3.18/5 rDev +76.7%
Poured from a 12 oz. can. Has a pale yellow color with a 1/2 inch head. Smell is of corn and grains. Taste is crisp, some corn, just a hint of hops. Feels light in the mouth and is very drinkable, great for beer games. Overall this is about your typical adjunct lager.
11-22-2010 16:05:57 | More by tone77
3.23/5 rDev +79.4%
From the can marked MAR0110-A10062217. It had the typical pale yellow, overzealous but short-lived fizzy white head that you get in an American Adjunct Lager. The aroma is corny with a hint of malts. The mouthfeel is watered down. The taste is smooth enough for an adjunct lager with that corn and weak barley notes that accompany it. Believe it or not it almost ends dry. I can get through the can in about two minutes. There's nothing to love here but it is not as distasteful as some.
02-08-2010 01:51:11 | More by puboflyons
2.9/5 rDev +61.1%
This is the first of my series of reviews on cheap beer for an eveining :)
A- This pours a dry grassy color, and is very clear. The carbonation is very noticeable...there's many columns of big bubbles rising to the top. The foam head actually surprised me, starting out rather thick and foamy, but quickly disappeared into a thin film. There is some mild lacing that clings to my glass. Not the worst buck 'o beer that I've seen.
S- Very mild aromas, primarily of dusty grains, some slight metallic notes(not overpowering), and boiled rice. I wouldn't necessarily agree that this has a solvent aroma but there is some astringent tones that aren't really offensive, but they are there. Just underwhelming overall.
T- More of the same here, but what do you expect for $1/beer? Adjunct laden, with more noticeable metallic flavors, and also mixed into this is more dusty grains....primarily bland white rice and some corn. The sweetness isn't really balanced out well, but there is a very faint bitterness on the finish. The lingering flavors are really just more sweetness.
M- Thin and watery body, with the expected palate scrubbing carbonation. Nothing else to really report....just sweet, malty and smooth.
D- The beer is easy enough to drink and isn't the worst beer I've had....if I'm looking for cheap brew, I'll probably look at getting this again and I know that this would satisfy any beer drinker. The alcohol is well hidden due to the sweetness and this would be, as most cheap beers, a great chugger. I'm sure there's better but there's certainly worse!
06-20-2010 01:28:54 | More by ChrisCage
1.5/5 rDev -16.7%
a new addition to the sunoco station on the corner, lol. wow that is sad. anyway picked it up as a single for a buck as i never saw it before.
poured a clear pale yellow with a fizzy white head that left very quickly leaving only bubbly pale liqudi behind. aioma is non exisitent. muted corn and grain and nothing at all to be excited about about. same corn, musky grain and muted flavor follows over from the aroma and the light feel just caps a rather bland expierence.
overall what i thought it would be, but tick away right.
03-05-2011 16:44:10 | More by mikesgroove
2.58/5 rDev +43.3%
Keystone Premium has a very thick, quickly-dissipating, stark-white head and a pale straw appearance with a few bubbles streaming up and no lacing. The aroma is faint, to be sure, but a light grain and sweet smell can be detected with a deep inhalation. Taste is quite watery, but a tiny amount of grains, sweetness, and hop bitterness can be picked up with some patience. Mouthfeel is very watery, and Keystone Premium finishes crisp, refreshing (much like water), and dry. Overall, this is a low average offering from Molson-Coors. I can see why it's not widely available. It's tolerable.
05-10-2011 00:47:51 | More by RonaldTheriot
2.05/5 rDev +13.9%
The beer slips from the 12-ounce aluminum can a clear gold color with a modest bright white frothy head that erodes quickly leaving a thin coating of lace upon the glass. Nose is all malt, crisp and clean, start slightly sweet, thinly malted and the top cadaverous. Finish is stinging in its acidity, the hops light and the aftertaste dry, well it did wet my whistle.
12-14-2004 21:14:38 | More by Gusler
3.13/5 rDev +73.9%
16 oz tallboy can with a freshness stamp of MAR1510 on the bottom. Pours a very pale, clear yellow color with an airy white foam that fades in a matter of seconds to nothingness. Even for an AAL, this one does not look great.
Nose is light grains, cereal and a bit of sugary sweetness. Surprisingly, a bit of hops are present. Very light nose overall, but nothing unappealing or sour; pretty neutral.
Taste is most akin to watery, spent grains. Tastes kind of like corn Chex cereal. Carbonated water and a breath of alcohol pretty much completes the flavor profile. Body is about medium for the style and carbonation is high. Touch of bittering hops in the finish, and I mean the faintest of touches. This is not too shabby of a bargain AAL, goes down smooth and easy...quenches the thirst alright. Decent golf beer.
02-03-2010 18:18:33 | More by twiggamortis420
Keystone Premium from Coors Brewing Company
48 out of 100 based on 126 ratings.