Bushman Lager - Black Loon Brewing
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 2 | Show All Ratings:
Reviews by wordemupg:
3.01/5 rDev +4.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 2.75 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3
355ml can poured into tulip 15/12/13
A clear golden orange with plenty of bubbles and a massive three finger foam even after a gentle pour, great retention, couple random patches of lace on the way down, looks pretty good
S sour mushy apple, sweet grains, brown sugar, wet grass clippings and just a faint chemical aspect I often find in macros
T more of the same really, a little toffee and less sour apple, there's some faint grassy hops in there, pretty basic but drinkable
M thin. a little flat much to my surprise after looking at it, cracker and brown sugar on the finish
O I thought this one would be worse, I'm not saying its good but for a cheap 6 pack its OK
I doubt I'd bother again but considering the price I could see this selling well, don't go out of your way or spend more the 8$ on a 6er
Serving type: can
12-16-2013 00:43:00 | More by wordemupg
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2.58/5 rDev -10.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 2.5
355ml can, part of a rather obfuscated in origin six-pack. Turns out this is made by Granville Island (and thus ultimately Molson-Coors), for some pretty shy on the marketing front contract brewer.
This beer pours a crystal clear, pale golden amber colour, with three hefty fingers of puffy, moderately foamy eggshell white head, which leaves a bit of ocean spray lace around the glass as it quickly bleeds away.
It smells of semi-sweet pale malt and corn grist alike, pandering dry apple and cheap raisin fruitiness, a hint of standalone acetone (yeah), and earthy, deaf leaf hops. The taste is plain, gritty corn husk malt, a hint of the biscuity pale malt that might have been, a now mostly AWOL fruit contingent, and bland earthy, weedy hops.
The bubbles are fairly innocuous for the most part, and duly supportive, the body medium-light in weight, and smooth in a certain sort of, um, Canadian way. It finishes off-dry, the generic malt providing that generic sweet aftertaste, one that is only vanquished by another hefty glug. Ha!
Another plain-ass lager from the school of Molson, filtered through their craft brewery cum lapdog underlings, it would seem. Looks like Island Lager, tastes like a combination of that and Molson Canadian. Not terrible, but pretty blah, with its best attribute being a price-tag that justifies its stature above the Lucky and Minhas offerings of our world.
Serving type: can
08-13-2013 04:44:03 | More by biboergosum
Bushman Lager from Black Loon Brewing
- out of 100 based on 6 ratings.