Molson Canadian 6.0 Cold Shots - Molson Coors Canada
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Reviews by canadianbarman:
2.98/5 rDev +31.9%
look: 2.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3
--came in a cool looking small thin can, much like Red Bull. No freshness date found.
--poured an average color, maybe slightly darker than a normal lager due to the alcohol content. A nice head that quickly left.
This was nothing more than a marketing tool used by Molson. The size is made to be consummed quickly, because before you know it, the can is empty. The good thing is that it doesn't last long enough to get warm! It is best drunk from the can, to achieve the novelty, but that's all it really is...a novelty. Not much special about the taste.
Serving type: can
06-04-2004 17:31:24 | More by canadianbarman
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2.91/5 rDev +28.8%
look: 2.25 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.25
250 mL can from a 4-pack picked up at the LCBO; served ice cold. I've had this many times over the years, though not nearly as frequently as standard-issue, run-of-the-mill Canadian. I guess today is the day where I finally become bored/alcoholic enough to drink a can alone so that I can review it?
Pours a familiar pale yellow colour, topped with a half-finger of fizzy, bone-white head that quickly evaporates. A few scattered strands of lacing remain. I can't really blame them for not putting effort into making this look good; normal people who are not giant dorks just drink this from the can, anyway. The aroma is pretty neutral, and I can't really think of any descriptors to use here other than vaguely corny and sweet. At least it's too mild to be off-putting.
Fortunately, the same notion applies to the flavour. While this lager offers nothing outside of the usual, bland adjunct lager tropes - notes of corn husk, boiled vegetables, grainy malts and cardboard - these features are present in surprisingly well-balanced proportions. While I would not describe the flavour as appealing, it manages to avoid my main gripes with this sort of beer: syrupy sweetness, ethanol heat, and even the off-flavours are kept to a minimum. Light-bodied and watery, with restrained carbonation compared to most adjunct lagers, offering only a slight bite. Very easy to drink quickly, so mission accomplished I guess - that was probably the only objective to begin with.
Final Grade: 2.91, a C grade. For a 6.0% macro lager intended primarily for irresponsibly rapid consumption, these Molson Cold Shots honestly aren't that bad. No, they don't taste great, and yes, if push came to shove there are plenty of domestic pale lagers I'd pick long before this one (forgetting about imports and craft stuff entirely). But four of these cans will give you a good buzz for a very low price, and you don't even need to worry about gagging on anything - perhaps except the shrivelled remnants of your pride.
Serving type: can
10-27-2013 14:27:45 | More by thehyperduck
Molson Canadian 6.0 Cold Shots from Molson Coors Canada
59 out of 100 based on 65 ratings.