Montejo - Grupo Modelo S.A. de C.V.
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Reviews by krazyboi:
2.58/5 rDev -11.9%
Poured from a 1.2 liter bottle into a regular glass cup.
A: Light golden yellow color with a bubbly head that dissipates extremely quickly.
S: Strong corn aroma with alcohol and maltiness.
T: Slightly metallic with a peculiar bitter ending.
M: Light bodied with high carbonation.
D: While easy to drink, it is not too enjoyable. I can see this being refreshing on a hot summer day. Nothing special about this beer.
04-19-2011 17:59:50 | More by krazyboi
More User Reviews:
2.6/5 rDev -11.3%
Appearance - This is a light yellow in color with a slight shade of orange. The bright white head came up easy and actually showed some retention.
Smell - The grain is light and easy here if a bit on the stale side.
Taste - The grain turns corny at the taste with an offputting sweetness.
Mouthfeel - This light-bodied lager was smooth with a light carbonation that gave it a refreshing character.
Drinkability - Parts of this beer begged to be dumped but the positive aspects of it just did keep it out of the sink.
Note: I think this is only the second time in almost 2,000 reviews that I have five different ratings that none are the same. Bizarre . . .
09-23-2010 01:10:53 | More by RoyalT
2.75/5 rDev -6.1%
As others have noted, I don't see any comparison between this and a pilsener. There just isn't that much there. It was a clear yellow with no head. Not much aroma, maybe a little graininess. A vague, sweet taste. Couldn't find any hops. Refreshing on a hot day, but that's about it.
04-08-2007 23:18:20 | More by lordofthewiens
2.93/5 rDev 0%
A: Pours a straw yellow color with a small, white head on top. Very little head retention and practically no lacing whatsoever.
S: Some sweet corn, grainy malt and an extremely faint grassy aroma.
T: A little better than the aroma. Heavier malt presence, with some sweetness and a bit of corn, but not very much. The grass component is a bit stronger as well.
M: Light to medium bodied with moderate carbonation. Crisp and easy drinking.
O: Not the best Mexican beer, but better than many. Would drink this over Corona/Sol everday of the week.
06-23-2011 14:11:47 | More by mdaschaf
2.68/5 rDev -8.5%
Pilsner my ass. For a pils, this is a big underperformer. Like Estrella, it hints at good pilsner qualities, but doesn't go all the way. It is most unoffensive and can wash down food on a hot day. I got mine as a 5 peso upgrade from water with a lunch in Cancun, and I guess it wasn't horrible for 5 pesos. Still, no hops or decent malt profile.
03-21-2007 02:26:55 | More by tempest
3.48/5 rDev +18.8%
Features a white head over clear straw yellow/golden liquid. Light, clean and lemony/grassy malt nose. Taste is a pleasant sharp, slightly metallic hop not and light maltiness, crisp and quite drinkable. Finishes clean, with a late hop ending, not too bad to enjoy actually.
11-15-2004 11:52:24 | More by beerluvr
2.6/5 rDev -11.3%
Poured from a 12 ounce brown bottle into a pint glass. Printed abv on the bottle of 4.5%.
Appearance: Small white head is here 1 minute and gone the next. Clear bright yellow body with pretty good carbonation.
Smell: Sweet pale malts, adjuncts, and no hops to speak of.
Taste: Perhaps a slight metallic taste to it. Has a little bit of a skunky and bitter finish.
03-04-2009 01:14:21 | More by BierFan
3/5 rDev +2.4%
Tasted from a 40 oz bottle. Look: Pale yellow color, poor head of foam; Smell: Soft, dry malts and grain; Taste: Again dry malts and chayote with floral hops; Mouthfeel: Clean and crisp, slightly bitter with a subtly salty finish; Drinkability: I always hated this beer but the last time i drank it was good.
02-03-2010 00:25:50 | More by roddwolff
3.33/5 rDev +13.7%
My next few reviews would mostly be mexican beers with some american tossed in too, since I am on a trip around Yucatan at this moment.
ABV 4.5 %
355 ml can poured into a plastic cup. Clear golden yellow colour with a half finger head that disappeared immediately. Average amount of bubbles into the glass.
As with most mexican beers aroma is not that easy to distinguish. Nothing here too, just a "beery" smell that is pleasant though.
Taste is good, but nothing you can put your finger on, it's not bitter, it's not sweet. Maybe somewhere in the middle.
Medium thickness on the body and slight carbonation.
Overall, slighty better than your average mexican beer.
03-09-2012 23:58:42 | More by Douberd
1.58/5 rDev -46.1%
Reviewed from notes - had this beer while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Poured from a 12 oz can into a glass.
Apperance - Straw yellow (what else?) with just a film of head. Lots of visible carbonation.
Smell - There's a bit of corn, but nothing else. Very unimpressive.
Taste - I get smacked on the front of my palate with a strong corn taste which isn't all that pleasing. There's almost nothing else to this beer - 95% of the taste is on the front end and the rest is like water.
Mouthfeel - Like carbonated water.
Overall - Ugh. Avoid if at all possible.
07-07-2011 03:25:51 | More by BigDRS
3.23/5 rDev +10.2%
This beer tasted better than it probably was. Why, because it was a beautiful tropical day and I was dying for some kind of beer. Standard straw color, minimal head retention, sparse lacing. Light crisp taste that reeks of corn adjunct. A decent choice for those wishing to avoid Corona.
04-18-2004 06:35:27 | More by Mark
2.6/5 rDev -11.3%
Had this in a small bar in Cozumel. Your typical thin bodied, somewhat grainy Mexican beer without much distinguishing nose or flaveor, and a slightly stale finish. But it was a hot day, the beer was cold, and I was on vacation, so nothing is too bad at that point. Besides, I have never seen this beer in the states, so I got to try something different.
11-30-2008 03:22:00 | More by kimcgolf
4.5/5 rDev +53.6%
I prefer bock when it comes to Mexican beers (especially Indio) but Montejo is my favorite lager / pilsner they have south of the border. It's 6% alc. makes it harder as a session beer down here but it's so much better than Corona or even Dos Equis, hopefully they will start exporting it. Try it if you have a chance and enjoy!
09-27-2008 05:12:20 | More by marc956
3.4/5 rDev +16%
A classic from the southeastern of my country, made originally for in memoriam of the founder of its city Merida Yucatan, Don Francisco de Montejo, with 45 years of rich history, this brand is one of the czech pilsner beers sold in my city, perfect for mexican and american food, serve in a pilsner glass.
10-17-2005 16:43:49 | More by tesguino
2.42/5 rDev -17.4%
Pours a clear light golden yellow. A burst of carbonation and one finger of white head quickly give way, leaving a lethargic yellow liquid. Looks like ginger ale, but with less fizz.
Smell is lager yeast, some light hops, and a strong background hit of adjuncts.
Tastes slightly wheaty, slightly corny, with an odd chalky bitterness that comes in for the finish. Thin and meh.
Light body, almost flat. Not good, in my opinion. Watery, but with a lingering chalky feel on the tongue that I really don't like.
Not impressed. Whatever this beer is, I don't think it's very good. Minimal flavor, and what's there isn't great.
01-05-2012 02:33:47 | More by zeledonia
2.88/5 rDev -1.7%
Consumed in October 2004 in Cancun, Mexico from a bottle. Pours with a nice head which quickly disappears. Maybe a bit of lave. Not much scent to the beer. Corn, maybe a bit of malt. Don't really smell any hops though. You can taste the malt and there are a few actual hops you can taste. Decent carbonation, but still a bit watery like all the rest of the beers in Mexico. Not horrible, but still barely decent. Fortunately I only have about three more I think to review and two of them are at least decent.
10-19-2004 16:29:13 | More by GClarkage
Montejo from Grupo Modelo S.A. de C.V.
71 out of 100 based on 56 ratings.