Camo 900 High Gravity Lager - Camo Brewing Company
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2/5 rDev +22.7%
Appears: Light pale golden hue bright white head leaves sporadic lacing. Aromatics contain sweet sugary fruit notes touch of honey and alcohol wow no real hop character residual sweetness evident corn and rice in harmony...harmony...harmony...that's a naught by nature reference. Taste is upfront alcohol ridden along with sugary layers of mild fruit notes with corn and rice evident on the palate. Mouthfeel is medium-light bodied slightly syrupy leaves streaks of flavor on the palate with each sip. Drinkability: Leaves me wanting something hoppier but the alcohol content is there what can I say we're having fun sampling malt liquors.
06-02-2006 04:13:29 | More by WVbeergeek
2.3/5 rDev +41.1%
Jeez this is a "Special Reserve" beer. What is the reserve a bed in a poison control center?
The pour from the Ghetto sized 24 Oz can gives you a brew best describes as "first piss after the beer fest." Clear and yellow with a questionable white froth on top.
Smell is sweet corn and fruity ester funk that I normally smell in Dogfish Head beers. Matter of fact this smells exactly like DFH Liquor De Malt. And I do see that I gave Liquor De Malt a 3.5 in smell so...
Taste is weirdly unflavored, just some apples and alcohol burn. Near tasteless alcohol delivery device.
Mouthfeel is water plus vodka.
Drinkability is.... Subjective. There are FAR nastier malt Liquors out there and I have tasted them. This is meant for just two types of people HARDCORE alcoholics and College Students...More or less the same thing in some places.
Unless you intend to stop going to work and become a Wine-o AVOID!!!
11-23-2006 04:24:56 | More by Zorro
1.85/5 rDev +13.5%
Mr. CAN here. There is some really deadly beer in CANs and I will tell you about them. Yoi!
I got a finger of rocky, bone-white head with decent retention. Color was a deep golden-yellow with NE-quality clarity. Nose had a fruity flavor. Hmm. Mouthfeel was medium with a fruity flavor. Finish was a cheap vinous flavor. This was liquid crack. NOT recommended for novices.
08-03-2009 05:19:01 | More by woodychandler
1.48/5 rDev -9.2%
Pours a gold to light orange hue. One finger head fades along with most of the carbonation in under a minute. Typical malt liquor apple cider smell. Taste is very sweet, almost tangy. Low carbonation and no detectable hops leave this beer flat and unbalanced. I guess the thick body and overly sweet flavor are worth struggling through if you aim to get smashed.
08-05-2005 05:47:20 | More by PBRstreetgang
1.13/5 rDev -30.7%
Good, god almighty. A friend of mine bought me this as a gag. Poured a very pale orangey-yellow. Smell was of sulphur and rubber.
It tasted of rubber and grain. Absolutely bad. Really bad.
I don't know how anyone could stand to drink enough of this to get drunk. I drank about 1/4 of it and then dumped the rest.
Wow... should have passed the novelty on to someone else so I didn't have had to try it.
08-23-2005 08:23:52 | More by Fugazme
1.3/5 rDev -20.2%
WOW! i stole a 24oz. can of this out of a community motel fridge one nite just cuz i wanted a beer, it was hot out, and everything was closed. wow, that was a mistake. horrible from the word go, the carbonation, wow that is awfull. lot of alcohol, but wow not good at all, would rather not drink at all!
09-16-2009 20:08:19 | More by conductorbrandon
2.05/5 rDev +25.8%
Camo 900 High Gravity Lager pours a classic lager amber from a 24 oz pop top can. The light tan head went over two fingers before turning rocky then settling down to a fine carpet of foam, leaving a fair amount of lace along the way. Plentiful streams of carbonation are rising to replenish the cap of foam in a seemingly endless supply.
Nose is a sweet corn with a floral component followed by the vapors of alcohol. Palate is a very sweet corn with some hops bittering, not quite in balance with the very sweet corn, the hops bittering offsets some, but not all of the sweet corn. Missing is the burn from the 9% by volume alcohol, it is tucked away in the same place as the bite of carbonation, in the viscus liquid of this HGL, the mouth feel is that of a light syrup.
In the end, the sweet corn becomes cloy, the bitter has lost the battle and is nowhere to be found. The sides of my glass are still covered in a fine lace. A good deal of ambivalence is going on with the eye candy and the cloy sweet corn.
For me, its one time around the block... for some one else, Im not so sure.
06-04-2005 02:24:44 | More by BeerBob
1.4/5 rDev -14.1%
Mine says Camo 900. 24 ounce can. Light yellow. Mildly aromatic, with a bit of solvent and dirty fish tank along with grass, light grains and alcohol. The flavor is actually pretty unique but still rough, corny and grainy. There are only mild "off" flavors and this isnt quite as good as Olde English 800.
04-30-2006 03:20:52 | More by Crosling
2.5/5 rDev +53.4%
Since no day is a good day to subject myself to Malt Likkapalooza IX, this day is as bad as any other. For today's bout, this big silver can of Camo 900 will be going up against Lucky Number High Gravity Lager. Is it possible that Camo 900 High Gravity tastes different than Camo High Gravity, Camo Silver Ice and Camo Black Ice? Only an idiot would do a 4-way malt liquor comparison tasting. Hmmm...
Camo is urination yellow (if the hobo is dehydrated), with an off-white lid that is, by far, the better looking of the two. This stuff is actually beginning to deposit some lace on the upper reaches of the glass. Who put a good looking beer in my can of boozy malt liquor? This might be the best looking beer of this style that I've ever seen.
Neither one of the aromas is overly offensive. This one is sweet and corny, with a semi-pleasant floral fruitiness that none of its typical imbibers is likely to appreciate. No great shakes, but doable given what style we're dealing with.
Will wonders ever cease? I didn't think very highly of Camo Silver Ice (for good reason), but this stuff is drinkable if your expectations are in the correct place to start with. The flavor is as simple as a stone and isn't as... ahem... pleasant as the nose, but it ain't bad either. As always, being ice cold helps.
The body/mouthfeel is a bit lighter than the style average and has a 'just right' amount of carbonation. A soft fizziness hits and is then gone, allowing the beer to melt in the mouth with a smoothness (relatively speaking) that is unusual in a malt liquor.
Either 'Special Reserve' Camo 900 High Gravity Lager really is better than Camo Silver Ice or I'm in a malt liqor-receptive mood today. Scary thought. Anyway, Malt Likkapalooza IX wasn't even close. This stuff almost makes me want to go out and buy some brown paper bags.
02-17-2008 15:54:48 | More by BuckeyeNation
1/5 rDev -38.7%
The top of my can says "Special Reserve" ok who are they kidding, this is hands down a bottom of the barrel malt liquor. I cracked my can and poured an 8 ounce glass full because I needed to see straight into the eye of the evil hidden behind that aluminum can. Pours a dark yellow color with a thick head and constant heavy carbonation. The aroma is revolting, the mouthfeel makes me a little woozy, and the flavor is simply horrific. Overall this "strong lager, a.k.a. malt likka kikka is a tough sell for me, because even if I was looking to get a quick drunk on this beer (term used loosely) is tough to drink. Be afraid, be very afraid!
07-31-2008 18:37:05 | More by kinger
Camo 900 High Gravity Lager from Camo Brewing Company
59 out of 100 based on 15 ratings.