Picked this up a few months ago in Fort Stockton, Texas on my way home from the left coast. Never had anything from 903 before and this was on par with the label as it was a fun take on the style that wasn't cheap or gimmicky. Indeed, it deserved it's ranking on here among Light Lagers!
No surprise that this poured a bright gold as plenty of radiance came through it when held up to the light. Enough frothy head topped this off as it was never even and settled relatively quickly. Only a few dots that formed a faint ring remained as the suds slid down the side of my pint glass after every sip. Floral and corn tortilla notes were on the nose as the taste also had some grain, and light citrus to round out the flavor profile. Nicely balanced and lightly carbonated, this was a good take on the style that was easy to enjoy - even during our latest heat wave in these parts.
No date was printed on the bottom of the can as the artful label was on par with the liquid inside of the can. This was a great Light Lager that could win someone over to the style, as it would pair well with any Tex-Mex dish. Glad I picked this up!
Pours a slight hazy yellow color. The head is white with very little retention and no lacing.
The smell has a hint of lemon and faint grains in the back.
The taste somewhat sour and the grains push though and the back once again.
The mouth feel is clean and crip with a nice carbonation bite.