Molson Coors Canada

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Molson Coors Canada
Ontario, Canada
American Adjunct Lager
Ranked #110
Ranked #28,641
2.95 | pDev: 26.1%
Jan 31, 2023
Oct 11, 2003
Bohemian lager has been refreshing drinkers for over 75 years with its smooth and easy drinking taste.
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Rated: 3.25 by Beergod420 from Michigan

Jan 31, 2023
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Reviewed by Rob011

5/5  rDev +69.5%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5
Molson didn’t lie when they gave this nectar three medals of excellence. Upon opening the 341ml bottle you witness to a crisp burst of glory in what sounds like a “pffsshhhttt”. Although this beer pours well in a glass leaving a couple fingers of pale foam due to its perfect amount of carbonation, it is better suited to drink straight from the bottle. A light bodied beer avoids a bloated feeling most beers are known to do, persuading you to return time after time to the fridge for another. The perfect beverage for any situation whether it be a baseball game, after hockey brews, or a night in the garage.

A case of 24 will run you about $30 making it a great bang for your buck.
Oct 07, 2019
Rated: 3 by Jotora from Canada (ON)

Jul 13, 2018
Rated: 3.16 by mistahmojoryan from Canada (SK)

Apr 24, 2018
Rated: 3 by fortyfield from Canada (ON)

Jan 19, 2016
Rated: 2.26 by al_al1357 from Canada (ON)

Nov 21, 2015
Rated: 2.75 by chuckgietzen from Michigan

Mar 19, 2015
Rated: 2.84 by misternebbie from Pennsylvania

Feb 02, 2015
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Rated by Cycle69 from Canada (ON)

2.05/5  rDev -30.5%
look: 1.75 | smell: 1.75 | taste: 2.25 | feel: 1.75 | overall: 2.25
Had this one with my in-laws at New Year's.
Jan 03, 2015
Rated: 2 by olradetbalder from Sweden

Nov 24, 2014
Rated: 2.5 by spycow from Illinois

Nov 01, 2014
Rated: 2.75 by wrightst from Maryland

Sep 13, 2014
Rated: 2.5 by Sellen from Connecticut

Jul 19, 2014
Rated: 2.75 by NickyDee21 from Pennsylvania

Jul 19, 2014
Rated: 3.25 by DarrenBrule from Canada (ON)

Jun 16, 2014
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Reviewed by thehyperduck from Canada (ON)

3.01/5  rDev +2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5
341 mL bottle pulled from a two-four picked up at the Beer Store; another one of those somewhat obscure macro lager labels that only seems to be available in that format (at least outside of SK, which is the only place I've ever seen anyone else actually buy the stuff). Served well-chilled.

This one pours a familiar, clear pale golden-yellow colour, topped at first with two fingers of soapy, fizzy white head that evaporates over the next minute or so. A thin cap and narrow collar remain, with little in the way of lacing left behind. Looks fine I suppose, but there's nothing favourable to report about the aroma. Typical adjunct lager tropes - corn husk, grainy pale malts and corn sugar. Not very inspiring, but it's not like I've had any other adjunct lagers that managed to draw me in with their pleasing, complex bouquet.

More of the same in the flavour. Corn is the most prominent facet, but to be honest it's so fizzy and watery that I can't really construe the flavour as being all that unpalatable. Other than the corn chip/syrup notes, grainy pale malts and a welcome bready flavour come through. I am not picking up any semblance of hop notes, with the sip finishing on a corn sugar-and-cardboard flavour. Quite light-bodied and watery, with a fizzy mouthfeel that is likely to contribute to bloat as the night goes on. There are a few things wrong with this brew, but in the grand scheme of things *I can drink this* and it's far from the worst thing Molson has ever plopped onto the shelves.

Final Grade: 3.03, a C grade. Molson's Bohemian is a drinkable lager when served ice cold, but I might as well leave it at that because there's not much else to say. This is a bland, tolerable regional lager along the lines of the venerable Old Style Pilsner, or perhaps OV or Brewhouse - boring lagers guaranteed not to frighten off macro drinkers, and probably capable of drawing in a few prairie transplants or others under the influence of nostalgia. But ultimately, this brew possesses no features capable of enticing your typical craft beer drinker, and its strongest suit is probably the price point - $30 for a 24 is about as cheap as it gets in this province. Boh is a justifiable choice as far as value brand beers go, but I still say Upper Canada is the best bang for your buck if you want a case of something fizzy and yella to drink all weekend.
Feb 02, 2014
Rated: 2.51 by ZachT from Canada (BC)

Oct 10, 2013
Rated: 2.25 by irishkyle21 from Canada (ON)

Sep 08, 2013
Rated: 2.25 by mpalestino from Pennsylvania

Aug 06, 2013
Bohemian from Molson Coors Canada
Beer rating: 72 out of 100 with 40 ratings