Molson Canadian 67 Session IPA
Molson Coors Canada

Molson Canadian 67 Session IPAMolson Canadian 67 Session IPA
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Molson Coors Canada
Ontario, Canada
American IPA
3.01 | pDev: 19.6%
Jul 13, 2018
Dec 17, 2015
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Reviewed by Bitburger from Vermont

4.35/5  rDev +44.5%
look: 2.75 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5
Best summer beer in my opinion. 3% alc. The ideal beer for the sailing boat or the beach. Not to high carbonated and a good taste. Slight mosaic hops in the back, very slight bitterness. Much better than Coors or bud light. Cheers!
Jul 13, 2018
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Reviewed by TerryW from Canada (ON)

2.07/5  rDev -31.2%
look: 3.75 | smell: 2.25 | taste: 1.75 | feel: 2 | overall: 2
So it's been a while since I laid down a drain pour, but this is one of those. Looks like beer, tea coloured, nice head that settles to a persistent cap, lost of bubble action. But, all the goodness ends there. Doughy and chemically on the nose a d palate. Unpleasant go taste. Thinbodied. Ew.
Apr 22, 2017
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Reviewed by VbolieuV from Canada (QC)

3.18/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3
Clean looking amber beer with a small off-white head.

Surprisingly good smell of hops and tropical fruits.

In the mouth though there's a little bit of this fruity taste but not much. absolutely no bitterness.

Bad mouth feel, not enough carbonation.
Aug 30, 2016
Rated: 3.57 by Boo-urns from Canada (ON)

Aug 20, 2016
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Reviewed by Phyl21ca from Canada (QC)

2.52/5  rDev -16.3%
look: 2.75 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 2.5
Can: Poured a light golden color ale with a small foamy head. Aroma of light dry hoppy notes with some residual sugar notes. Taste is a mix of light cereal notes with some dry hoppy notes and some light residual sugar notes. Body is light with medium carbonation. A bit short on taste.
Jul 14, 2016
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Reviewed by Svingjo from Canada (BC)

3.26/5  rDev +8.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 3
Pours a rich amber colour with a thin pure white head that starts off comprised of large bubbles but quick dissipates into a thin coating over the liquid. When I first poured it I could immediately detect some sweet malts and caramel and light citrus hop. However when continued to try and detect more in the nose I found not much more and even those initial smells disappear to almost nothing. The taste is almost none existent. A bit of malt and a more earthy hop flavour maybe. Much like the nose it was there on my first sip but barely perceivable after that. There is a bit of lingering bitterness in the end. The mouthfeel is light and by light I mean just above water like, with an fairly mild carbonation. It's better than the regular Canadian 67 but just by a hair. Can't see myself drinking a lot of this.
Apr 13, 2016
Rated: 3 by Pmicdee from Canada (ON)

Apr 09, 2016
Rated: 2.5 by deonreds from New York

Apr 02, 2016
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Reviewed by DaveBar from Canada (ON)

3.52/5  rDev +16.9%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.5
Purchased at the LCBO for around the $2.50 mark for a 473ml can. Served at 4deg C in a draught glass

A- Opens well and pours a 2" high white head that lasts for 3-4mins before film out. Nice dark gold colour and filtered clear

S- Not a lot here at all

T- Next to no hops. Malt is there and it is a flavorful extra light brew, for an extra light brew. Very light body to say the least. Obvious extra light brew.

M- Watery

O- Good super hot summer day brew. Light on alcohol so you can just pound them without worry of getting to wrecked in the summer sun.

Food Pairing

This very brew will go well with......... Summer BBQ of hot dogs!

Mar 25, 2016
Rated: 2.5 by Socialiste from Canada (QC)

Feb 28, 2016
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Reviewed by biboergosum from Canada (AB)

2.78/5  rDev -7.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.75
341ml bottle - how can Molson Canadian 67, a (very) light lager, suddenly be any sort of India Pale ALE - riddle me that, muthafuckers!

This beer pours a clear, pale bronzed amber colour (wait, whut?), with three fingers of puffy, finely foamy, and even a little creamy off-white head, which leaves some minor disintegrating iceshelf lace in places around the glass as it quickly sinks away.

It smells of gritty, grainy, and slightly watered-down caramel, um, something (ok, Rickard's Red and seltzer water), weird dark orchard fruit notes, a surprising, but still muddled generic citrus bitterness, subtle musty yeast notes, and some further earthy and leafy hoppiness. The taste is thin grainy and bready pale malt, the ghost of caramel that might once have been, ethereal and neutered citrus and pome fruity esters, a slight hard water flintiness, and more ephemeral leafy and weedy green hop 'bitters'.

The carbonation is quite moderated in its fizzy and sometimes frothy measures, the body medium-light in weight, even for the purported sub-style, and smooth, I suppose, again via a certain committee-based ethos. It finishes a twinge off-dry, the now depleted malt giving it one last gasp, and the morass of underwhelming hops still bumping heads like kids without helmets.

Well, I gotta say, I almost jumped out of my seat when I poured this thing - actual caramel colour coming from a bottle with that sort of label is just incongruous to my long-addled brain stem. Add to that a basically plain and certainly gateway-friendly aroma, and I started to doubt any of my actual convictions. But then, the world came back into focus, and the bottom fell out of this farce - yeah, Molson tried here, but only enough to present it correctly - the rest of it is still corporate-standard bullshit.
Jan 16, 2016
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Reviewed by thehyperduck from Canada (ON)

2.84/5  rDev -5.6%
look: 2.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 2 | overall: 2.75
Tallboy can from TBS; packaged Nov 21 2015 (that is, assuming I remember how to read Molson's code-dating correctly). Served ice cold.

Pours a clear copper-amber colour, generating one finger of fizzy, short-lived, bone white-coloured head. It lasts for 60 seconds or so, only leaving behind a thin collar and a few wisps on the surface. I find that most Molson faux-craft products are rather visually attractive, but (other than the colour) this brew doesn't really manage to capture the look of an IPA. The nose is a little more on point - lemon rind and grapefruit skin are noticeable, with hints of melon and maybe some caramel sweetness. Smells better than I was expecting, actually.

For a macro attempt, this is at least a halfway serviceable session IPA. The backbone is bland and a little corny - grainy malt sweetness and a hint of wheat come through. Subdued Sorachi Ace and Mosaic hop flavours round off the back end, imparting flavours of lemony citrus, tropical fruit and grassy, floral astringency. Very thin, fizzy mouthfeel; like their other Molson 67-branded beers, this one basically has the consistency of club soda, due to the aggressive carbonation levels, which leave me feeling a bit bloated. Drinkable, sure, and refreshing, I guess, but still not a very good example of this pseudo-style.

Final Grade: 2.84, a C grade. Molson Canadian 67 Session IPA isn't awful, but even for a 3% beer the flavours are very watered-down. If you're looking for a flavourful session IPA, you'll definitely want to start elsewhere, and frankly the price - despite being cheaper than nearly all of the craft-brewed APAs and IPAs you'll find in this province - isn't much of a selling point either, because the abv is so low (and the quality is still below average). A few calorie-conscious drinkers might be swayed, but most beer geeks will be left underwhelmed, IMO.
Dec 25, 2015
Molson Canadian 67 Session IPA from Molson Coors Canada
Beer rating: 78 out of 100 with 12 ratings