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#4 Review by PaulCardom from Stittsville, Ontario, Canada
Score: 2.4 | Aroma 5 | Appearance 5 | Mouthfeel 4 | Flavor 5 | Overall 5 |
After the Ice beer fad died down, we had the dry beer fad with the tagline ‘no aftertaste’. Personally it was only the cruddy North American macro beers that ever had much of an aftertaste, the Belgian beers available in the 80s didn’t have any (still don’t). Again, Moosehead Dry was just Moosehead Lager bottled under a different label with a supposedly higher ABV.
4/17/2018 2:17:14 AM |
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#3 Review by lenusik from Montreal (Verdun), Canada
Score: 3.5 | Aroma 7 | Appearance 7 | Mouthfeel 7 | Flavor 7 | Overall 7 |
This is quite possibly the best pale lager in Canada. It's a medium gold colour, clear, with a decent sized white head. The aroma is grainy malt, and weak floral hops. The flavour is grainy as well, with a decent bitter finish. A better than good Moosehead project.
11/7/2010 11:05:56 PM |
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#2 Review by myke from T-dot, Canada
Score: 4.4 | Aroma 8 | Appearance 8 | Mouthfeel 10 | Flavor 9 | Overall 9 |
wow. i always found the dry beer phenomenon just a passing fancy, but these guys know what they are doing. ironically, even though "dry" refers to the process, it had a dry mouthfeel and kind of a dry-smoke aftertaste. try this and the dry ice side-by-side. my fave "dry" beer of all time.
8/17/2005 4:22:00 PM |
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#1 Review by Chopz from Cantley, Canada
Score: 3 | Aroma 5 | Appearance 5 | Mouthfeel 6 | Flavor 7 | Overall 7 |
The first time I tried this one was like 10-13 years ago when I went to Edmonston, New Brunswick. All there was to do at night was to go to the bar, and pretty much all they had was Moosehead products. So I tried them all. And I remember liking this one the best. That was then, when I really did not drink much. Thanks to Buddybeer for this one, brought back from N.B. Pours a pale golden colour with a tiny head and no retention. No lacing too. Carbonation is composed of medium bubbles and is released from the bottom of the glass inconsistently. The nose is torn between sweet malt and grain malt. The mouthfeel is dry and refreshing. The taste is mostly grainy malt with a dry finish and a long grain aftertaste. Sweetness comes out as the beer warms up. Lets just say, if I could buy this beer here, I would buy it a lot for a summer cool-off brew.
8/8/2005 2:26:25 AM |
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