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Carling O'Keefe

Carling O'Keefe

Rated 2.740 by BeerPals

Brewed by Molson Breweries

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Style:  Blonde Ale

5% Alcohol by Volume

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Carling O'Keefe flagship ale

ID: 67268 Last updated 9 months ago Added to database 4 years ago

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5
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Statistics

Overall Rank45380
Overall Percentile5.2
Style Rank1317 of 1388
Style Percentile5.1
Lowest Score2.1
Highest Score2.6
Average Score2.350
Weighted Score2.740
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • CHOPZ 5752 reviews
    rated 2.6 3 years ago

    Aroma: 6 | Appearance: 5 | Mouthfeel: 3 | Flavor: 6 | Overall: 6

    Originally rated December 2005, but on the wrong beer. Holy smacks ! I thought this one was long gone. I thought it was now the Old Vienna. Then, in a pizza store in Montreal, I see it. Finally, I have found it here, in Gatineau, Quebec. It does list on the label that it is 5% ABV. Pours a golden colour with a good foamy-cream head with heavy retention and nice lacing. The aromas are of malt and alcohol. Watery mouthfeel, quite crisp. The taste is malty and bitter with grain and slight corn finish. A decent ale that is refreshing with a bitter edge and malt winning over corn. The original brewery (O'Keefe) used to have a big share in the Quebec Nordiques... my favorite team. Bring 'em back !

  • PAULCARDOM 549 reviews
    rated 2.1 3 years ago

    Aroma: 4 | Appearance: 4 | Mouthfeel: 5 | Flavor: 4 | Overall: 4

    I first tried this beer when Carling was a standalone brewery and it wasn’t very good (but back then, ales were considered ‘old man beer’ so Export, 50, and O’Keefe were to be avoided). I recently tried the contemporary Molson version and was quite surprised as I felt that it had improved which I can’t say for the other Carling products that survived the merger. Let’s get to the basics. Colour is pale gold, head is white and thin. Aroma is corny and musty. Flavour is bland and corny. Hard to believe it was worse in the early 80s!

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