Friday, May 9, 2014

Rolling Rock Premium Beer Extra Pale

Some people say that in this country Lager is a bad word, due to beers like Bud, Miller, Coors, and etc. for it lack of good taste. But most people do find them good, because people buy them. There beers are what are known as adjunct lager, which means a beer brewed with some ingredients like corn or rice. Most American adjunct lagers are brewed with corn. The corn tends to add a little bit of sweetness, but nothing overwhelming. Adjuncts tend to have low alcohol, thin malts, and are pale and fizzy. Here we have Rolling Rock Premium Beer Extra Pale, or know as Just Rolling Rock, 4.4% ABV. Rolling Rock is a pale adjunct lager. Rolling Rock pours a light yellow color with a one finger thin white head that fades super quick within seconds. I could see all the way through the glass with lots of fast carbonation bubbles race to the top. The aroma on Rolling Rock is tiny bit sweet with a slight, faint metallic scent.  I did find an aroma of light corn that was like some sort of creamed corn. Rolling Rock has a light sweet plane effervescent taste, with hints of flat malts that are barely there. I also got a slight wet cardboard taste with something metallic.  The flavors on this aren’t very strong; they all seem to be light and almost flat and a bit watery. The mouth feel is very light, watery even.  Rolling Rock has boring flat watery finish with not much of an after taste except for a slight corn sweetness that isn’t a sweetness that liked. Over all this is very boring and not so great I did not like this very much, so this beer gets a D+. In my opinion you could almost drink this beer and not really know that you were drinking a beer. As a whole I find that adjunct lagers aren’t such a great style of beer. Rolling Rock would have to do a whole lot to make this a great beer. So go out and try Rolling Rock Premium Beer Extra Pale for yourself and see what you think of it. Cheers! Please enjoy responsibly!

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