Anheuser World Select

Anheuser-Busch

USA

Input from ten brewmasters from around the world, yet when making a Pilsner it didn't occur to them to speak to a German Brewmaster? Well, despite all the global input they managed to come up with a very bland American beer. They can make it look like an import with the green bottle and they can price it like an import at around 6.99...but they failed to make it taste like an import. The Michelob line is still the best thing AB is producing.

Reviewed: December 13, 2003

Rating: 4/10

I hate to say it, but this isn't too bad. It reminded me of Becks, except this finished a little flatter, and the last inch of the bottle was a little funkier. Now comes the fun part....Anybody who buys this is out of their f-ing mind. Hear me? If you buy a sixer of this after reading my review, you're a complete tool. This tastes like Becks or Heineken. Not as good as Sam Adams. AND, it's more expensive at every single store where I've seen it. How do you justify that cost? They got ten of their brewmasters together and this is all they could come up with? How bad do they suck at their job? No thanks, Augie.

Reviewed: December 13, 2003

Rating: 4/10

Siiiighhhhh... It's official, I'm a tool. Steve warned me about this, but I saw it on the shelf in the liquor store, and on a whim, I picked up a sixer. At $7.59--gad! I also picked up six of Lone Star ($4.99). I got home, had a Lone Star, then later had a World Select. Then had another Lone Star to wash my mouth out. Sorry guys. This tastes like Michelob, with the skunky smell of Heineken added to make you think you're drinking European. I'm currently entertaining offers on five-sixths of a six pack. Any takers?

Reviewed: March 20, 2004

Rating: 1/10

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