A good old Wisconsin lager, far better in taste than its neighbors Miller, Old Style and Pabst. This beer is dark gold in color, amberish, with a light malty texture and lemon background, the kind of beer you keep on-hand throughout the warmer months. I don't think I'd spend the money on this as a party beer, but definitely worth drinking regularly in more moderate amounts.
Reviewed: December 20, 2003
You know, I thought Cousin Brucie was dead. If you have no idea who he is, pretend you do. Me and the little missus was watching PBS, because they had this disco thing on, and Cousin Brucie was one of the hosts. Unfortunately, PBS was in one of their sweeps periods (when aren't they, though?), and so after two songs (by the original artists, I might add) they'd beg for money. A half hour later, two more songs. So I grabbed this beer from the fridge, and it truly made the begging bearable. Seriously, it's a great beer.
Reviewed: November 26, 2005