Appearance: Incredibly clear, the color resembles the hair of a young lady that I used to fancy on a hot summer day at the beach. These incoming memories may skew the results, but I will try to remain impartial. The head is thin and leaves quickly.
Smell: Quite malty and sweet. I’d liken it to a bowl of corn flakes sans milk.
Taste: Crisp, sweet, and smooth; the perfect North American pale lager. Little more needs to be said, so I won’t.
Overall: While Molson Canadian is by no standard the best beer on the market, it is by far the best American-style pale lager that I have had. If you are looking for a great draft beer on a hot Summer day or something to warm up on a football Saturday then go Molson. 70/100.
Up Next: Murphy’s Stout