G.M. Gillman wrote:Rolling Rock: This was at lunch the other day, kind of why not. I was impressed with the perfect freshness and immaculate serving of the beer - clean lines - and glasses - mean a lot, Pickle Barrel gets it right.
Very nice for a refreshing drink, and it reminded me a lot of the bottled one from the 80's, i.e., I don't think it has changed for what it is worth. The only thing I'd change - given the style it is - is to lower the adjunct level. There is a touch too much IMO even for this kind of drink. But good in its way still with a balanced, pleasant flavour.
markaberrant wrote:Had my first ever pint of Rolling Rock a few months ago at new local pub with great scratch made food, but pitiful taplist. It was incredibly bland and tasteless, moreso than typical adjunct fare from Molson that i am more familiar with.
Oh yeah, this place had their "own" beer on tap, when i pressed the server for info, she sheepishly admitted it was just Labatt Blue.
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