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Brewed By: Desnoes & Geddes Limited

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Number of Ratings: 10338

Style: American Adjunct Lager

Brewed In: 214 Spanish Town, PO Box 190, Kingston, 11, Jamaica

ABV: 4.70%

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Tasting Notes

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brewndruid profile picturebrewndruid - August 29, 2014
Not bad, would be a choice again if one of the other options was a BMC.
clipinski13 profile pictureclipinski13 - July 24, 2014
Not much character that sets this apart from any other standard issue beer. More of a Jamaican novelty rather than an enjoyable brew. profile - July 20, 2014
Good basic lager from Jamaica. No worries mon.... I tend to drink when I'm on vacation
acoopster88 profile pictureacoopster88 - July 7, 2014
Tastes like Corona. Maybe a little better, but not good profile - June 22, 2014
Just a good, average beer.
Dawgvet profile pictureDawgvet - June 8, 2014
Smelled like wet dog when I poured it. Has a weak taste. Not very pleasant
bobbyhickory profile picturebobbyhickory - April 5, 2014
As beer goes, this stuff is straight shit. As American adjunct lagers go, this is still shit. It tastes like it's made with corn and refined sugars and nothing else. Smells like subtle skunky beer. And I'm not a huge beer snob, I love Miller High Life and malt liquors as much as the next guy. But seriously this is garbage.
Trained2Survive profile pictureTrained2Survive - March 29, 2014
Good beer in the summer
staubach012 profile picturestaubach012 - March 26, 2014
Weak. Drink cold
railroadbill351 profile picturerailroadbill351 - March 13, 2014
Now known as "Jamaican Style Lager"...brewed in the old Rolling Rock brewery in Latrobe, PA...thankfully it still tastes like "Jamaican Lager"
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