Tuesday, September 30, 2008
'Steel Reserve is sold in single-serving 40 U.S. fluid ounces (1.183 L) bottles. It also is distributed in single-serving 24 U.S. fluid ounces (710 mL) cans (often referred to as "tall boys"), 22 U.S. fluid ounces (also commonly referred to as "deuce deuces")(651 mL) bottles, 16 U.S. fluid ounces (473 mL) cans in packs of four or six, and 12 U.S. fluid ounces (355 mL) cans in packs of six or twelve. The manufacturer describes the taste as "exceptionally smooth," however it may be said that its appeal lies in its attractive price, high alcohol content, and stylish packaging. Steel Reserve is commonly referred to as "Last Reserve", "Steel Rod", "Rod Job", "Steel Silver Rod", "Steel Black Rod", "Rodney", and also "The Skyscraper". -Wikipedia.org
This beer was recommended by a friend of mine with a laugh and now I see that he was trying to pull a prank on me. This isn't actually beer, its a beer scented all purpose cleaner. I might keep a few cans around to clean the stove in a pinch but there is no way I will ever, ever, ever drink one sip of this 'beverage' again. Jesus fucking Jones this is bad! I don't even know what to say, this beer tastes like a combination of spoiled malts, ethyl alcohol and distilled rat bladder. I choked one of these monsters down but I feel as if two would have made me violently ill. Blecchhhhhhhhhh!
Musical Pairing: Buck Cherry- Black Butterfly (the worst rated album on allmusic by the worst band I could think of)