Drink Spring Blonde Wheat Ale, Molson Canadian, Carlsberg Beer

Blue Moon Spring Blonde Wheat Ale, Molson Canadian, Carlsberg Beer

Relevant Links:
Blue Moon (beer) (Wikipedia.org)
Blue Moon Website MM DD YYYY State
Molson Canadian Website MM DD YYYY State
Molson Canadian (BeerAdvocate.com)
Molson Canadian (Wikipedia.org)
Molson (Wikipedia.org)
Carlsberg Website Country Day Month Year
Carlsberg Group (Wikipedia.org)

I wrote "Blue Moon Spring Blonde Wheat Ale. Poured into glass. Not bad but nothing special either."

For some reason, I don't have a note of my impression of Molson Canadian or Carlsberg. I sort of remember thinking the Molson Canadian was pretty flavorless and watery, though I might have been influenced by other people's impression of the beer as well. Regardless, I certainly don't have a positive lingering impression of the beer and probably wouldn't try it again. The beer is categorized on BeerAdvocate.com as an American Adjunct Lager. Beers I've had on BA's top American Adjunct Lager list are Red Stripe Jamaican Lager (Rank 33), Simpler Times Lager (Rank 39), and National Bohemian Beer (Rank 40).

I faintly remember that the Carlsberg wasn't as plain as the Molson Canadian, but at the same time, I would be hesitant to try it again. Perhaps I would be most open to tasting someone else's Molson Canadian or Carlsberg Beer.

Website Information:
New for 2011!
Spring Blonde Wheat Ale
Available January-April
-Light-bodied ale crafted with lemon and orange peel and white wheat
-A refreshing taste with a crisp, citrus finish, the perfect accompaniment to that first glorious patio day of the season
-Pairs well with seasonal salads and fruit sorbets
A splash of sunshine in a glass!
Hints of orange + lemon.

Website Information: (The U.K. Website)
Carlsberg is light, easy drinking and refreshing. The all malt recipe and Carlsberg yeast strain gives a balance between body and depth of flavour, making Carlsberg the ideal choice for any occasion.

Carlsberg is a Pilsner style lager originating from Copenhagen, Denmark. J.C Jacobsen, our founder, brewed Denmark's first ever pint using a yeast that became the basis for many modern-day imitations. In fact, almost all modern-day lagers are derived from the original yeast, Saccharomyces Carlsbergensis, used to brew Carlsberg.

Enjoy the perfect pint of Carlsberg at home or in the pub! Carlsberg is available in bottles, cans and on draught. Or if you prefer your pint extra cold Carlsberg Extra Cold is also available on draught.

Always enjoy Carlsberg responsibly

Typical values per 100ml

Alc. vol %: 3.8
Energy: 32 kcal
Carbohydrate: 2.0 g
Fat: Trace
Fibre: Nil

Carlsberg Export
Carlsberg Export is a clean tasting, premium lager with continental characteristics.

Carlsberg Export is a premium strength lager, 5% ABV, with a refined and satisfying taste. Brewed to the original Danish recipe, it has deep malty notes and a distinct bitterness that generate a full flavoured beer.

Carlsberg Export is available in cans, bottles and on draught. If you enjoy your premium beer chilled, then the perfect choice is Carlsberg Export Extra Cold, available on draught and served a few degrees colder than standard lagers. Carlsberg Export was the first leading premium lager to be available in Extra Cold and has been perfected to keep you cool on a hot summers day or when watching a closely fought football match.

Always enjoy Carlsberg Export responsibly

Typical values per 100ml

Alc. vol%: 5.0
Energy: 42 kcal
Carbohydrate: 2.8 g
Fat: Trace
Fibre: Nil

Website Information: (The Canadian Website)
Barley to malt and the aroma hop.
Danish barley was destined to become the essential ingredient in our beer. Harvested, quality checked, and cared for, the resulting malt is the essence and importantly, the only grain used to make Carlsberg premium quality malt beer.

Hops provide the spice in beer and the hop plant is grown solely for its use in brewing. Only the unseeded cone of the female plant is used in making Carlsberg’s aroma hop—and this is what provides the deliciously distinctive fruity and flowery taste of Carlsberg.

How It's Made:
The Carlsberg experience.
Without good yeast, you don’t get a great beer—and Carlsberg’s is exceptional. In the late 1800s the head of the Carlsberg Brewing laboratory, Emil Christian Hansen, pioneered a groundbreaking method for propagating pure yeast. His discovery, and the resulting yeast, aptly named “Saccharomyces Carlsbergensis”, would revolutionize the brewing industry. In fact, his innovations were so important that Carlsberg chose to share the results with the world. To this day, whenever and wherever you enjoy a lager, there’s probably a little Carlsberg in it.

When it comes to bringing the beer to you, the unique taste of Carlsberg is just too complex to be measured by machinery. That’s why we regularly have specially trained Carlsberg staff taste and approve samples from various breweries through blindfold testing. We know that there is no substitute for real taste buds.

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