Coors Light Iced T: T Time

This light, flavoured adjunct lager from Molson Coors Canada pours a light pencil yellow colour with a moderate soapy white head that burns off within a couple of minutes, leaving a string of a collar behind without any lacing. Coors Light Iced T actually smells kind of nice. There are aromas of lemongrass, green tea and ginger ale, with light grain and honey accents.

Coors Light Iced T
They Should Call This the Copper Bullet

Coors Light Iced T has a very refreshing taste made up of sharp lemon and dry tea flavours. It has more in common with a lemon-flavoured ginger ale than anything resembling beer, though it’s far less sweet than I had expected. The beer has a very thin mouthfeel with a moderate amount of carbonation. There is a bright pop on the tongue, with an ever so slight oiliness. The finish is scantily malty, mildly dry and the aftertaste leaves a lingering lemon flavour.

Rolling Rock Extra Pale: Gathers Some Moss

Rolling Rock Extra Pale from Anheuser-Busch InBev pours an all-too-familiar pale straw yellow colour with a sizable white head that burns off in a few minutes leaving a film and sparse lacing behind. This beer smells of corn syrup and some kind of metallic or plastic aroma. I also get a wet grain smell as well as a slight ester-like quality.

Rolling Rock Extra Pale
This Classic Craft Beer Brand was Re-Introduced by Anheuser-Busch InBev

After a nice crisp start, I get a sweet, toasted malt taste from Rolling Rock Extra Pale. The beer is oddly sour in the aftertaste before going dry. This certainly is an easy-drinking brew. It’s light-bodied with a medium-high carbonation and a sort of earthy note in the finish.