Smells sweet and corny. Some malt, and definitely stuff other than malt. Slight bit o funk.
Taste is pretty generic adjunct beer. It's smooth with no hops whatsoever. Very bready and yeasty. It's pretty much like what I'd imagine liquid Wonderbread would taste like. Touch of honey too.
Actually, it's not bad. Not great but not bad. It's not a craft beer. I'd definitely take Labatts over it and maybe Bud but I wouldn't say no if it was cheap. Tastes like a pizza beer. A cold 12 pack of these and a lazy day fishing seems right. Maybe get a 12 pack, tie it to a raft and float down the river.
The Pabst Brewing Company "Interactive Marketing Associate" (which I assume is a fancy phrase for "putting up with my drunken, belligerent ass") Debbie helped me get a case of this after much failure on UPS' part. They had to have lost two cases of this stuff somewhere in the mail. I felt bad for Debbie who had to put up with me the entire time just to shut me up with a case of beer. Sorry Debbie for all the trouble but I'd like to think it was worth it. She told me that the price point for a twelver is roughly $7.49 -$7.99. I've seen testimonies online stating that they got a twelver for about $6.99 or cheaper. For anywhere from $.66 to $.50 for a beer, this is a stellar deal. If it's around, this is an excellent cheap beer. Lots better than Mickeys.