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Brewed By: Dixie Brewing Co. (Hand Family Companies)

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Average Rating:
5.42473

Number of Ratings: 372

Style: American Adjunct Lager

Brewed In: 2401 Tulane Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70119, USA

ABV: 4.60%

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Tasting Notes

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Bigern6656 profile pictureBigern6656 - February 7, 2015
Sarah said its a 3
Rad1cal profile pictureRad1cal - May 4, 2014
Odd mix of carbonation, malt, and sweetness. A little better than the Miller/Coors/Budweiser standard offerings but not significantly.
jjswizz profile picturejjswizz - March 23, 2014
Not a good aftertaste
festiv1030@yahoo.com profile picturefestiv1030@yahoo.com - December 29, 2013
Slow brewed. Blah blah blah. Still not good
Ern Dog profile pictureErn Dog - October 31, 2013
An American Lager brew, with a so so taste. A bit skunky, slight bitter flavor, but I expected more from this Louisiana beer. I recommend that no one should drink this with fine Cajun cuisine. Happy Halloween from sunny Southern California USA! 10/31/13
arand profile picturearand - September 8, 2013
Not to my liking. Drank half and dumped the rest in the toilet where it belongs.
Macbeth profile pictureMacbeth - July 8, 2013
Not great. Basic domestic beer
dwayne505 profile picturedwayne505 - June 16, 2013
On a hot muggy day filled with packing and moving boxes, this tastes pretty damn good!
aceshigh59 profile pictureaceshigh59 - March 17, 2013
Tastes like a bland domestic beer. No real character.
Jake G. profile pictureJake G. - September 28, 2012
Vanessa said it: "Nothing to write home about. Too carbonated. No head. Not the worst ever but not that great. Same level as coors or bud." It was a bit better than coors and bud though, a tad
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