As a beer enthusiast, I am obligated to sample the entire beer spectrum from abysmal piss waters to world class wonders. No beer should be turned away from a tasting, no matter how terrible you know it's going to be. After all, you never know when you're going to be pleasantly surprised. But in all honesty, sampling something new from Anheuser-Busch or MillerCoors has become more of a search for how bad it can actually get. And I'm here to tell you, I have found something quite worthy of placing beside Budweiser in Big Beer's race to the bottom. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Wild Blue Blueberry Lager.
Before I proceed, it always helps to reference my previous review of the self-proclaimed King of Beers:
Budweiser Review : Click Here
In the glass, Wild Blue Blueberry Lager looks like dark blue Kool-Aid. On the nose, I found little more than overly sugared fruit juice, like the kind you would find in kiddie box drinks. The mouthfeel is thin and unpleasantly sticky. It tastes like a syrupy blueberry juice concoction with no plan or direction. I was surprised to find that this swill has an 8% ABV because it's nowhere to be found (which I imagine is a plus to naive youngsters). I muscled through two sips before pouring the rest out. This revolting beverage would be shitty by a child's standards. I have found no words in the English language that appropriately describe this dreadful excuse for a beverage, so I decided to create my own.
Wild Blue is... vomitastical, repulsivile, abominasty, disgustoffensive.
Overall, this Anheuser-Busch turd dubbed Wild Blue Blueberry Lager is a disgusting and utterly undrinkable beverage. I'm amazed it even exists and that people are actually paid to market it. This horrid liquid has absolutely no redeemable value whatsoever. You would be better off mixing a crappy wine cooler with blueberry Kool-Aid.