In order for this night to work, we had to inter splice the crap beer with some slightly-better-than-crap beer. Our third beer of the night was Old Milwaukee, which isn’t that bad, but still fits the criteria for cheap beer night.
On to number 4, which is probably the cheapest, cost wise, beer we tried. Ringing in at an astonishing $2 for a 473 ml can, the old adage “you get what you pay for” comes to mind.
I’m not even going to describe what it looked like or smelled like. You can assume it was beer coloured and smelled like ass. I will describe the taste though.
Remember, back in the day, when you could order one of those fridge u-brew keg things from the late night infomercials? The one between the Ronco Food Dehydrator and GLH #5. I had some beer out of one of those once. My “friend” said…Hey, I have this new beer my dad brewed, you should try it. It was one of the most disgusting things I’ve ever had in my mouth, and I’ve had Haggis!
Laker Lager is right up there with that. It was the worst thing that I had had all night…..but it was still early, so the crown is still up for grabs.