I rather like the retro look of the can; kind of a throwback to the ’50s and ’60s. The beer inside is 4.81% alcohol by volume. Overall it’s reasonably priced—in the neighborhood of $7 for a 12-pack, similar to PBR (here in Oregon, at any rate).
Smell: Corn, hard water, fairly typical of the American Macro Lager style.
Taste: Corn-sweet on the tongue, with a fairly clean profile. Some light grassy notes and maybe a faint metallic taste. Otherwise, not much else going on.
Mouthfeel: Light-bodied, but not watery, fairly crisp and a bit effervescent.
Overall: Decent for an American Macro; thirst-quenching on a hot day.