Milwaukee’s Best is (anecdotally) a decent beer in the American Macro style, better than many of the others. Unfortunately I didn’t get a hold of any to review this week; it’s only sold (at minimum) by the half-case and I was only buying singles. On the other hand, Milwaukee’s Best Ice was available in the 24-ounce can size, so that’s what I ended up with.
It’s brewed by Miller and has the magic 5.9% alcohol content that most of these American "Ice" beers seem to have.
Appearance: Amazingly dense and creamy head compared to all the rest… it sits over a clear golden color.
Smell: Very "beer"—grains, husks, a sweet note. Very mild.
Taste: Cold beer. Muted sweet corn/barley note, slightly bitter but appropriately so for the style. Probably the most on-target of the beers I’ve had this week.
Mouthfeel: Crisp, a slight bite, more body than a non-Ice but still light.
Overall: Entirely decent which is surprising—I don’t expect much from "Ice" beers. This one’s worth drinking again.
On BeerAdvocate, it scores an overall grade of D+. On RateBeer, it scores 1.22 out of 5 and is in their 0 percentile.