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“This is My Beer Now”

Written on: 05/05/2018 by GunnerPrice (1 review written)

I got tired of the aftertaste of the Lager brews, and the price of the imports........started looking for a better alternative to the same old stuff. To my surprise I found Rolling Rock pale ale........price taste(lack of after taste) and the fact that I really appreciate the overall quality....open my fridge and you will find Rolling Rock for a true thirst quencher when you need it… Read Full Review

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“Finally found "my beer"! ”

Written on: 14/12/2016 by car_auctioneer (1 review written)

I'm 53 and live in Michigan where you can't swing a dead cat without hitting a microbrewery. Bell's, Founders, Dark Horse, Perrin, Atwater, you name it. Like many other states Michigan has a number of outstanding new breweries offering all manner of brewing styles. I'm 53 and therefore not a hipster but I got drawn into the whole craft beer craze and most recently started drinking a bunch of IPAs and other craft beer styles. But after months of drinking the stuff, mostly on tap, my stomach… Read Full Review

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“When Nothing Else Will Do”

Written on: 17/11/2016 by 260Vance (1 review written)

Growing up in Texas, me and my friends always opted for the same suds. Year after year after year........I finally broke from tradition just didn't seem to desire the same. I started searching for a more crisp clean tasting and refreshing replacement. After a few months of sampling beers that were uncommon choices around my home town, I came across this green Bottled beer with a painted on label. What I thought to be just a marketing ploy, I decided to give it a shot. After a few months of… Read Full Review

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“My go-to brew”

Written on: 19/06/2016 by HenryCee (1 review written)

Grew up in NJ, and, as others have said, nothing beat a cold, cold Rock after cutting the grass. I moved to CA and couldn't get it. When AB bought it it showed up on supermarket shelves as a budget-priced beer akin to PBR and Keystone. I bought and...same beer! Same taste! But at $8 for a 12 pack? I'm there! I'd pay more to drink it, but I finally got lucky- one of my favorite beers is cheap! My snooty peeps turn up their noses; good! More for me. You don't like Rock? Go buy a flippin' Stella… Read Full Review

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“Rolling Rock-great beer & memories from the old...”

Written on: 10/06/2016 by alexramsey (1 review written)

Growing up in Buffalo, New York when we'd be served in several east side bars by the time we were 16, (drinking age was 18 then), Molson Canadian,& Labatts were most poopular amongst my buddies-if a bar didn't carry or was out of Molsons, my next pick was Rolling Rock. I always preferred draft of any beer, but Rolling Rock then & now, is always priced very fair, (literally 1/2 the cost of Heineken),& in my opinion almost if not as good. Always refreshing, clear-true beer flavor, virtually no… Read Full Review

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“This is a great tasting alternative to the bitterness...”

Written on: 16/04/2010

This is a great tasting alternative to the bitterness of lagers. It's got a clean crisp taste and is more filling than your average light beer. This means fewer trips to the can and smaller swigs. Considering the slower pace it's easier to maintain a buzz without going overboard. I still find I get the runs but they are less bothersome/painful than I have experienced with many light beers. All in all I consider it a trade up from the light lagers I found myself chugging in front of the… Read Full Review

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“Classic Pale ale beer. Has history. A beer with a...”

Written on: 22/08/2008 by rollingrock6120 (1 review written)

Classic Pale ale beer. Has history. A beer with a kick in taste. Can't beat the 7 oz. nips, cold to last sip! Moderately priced. Good beer for good price. I prefer on tap in a bar. Long live Rolling Rock.

Enjoy the the fresh brewed rolling Rock for PA. Even after selling to the Busch family still ROCKS. Will continue to purchase. Is was it is a true Pale Ale. Refreshing to taste Buds! … Read Full Review

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“Rolling Rock is one of the better mass-market American...”

Written on: 15/09/2005 by haladir (12 reviews written)

Rolling Rock is one of the better mass-market American beers. Although billed as an "Extra Pale Ale," it's really an American Continental-style light lager. While not particularly interesting, Rolling Rock is light and refreshing, with a crisp bitter flavor with little hop aroma or character. An unpretentious, uncomplicated beer, it's perfect served ice cold on a hot summer day after working in the garden… Read Full Review

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“This is a crisp and tasty alternative to lager. Made...”

Written on: 03/08/2005 by simonhodgson (5 reviews written)

This is a crisp and tasty alternative to lager. Made famous by Mr De Niro and pals in the classic movie Deerhunter. You certainly can quaff a few of these without the worry of the harsh after taste that lager can sometimes provide. a good drink… Read Full Review

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“Rolling Rock is a fine extra pale ale. Now i realize...”

Written on: 19/11/2003 by cramplin (2 reviews written)

Rolling Rock is a fine extra pale ale. Now i realize some of y'all might not like pale ale's, so if that's the case, just stay away from this one.
This beer won't weigh you down, you can drink 8-10 of them and you wont even know it. (besides how drunk you are)
If your looking for a full beer that you want sip, and weigh you down, go drink a guiness. But it you want a pale ale you can slam down, or drink casually, and still tastes good, get Rolling Rock.
And like i said, it's one of Robert… Read Full Review

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Nodoubtfun's Response to cramplin's Review

Written on: 11/01/2004

Yea, Comes in a green bottle cause it really just looks like water. Way too weak for me. Takes about 15 to feel a good buzz. Taste like any light beer. Way too much water. It is alot better off a Keg. I don't know why but it seemed to have a better taste(Plus it was $5 all you can drink from the Kegs, Maybe that's why it taste better. But all beer tastes watery off a keg. but In bottles and cans I stay away from The Rolling Rock, But then again I drink Yuengling and Molson Lager. So if you're a light drinker or ale drinker you may like the R.R.

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