After i finished the Extra Dry and Golden Champale, I figure, lets just get the last one of out of the way. The clerk at the store seemed surprised that they even carried it. I should have took that as a sign. Luckily the previous 2 Champale’s gave me enough courage to try it anyway.
This one however, tasted nothing like it’s brothers. The best way i can describe Red Berry Champale is if you took Cherry Koolaid and mixed with tonic water and beer. I choke down half of it and throw it the rest in the fridge. The next night, after drinking a Miller High Life, the laziness takes control and I finish the Red Berry out of pure boredom.
Toad’s ghetto beer review opinion? I give Champagne Red Berry a 3 hairpicks out of 10. This was horrible. It really didn’t even feel like I was drinking anything in the beer family. This is one step above Zima and 6 steps behind everything else.
Ugh, after polishing off the Champale Extra Dry, I run through rain, jump in my car and drive back to the Circle K. A new clerk was working this shift, it being 2-3 hours later. I walk to the cooler and decide that since I already tried one Champale, I might as well try them all tonight. I grab a Golden Champale and a Red Berry Champale and figure this should do me good for the rest of the evening.
I get home, forgo the regular chilling, and crack it open. It tasted a lot like the Extra Dry but with a less tonic watery taste. It tasted more like beer. Ian describes Golden Champale as crisp and dry, like a sweet apple. I however didn’t think it tasted anything like a apple. It tasted like just about any other malt beverage, nothing really special.
Toad’s ghetto beer review opinion? I give Champagne Golden a 8 hairpicks out of 10. This was pretty good for being considered a “lesser beer”. I could actually see myself buying this if i was in a mood for it. If i was in the mood for it again.
8 hairpicks out of 10
With the return of the Ghetto Beer reviews, i chose Champale Extra Dry. I think. Anyway, i roll up into my local Circle K, with rap music “bumping” and grab a 40 of Champagne Extra Dry. I was walking up to the counter, pondering the label “extra dry”, thought about asking the black clerk what it meant, then decided against it.
Now taking my knowledge gained from the previous ghetto beer challenges, i threw the forty in the freezer to chill it down to my cracker ass tolerance. I crack it open and take a sip. It kinda tasted like beer but it had like a crackle to it. Like the way Zima or any of those other fag beers kinda tastes. I want to say minty but it has more like a tonic water kinda tingle to it. The buzz is, well, typical of a domestic beer, kinda disappointing actually. The taste is cool, like if you’re in the mood for beer but sick of just the normal beer taste.
Toad’s ghetto beer review opinion? I give Champagne Extra Dry a 6 hairpicks out of 10. Like it tastes good and everything, but i don’t have that “I want to commit a drive by or sell narcotics feel” that i was expecting from a quality ghetto beer.
6 hairpicks out of 10
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