Appearance: Very pale yellow with a bubbly white lace that has decent retention.
Smell: Extremely clean in the nose with hints of cooked cereal and a touch of grain.
Taste: Very smooth with a light body, crisp in the mouth with a light, yet sharp hop bitterness.
Thin malt coats the tastebuds as well as a cereal taste.
Not much in the finish. Very clean with virtually nothing for residual flavors.
Notes: Very drinkable with no surprises. Michelob could be described overall as another average beer (but not the worst there is),
yet it is a good selection when crunched for cash.