When you hear the term “Crazy Stallion” you really can’t help but think about one of rock ’n’ roll’s all time most influential bands. I’m speaking of course of The Wyld Stallyns. I have it on good authority that The Wyld Stallions’ music will one day inspire a Utopian society. If that never happens at the very least The Wyld Stallyns inspired my younger brother and I to play air guitar and yell “Wyld Stallyns!” a lot. Hopefully Crazy Stallion Malt Liquor will inspire a similar reaction.
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After drinking a tallboy of Crazy Stallion I don’t see what the Indians were so upset about. The stuff’s pretty good. It’s not Cristal or anything, but I think it was well worth the buck and change I paid for it. It’s still malt liquor, but it’s one of the smoothest malt liquors I ever poured down my gullet. It tastes a little cheap but it doesn’t have any of the dreaded poo aftertaste you usually get with beers this cheap. It actually has a sweet flavor, kind of caramel apple-y. It’d be the perfect malt liquor to give out on Halloween. In my experience kids love malt liquor.
In my opinion the name change was a solid move. Crazy Horse makes me think of Neil Young’s backing band and let’s face it: Neil Young kind of sucks. He’s like a lame, Canadian (redundant I know) version of Bob Dylan. In other words it’s a terrible name for a great malt liquor. Crazy Stallion just makes me think of the The Wyld Stallyns, a superior band in every way. I guess that’s a pretty good way to end things, until next time be excellent to each other and party on, dudes!