Coors Light

After working a 12 hour dispatching shift (how I love overtime), the next logical thing to do was go to the bar to watch the Yankees game with Joe and down a beer or two. Due to wonderful selection at the bar and the fact that I have to be up at 5:30 tomorrow, I chose a macro to do a review on. Speaking of baseball, the Phils won, which is great. I love early baseball because all these crazy teams start doing well and then later implode with injuries and such. Like, Cleveland is leading the AL Central at 6-2. We know that’s not going to last…although it doesn’t look like a very strong division. And Tampa Bay and Boston have only won 1 game so far. I bet no one saw that coming. Anyways, onto the swill for the night.

ABV: 4.2%

Style: Light Lager

Trivia: According to wikipedia, “Coors Light is a light beer produced by the Coors Brewing Company. It was first produced in 1978. The beer has a ‘Cold Certified’ label which turns the mountains on the label from white to blue when the beer’s temperature is lowered to 4 degrees Celsius (39 degrees Fahrenheit).”

Random: I love that Beer Advocate has no top examples for light lager…somehow I don’t think this is a coincidence.

Yes, I’m reviewing Coors Light. I know, I know. The beer poured with a one finger white head that dissipated quickly, leaving no lacing on the glass. The body was a straw yellow color with moderate visible carbonation. On the nose, there was a bit of corn and metal and not much else. On the taste, this was boring. A bit of fizz and corn, not much else. It goes down like water. I would only have this if I had to. The finish is quick and unremarkable. And as a side note, I have no idea why they couldn’t just give this to me in a pint glass.

Untappd Rating: 2.0/5.0

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