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Brewed By: Miller Brewing Co. / SABMiller

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Average Rating:
3.75179

Number of Ratings: 15044

Style: American Light Lager

Brewed In: Wisconsin, United States

ABV: 4.17%

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Tasting Notes

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doggy22 profile picturedoggy22 - October 8, 2013
This beer is nasty your drinking straight water
PabstDumpster profile picturePabstDumpster - September 12, 2013
Best thirst quencher.
Big Alsie profile pictureBig Alsie - September 7, 2013
Clean and light. Go to cheap beer.
james48gessner@gmail.com profile picturejames48gessner@gmail.com - September 2, 2013
Clean average macro Good if nothing else is available
IndiaPalePleasure profile pictureIndiaPalePleasure - September 1, 2013
It is almost as if you are drinking Keystone that has a stale, slimy finish. But they are easy to hammer.
Cobrasnake21 profile pictureCobrasnake21 - August 27, 2013
This beer flat out sucks for the price. What little flavor it has is skunky. Never a good or even mediocre choice... Terrible beer and I can't believe it is anyone daily drinker
cgiron profile picturecgiron - August 20, 2013
Crystal clear well-carbonated pale golden body w/ white head. Grass, biscuit, fruity ester nose leads to similar flavors & curiously corn. Light bodied, crisp but very watery.
One More Beer profile pictureOne More Beer - August 20, 2013
Never liked this lager
broski! profile picturebroski! - August 9, 2013
No.
davwilson@seic.com profile picturedavwilson@seic.com - August 3, 2013
Mass market party beer. I certainly don't complain when drinking it though it has be ice cold to maintain its level of refreshment. The distinction for me when comparing a great vs standard beer is it ability to taste good even when it has warmed a bit.
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