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Brewed By: Anheuser-Busch, Inc.

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Average Rating:

Number of Ratings: 5877

Style: American Adjunct Lager

Brewed In: Missouri, United States

ABV: 5%

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Tasting Notes

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments. profile - September 2, 2013
Ok good for a fall back
Cobrasnake21 profile pictureCobrasnake21 - August 26, 2013
Ok beer, but not compared to what's available at same price or less
cgm88 profile picturecgm88 - August 24, 2013
Smooth, crisp, light with a good finish. profile - July 25, 2013
Good for what it is.
beer is my life profile picturebeer is my life - July 25, 2013
A very light bodied, well balanced beer. Subtle blend of malt, hops, and esters. Very few brewers could make a beer like this. Light bodied is not bad... too bad so many pseudo beer drinkers out there are under the illusion that more malt and more hoppy bitterness is necessarily better.
jarrettwdavis profile picturejarrettwdavis - July 15, 2013
Little better tasting piss water
someTNguy profile picturesomeTNguy - July 13, 2013
This was my first. It's gotta hold a special place right? Other than that all I can say is Pabst did it better
hopsterkidd profile picturehopsterkidd - July 8, 2013
Tastes like piss. awful beer made for sissies
bigdaddybrewboy profile picturebigdaddybrewboy - July 4, 2013
All American beer. The Marlboro Red of beer. Hair that will put beer on your chest. The shit that Quasimodo's mother drunk during her pregnancy.
Beer Bear profile pictureBeer Bear - June 13, 2013
Drinking instructions: 1- open can and listen to refreshingly crisp sound. 2- smell the acrid scent of a triple filtered can of thoroughbred urine. 3- pour over asphalt, concrete, or natural turf surface. 4- recycle can and be glad knowing that this beer was enjoyable for the purpose that you watered plants and got 5 cents back.
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