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2.55/5 rDev 0%
look: 2.5 | smell: 2 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3
I've had Coors Light a few times in the past, and every time it was a one-beer-available situation, and was not enjoyable. Surprisingly though, until now I have never had their 'real' beer.
A: Pours a slightly burnt yellow color with a very fizzy head that lasts for about 10 seconds then fades away. Watery; doesn't stick to the glass at all.
S: Cooked vegetables, slightly metallic, kind of seltzer-y, if seltzer has a true smell.
T: Again, somewhat of a cooked vegetable taste with no real hop flavor, but the finish has a strong metal taste. This could possibly be from the can, but of all the beers I have had in an aluminum can, this one has the strongest flavor.It's almost like sucking on a coin. Even after about a minute, I can still taste the metal with the faintest hint of citrus pucker.
M: Very thin, almost light beer thin. Almost no stickiness after drinking. Gets bubbly easily.
D: Meh, if it's hot outside it might be refreshing, but it's not fantastic.
Of the big 3, this one would probably squeak into second place. Budweiser is fairly drinkable, this one is OK, Miller is just plain bad. But, that doesn't mean this one is good. It's not the worst beer I've ever had, but it isn't something I would go out of my way to drink.
Serving type: can
08-30-2010 00:51:20 | More by assmasterson
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