Coors Light - Coors Brewing Company
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1.78/5 rDev -11.4%
Presentation: "The Silver Bullet" -- 24oz "grande" silver can with wide-mouth pour. Bottled on date located at the bottom of the can.
Appearance: A crystal clear, bright pale yellow liquid with not much of a head at all. In fact, it's nearly still.
Smell: Some very faint fruits, touch of sulfur and weak tea-like hop in the aroma.
Taste: Quite sweet, dextrin-like with an odd fruit punch and watery banana sweetness flavour that makes it difficult to believe that this is purely a malt beverage. Paired with a tight carbonation, there's a hop bitterness that follows. It's mildly lemon-like in character and creates a semi-puckering dry snap. Metallic flavours pull thru with a slight grain dryness towards the end. Both linger on the palate for sometime and intensifies, especially as the beer warms.
Notes: Why bother?
05-07-2001 00:00:01 | More by Todd
2/5 rDev -0.5%
Poured from a 12 ounce bottle into a Shaker pint glass, "best by" date on bottle 10-27-14.
APPEARANCE: pours a clear, pale, light yellow color with less than one finger white head that dissipated quickly leaving a ring of small bubbles around the glass, there was almost no lacing on the glass, medium carbonation.
SMELL: flowery and sweet, not much else that I can detect.
TASTE: there is not much going on here, I can barely say this tastes like beer, some banana, almost no hop profile, in a word.....bland.
PALATE: it's fizzy, finishes dry and clean, light body.
OVERALL: Must remember to "respect beer" at this moment. This is a beer that would appeal to people on a diet who want to drink beer but do not necessarily like beer. It has a bland, weak taste that is in no way appealing to me.....at all. If you are fat and don't really like beer but just want to "fit in" then this is your beer.
09-02-2014 03:42:36 | More by HoppyBastard
2.4/5 rDev +19.4%
Straw yellow, crystal clear, small white fine bubbled head that reduces to a rim leaving little lacing, lots of fine carbonation
aroma is grainy, chalky, no hops, faint malt sweetness and a hint of sour, but mostly bland
Taste is mineral water, only a hint of grainy Pilsener malt, where are the hops? Not noticeable except for some restrained bitterness.
Heavily carbonated on a thin watery body, there is the mineral water experience again
This is a beer that like mineral water quenches the thirst without taste to speak of. There are no flaws to the brew, no off flavors, which is difficult to do in such a bland beer. As an engineer I admire this but as a beer lover I disdain this approach to beer. I am sure that I have never before rated a flawless beer that low
09-01-2014 15:12:30 | More by safaricook
2/5 rDev -0.5%
On tap. 100th beer style. Didn't really want to tick this style and especially not for #100, but I've gained some knowledge and can appreciate other beers much better now. We are very fortunate to have access to such variety. Here goes.
A: Pours a clear, ultra pale yellow which is even lighter than my piss. Initial 1/2" white head fades to nothing and leaves no lace.
N: Corn adjuncts, yeasty, malty, faint lemony citrus.
T: Follows nose with more of the same. Generally blech.
M: Light body and light carbonation. Finishes with that weird synthetic sweetness.
O: Not as bad as I thought this would be. Not a snob, it's just with so many other options out there it is amazing to me why people actually like this.
08-30-2014 22:21:37 | More by wethorseblanket
Coors Light from Coors Brewing Company
50 out of 100 based on 3,935 ratings.