Keystone Light | Coors Brewing Company

BA SCORE
50
awful
1,966 Ratings
THE BROS
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Keystone LightKeystone Light
BEER INFO

Brewed by:
Coors Brewing Company
Colorado, United States
coors.com

Style: Light Lager

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 4.20%

Availability: Year-round

Notes / Commercial Description:
No notes at this time.

Added by BeerAdvocate on 10-25-2001

BEER STATS
Ratings:
1,966
Reviews:
479
Avg:
1.99
pDev:
36.68%
 
 
Wants:
20
Gots:
454
For Trade:
0
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Found at any local crap establishment. 1.99 for a 24.

A: Straw clear yellow, with a big head that lasts longer than i would have expected, perhaps i poured it too vigourously.

S: Frat party vomit. I mean... correction... slight pils malt, and really nothing else... vacant.

T: First notes of... i mean seriously keystone, come on help me out here, im trying to be fair... maybe rice, marshmallows, raisins, and pilsner malt. No hops exist. No yeast profile. Non dry sweet finish. Non skunky since it was from a can. It wasnt bad actually

M: Might as well be drinking water. Which is fine for the style, which i will grade as such.

O: I refuse to hate on this beer as others have, i tried my best, like a highschool teacher grading a student's regents, but i cant really say there is much to this beer besides being a frat house, beer pong swill. I give credit to keystone for brewing such a marketable, high selling beer. You must see that the reason this beer sells so well, is clearly not the taste, aroma, look or mouthfeel... its marketing, and easy drinking. You can give this beer to any college girl in america, and she'll probably drink it. Enough said, marketing campaign finished. Shameful but profitable. I cant respect it, but i can understand it.

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Keith Stone...the smoothest of beers. I gotta say, the first time I saw those commercials I laughed pretty hard. I also laughed pretty hard when I drank this, because its' so terrible. But I tied one on pretty good the other night and took noted on all the different beers I drank, so I could later review them!

A - Super pale yellow, almost transparent pour from the can into a mug. No head, no lacing, a lot of bubbles...probably going to be super-carbonated.

S - Metallic yeast. A combination of a bar floor and a machine shop

T - Nothing at all. Cold carbonated water with just a touch of yeast in there.

M - Finished nice and crisp, good level of carbonation makes it almost bearable.

O - Again, much like the other macros, good for a shotgun party, beer pong, frat house, etc. The commercials are still humorous.

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Keystone Light from Coors Brewing Company
1.99 out of 5 based on 1,966 ratings.
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