RATINGS: 189   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.7/5   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
The East Coast Lager is an easy drinking “golden” lager with a wonderful balance of crisp malt flavors and flowery hop finish. Built specifically with very low bitter aftertaste, the aroma is as clean as the taste. A difficult beer to brew because of the gentleness… this beer is magnificent!

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badwhale (420) - Bitterville, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 14, 2012
Bottle to glass mug. Pours a clear yellow with a moderate white head. Lots of effervescence, and a scent of lemon. Has a pretty bland mouthfeel / taste. Malty notes, and pretty bland. Not offensive...just....there.

rman18 (312) - Caldwell, New Jersey, USA - APR 5, 2013
Not as bad as some of the reviews would show. It is a basic american lager with a little bit of hops. Nothing great but not bad.

Veeve (312) - Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA - DEC 20, 2005
not sure why this one got such low ratings from others. pours out of the bottle a clear golden-yellow hue complimented with mellow bubbles. a frothy, white head dissipates quickly to a minimal cover. aromas are subtle - roasted malts, hops, florals and citrus. flavors are equally well balanced and include sweet hops, coffee beans, florals, lemon and honey. slightly bitter during with a sweet finish - almost like dough sprinkled with brown sugar. medium-bodied, medium-carbonation. goes great with light fare and sweet treats.

eelbasher (285) - New Jersey, USA - APR 11, 2013
Bottle. Pours light golden with little to no head. Aromas of grain, old socks, and light floral notes. The flavor is much of the same but with a odd finish. Ehhhh not feeling this at all.....here ya go drain!

kevin62 (267) - New Jersey, USA - APR 10, 2007
Had this on draft recently-poured a golden color with a small white head.Aromas were of some floral hops and also some toasted malts.These were also reflected somewhat in the taste as well as some caramel and bread.This is an easy drinking New Jersey Lager,not too bad.

iratherbe (255) - Marlton, New Jersey, USA - MAY 22, 2004
Brewed by my friends babysitters parents. Kinda a 6th degrees of Kevin Bacon thing so I wanted to rate it higher. Thin, starts more than OK yet doesn’t fully deliver anything particular worth noting. Better than the Ameican standards and cool to support anyone local.

lcwakshul (244) - Chester, Maryland, USA - JUN 25, 2011
12 oz. bottle in a shaker. Thin golden pour with small head. Grassy, citrus aroma. Spicy hop flavor, with a mildly sweet finish. More enjoyable than your standard macro, but not by much.

Phatz (225) - Paradise, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 6, 2006
Unfortunately this was a low point of the Stoudt’s Microbrew Fest for me. I found this to be a sour lager with really no discernable flavors other than a boring wimpy malt and sour aftertaste. It is not an appalling beer just not exciting either. The mouthfeel is nice and smooth but with out any taste what good is mouthfeel. I’ll give this beer another shot but I poured out my last swig to replace it with something that had more substance. Hope this is helpful. Cheers!

HoppityHop (206) - New Jersey, USA - JAN 27, 2007
This is an easy to drink, well balanced, clean and smooth lager. More malty than bitter, the crisp carbonation keeps everything enjoyable. Perfect for a few on a warm summer’s day. Gentlemen, start your (lawnmower) engines!

dredmond (179) - Long Island, New York, USA - AUG 31, 2013
drank last day of August out east on LI, 12 fl oz brown bottle in a beer koozie, slight sample of aroma, definitely deserves to be poured into a pint glass if available, lingers on your palette, solid lager ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

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