RATINGS: 657   WEIGHTED AVG: 1.79/5   EST. CALORIES: 140   ABV: 4.65%
Lone Star Beer uses the finest hops from the Pacific Northwest with hearty grains from the Central and Northern Plains. Malted barley and corn extract combine to provide Lone Star with nature’s finest ingredients for brewing. Lone Star’s ingredients give this beer its full natural flavor. The choicest hops lend complexity and aroma to this beer, and its proprietary mashing regimen creates the perfect balance of alcohol, body, and character.

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   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 10/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 19/20
Radiation4 (6) - san antonio, Texas, USA - JUL 23, 2001
Being from texas, maybe I'm a little biased, but I think this is the best beer you can buy. It's much better than bud, coors, miller ect and yet it's still cheaper. A great beer overall and well worth the drive to texas!

apopielarz (35) - - OCT 8, 2017
Bottle on San Antonio river walk. Great atmosphere made this typical American lager more enjoyable... ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

tmoreau (4579) - Lombard, Illinois, USA - SEP 1, 2017
12 oz. bottle poured to a shaker at the Silverado Grill in Elmhurst, IL., showing a clear, golden color, an average layer of soft white head foam, and some wavy lacing. The nose was light lager scent, light grain, corn, subtle sweetness, and some hints of grass & greenery. The taste was somewhat similar notes, light+ bodied, with average carbonation that exuded a hint of sulfur, fair texture that became a little thin & watery, and modest, earthy bitterness, resulting in a rather bland flavor profile. A former Pabst fan from "the good ole days", and still not a bad hydrator when the choice is limited,...like today! Thought I'd give this a try with food since Texas has been in the news so much of late. I know,... not produced in Texas!

Grumbo (3720) - Ipswich, Suffolk, ENGLAND - AUG 23, 2017
Bottle, UK import, source not recorded. Backlog entry. Entering my historic scores for US beers whilst visiting New York. No tasting notes kept, just rating.

unclemike (3163) - Junction City Kansas, Kansas, USA - AUG 1, 2017
Clear yellow, mild aroma of corn and grains, at least it’s not a skunky aroma. Mild flavor, really almost devoid of anything... light grains and wheat. What’s the point?

PilsnerDoctor6 (47) - villefranche sur mer, FRANCE - JUL 20, 2017
Belle bière jaune dorée mousse très fine.par contre le goût et comme la mousse,le goût est inexistant le seul point positive c est qu elle est desalterante....

Atom (2556) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - JUL 7, 2017
Another one I used to drink often. Pint can pours a clear pale golden with a large white head. Big sweet malt and corn aroma. Light taste similar to aroma. Bland and boring but non offensive and drinkable.

ffbot (433) - Oakland, California, USA - MAY 15, 2017
Bottle smells of grass and mild sweetness. Taste is similar, light and inoffensive. It’s pabst version 2

gripweed57 (2793) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - MAY 15, 2017
From old tasting notes. Pale gold color with a small white head and few small bubbles. Grainy malt aroma has a wisp of fruitiness. Light grainy malt flavor with a brief dry finish. Light hop aftertaste. Thin bodied and somewhat gassy.

Carlisle (786) - Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 13, 2017
Bottle. Pours gold with white head that dissipates quickly. Light bread aroma. Light bread with some corn sweetness. Some minimal bitterness in the finish.

bewyder (522) - FRANCE - FEB 16, 2017
Dorée claire limpide, notes malt doux, un peu aqueuse. Une lager quelconque sans intérêt. Bouteille 33cl bue au bar La Tête à l’envers, Vincennes, France, le 14/02/2017.

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