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Brewed by Compañía Cervecera de Puerto Rico
Style: Pale Lager
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

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RATINGS: 175   WEIGHTED AVG: 1.77/5   EST. CALORIES: 126   ABV: 4.2%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Award Winning Beer
98 calories
3 Grams of Carbs
4.2 % Alcohol

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kmeves (1098) - Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, USA - APR 29, 2002
A buddy of mine brought some of this back from Puerto Rica last time he visited there. After drinking it, I no longer am confused as to why Coors is the #1 selling beer in P.R.

1.7
biomechanic (55) - Washington, USA - MAY 14, 2003
I'ts just a summer brew for crissakes! Good if you're at the beach and it's over 80 degrees, believe me been there done that. This is not a real beer, just refreshment.

1.7
Grovlam (4253) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - JAN 22, 2009
Can 33 cl. @ San Juan port. Average rocky white head that mostly diminished. Spare display of lacework. Clear pale yellow color. Aroma of wet grass, mild cardboard, thin caramel and some corn. Light bodied with a soft carbonation and light dry thin texture. Light sweet and bitter flavor. Light bitter finish.

1.7
Dogbrick (13789) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - MAY 5, 2009
Sample at the Eurostash tasting on 04/30/09: Courtesy of a traveling colleague, this canned beer pours a clear nearly colorless pale yellow color with a medium and fizzy white head that disappears quickly. Spotty lacing. Mild grainy malt aroma with a touch of hops. The finish is short and lightly sweet malt and yeast. Pretty worthless excuse to check off PR overall.

1.7
Kriegbaum (845) - Randers, DENMARK - APR 2, 2012
Can @ San Juan, Puerto Rico. Light yellow beer with a small white head. Light and light aroma of malt with notes of grain. The taste of sweet malt and maybe corn. Metalis and slightly tart in flavor and aftertaste

1.7
Ratman197 (15368) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - AUG 6, 2012
Bottle poured a clear yellow with a lasting white head. Aromas of light white bread and a hint of yeast. Palae was light bodied and crisp with a watery finish. Flavors of light white bread and a faint hint of citrus with a crisp watery finish.

1.7
Fritz123 (1597) - Boca Raton, Florida, USA - MAY 4, 2013
LOL...first off I read the comment before this rating and I love it! I agree that Medalla Light is brewed in a GREAT PLACE. Puerto Rico is a 5. Unfortunately Medalla is much less than that. It is an non-complex, uninteresting lager that tastes mostly of water and corn.

1.7
Headbanger (4021) - Aurora, Illinois, USA - FEB 6, 2014
12oz bottle 1/30/13 (Parrot Club-Old San Juan)-Pours a clear golden with a small white head. Aroma of corn and grains. Taste of the same. This light bodied brew was just another typical pale lager.

1.7
3fourths (9358) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - APR 6, 2015
UPDATED: APR 10, 2015 Bottle. Clear pale gold with short and dissipating white head. Aroma reminds of Malzbier with a strong saccharine note, it smells sugary (simple syrup) with an odd off-note of DEET bug repellent. Light bodied, lightly sweet, low bitterness, low carbonation... simple, fizzy and watery with potato-like starchiness, finishes off-dry with mild bitterness. The aroma is certainly worse than the flavor, which seems extremely diluted and mild, so it serves its purpose of being mindlessly drinkable when chilled.

1.6
Aubrey (3516) - Bellingham, Washington, USA - JAN 5, 2004
San Juan Airport, bottle: Gold and fizzy. Light-bodied. Had a sweet malt base (noticeable DMS) that was rather "beery." Some bitterness, especially in the aftertaste. Other than some corn notes, no major offenses. Typical bland light lager for Caribbean drinking.


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