nosnow (1) - - MAY 29, 2017 does not count
Still my favorite beer, I was weaned on Coors, military got me with Lucky Lager, being broke sent me to Beer Beer (made by Lucky), tried the Olympia, Rainier route but then 50 years ago it happened, Miller High Life became my go to for all time. CHEERS !!
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I have probably still had more High Life to drink than any other beer as it is heavily skewed by the year or two of college where I drank it almost exclusively so it would be wrong to rate this any lower. It pours pee pee yellow, smells like aluminum banana farts, and goes down smooth especially if its cold. An American classic, the platonic ideal of garbage macro brews. Good for trying to rid the taco bloat from your body by eating a burger as if that will help for some reason. datfanman (4) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 21, 2017 does not count
I don't care what anyone says. If you're at a crappy basement punk concert and it's between High Life and Pabst, High Life is gonna get the job done.
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From old tasting notes. Pale gold color. Rocky white head. Sour fruit malt aroma. Light crisp dry malt flavor. Highly carbonated. Very light body and flavor. RickAucoin (1) - Plano, Texas, USA - MAY 15, 2017 does not count
What’s not to love about the classic American Pilsner?
Chadhami (206) - - APR 22, 2017
Miller. High Life, in a bottle. The champagne of beers.
In spite of the classic tag line, it’s not a pretentious beer. In fact if beer could be blue collar union worker, Miller High Life would be that beer.
A sharp first taste, almost tart. After few sips the sweetness of the corn mellows out the sharp flavor yet stays light, effervescent.
And for the love of God, drink it ice cold. This is not a beer that remains drinkable at room temperature. 8)
This is the macro beer that you don’t have to be embarrassed to be seen holding. Because anyone who’d sneer at a beautiful clear bottle of fizzy yellow gold Miller High Life? Well that’s just not the sort of person you should be trying to impress anyway.
Just listen to the song. Hear Johny Mack on the piano keys, tinkling lightly?
“If you’ve got the time / we’ve got the beer (Miller beer)
Miller tastes too good to hurry through / but when it’s time to relax / Mil-ler stands clear (beer after beer)
If you’ve got the time (if you’ve got the time) / we’ve got the beer (Miller beer).”
That tune? It sounds exactly like Miller High Life, in a bottle, tastes.
When you are looking for a good fade on a hot day. You are short on cash but want to get trashed...the champagne of beers baby. DSG (15519) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - MAR 26, 2017
Bottle sample at a tasting at Tom L’s place. Thanks Tom L. Indian version, 5%. Clear yellow. Grains, acetaldehyde, some corn, vegetal, sweetish, bitterish, light-bodied. zvikar (6632) - Ramat Gan, ISRAEL - MAR 21, 2017
At Tom’s Place, pours pale yellow with a small head, aroma of grain, malty, corn, flavor of corn, malt, toast, light bodied phranq (250) - - MAR 7, 2017
The champagne of beers is actually a very favorable alternative to bud or mmiller sweet malt profile and corn in the finish. felsenpils (185) - Sacramento, California, USA - MAR 3, 2017
12 ounce can. Pours a very clear light yellow with a white head. Miller uses a foam enhancer called propylene glycol alginate in its beers so you really cannot judge the foam retention. The aroma is nice and clean, the taste is very sweet and there is a good deal of flaked corn aftertaste. All in all, a very good example of a pale American lager. Served cold, this is a refreshing beverage.