RATINGS: 42   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.23/5   ABV: -
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
The Italian immigrants came to Krebs to work in the coal mines that were prevalent in the area at the turn of the century. They wore a light on their hat to show the way through the mines; at the end of the day their "miners light" led the way to a nice, tall, cold beer. A traditional American style beer - dry, light bodied, yet full flavored with a touch of hop finesse, we present Miners Light beer to reflect the tradition of full flavor and sparkling golden brilliance that was so popular with the miners of early day Krebs.

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blutt59 (6564) - Dallas, Texas, USA - MAR 13, 2009
bottle, thanks to swalden28, yellow color with small head, a light plain aroma, cardboardy lemon flavor

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Cletus (6355) - Connecticut, USA - NOV 1, 2008
Pours straw color with a thin white head. Smells of sweet malt and stray hops. Tastes light and citrussy. Decent for a session beer.

1.1
jgb9348 (6259) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - MAY 26, 2007
Very clear golden coloured body with a very thin white head. Aroma of soap, light malt, lemons and nothing else. Light-bodied; Short flavour of soap, malt, cardboard, water and nothingness. Aftertaste as clean as a glass of lemon-water with a residual soapiness. Overall, a pretty bad beer - even if it is in fact a ’light’ beer. Don’t worry about trying this one, even if you are from out of town and want to sample as many beers as possible. I sampled this twelve ounce bottle purchased from Joe’s Place in Oklahoma City (Norman), Oklahoma on 26-May-2007 on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

3.2
decaturstevo (6244) - decatur, Tennessee, USA - FEB 23, 2012
Yellow pour with watery white head. Corn and light malt with a hinto lemon aroma. Light malt, corn, and a wee hinto hop bitter. Light bodied and refreshing. An ok beer for the style.

2.3
mar (5415) - Dallas, Texas, USA - MAR 14, 2009
bottle thanks to swalden28. water with a yellow tint. no real aroma at all. some fruit and malts for flavor.

2.4
Bamsen78 (5401) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - MAY 16, 2014
Pours clear ple straw wth airy white head. Clear, faint aroma of yeast and hops. Sweetish flavour of malt, with refreshing notes of citrus and estery touches. Mildly bitter aftertaste. Lively carbonation. Thin body. Nothing special.

1.3
Dickinsonbeer (5074) - Hoboken, New Jersey, USA - JAN 13, 2010
12 oz bottle- pours a very pale mostly clear yellow with a thin head. Aroma is grainy, grassy, DMS corn cabbage, soapy. Flavor is cracker malts, grass, plastic, dishwater, salt, and sharp mineral- with a tart infected finish.

1.8
travita (5006) - Dallas, Texas, USA - MAR 17, 2009
Bottle thanks to Swalden28. The look is very clear, very light yellow straw in color, and has a very small head. The smell is very light, some floral hops, and malts. The taste is blah, corn, malts, and grains.

3
ChainGangGuy (4894) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - MAR 25, 2009
Appearance: Pours a lightly hazed, gold body with, well, not much head. Smell: Faint whiffs of malt, corn, and spicy hops. Moving on! Taste: Faint light pale malts paired with some choice corn kernels. Lightly sweet. Spicy hops with just a hint of citrus flavor and bitterness, all of it light, mind you. Drying, crisp finish. Mouthfeel: Light-bodied. Just a hair above medium carbonation. Drinkability: Just what you’d expect it to be. It’s a light lager and not too far removed from what you’d get from Budmilloors.

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jkwalking05 (4740) - Arlington, Texas, USA - MAR 16, 2009
Bottle thanks to Swalden28. Pale yellow in color with a small fizzy white head. Aroma is of grain, malt, light citrus, corn and sugar. Taste is of corn and grain.


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