gnoff (10426) - Mölndal, SWEDEN - FEB 3, 2011
From tap (free sample, yay) after the (free, yay) brewery tour of the Tampa brewery site, on Feb 1, 2011geologyguy (1604) - Columbia, South Carolina, USA - MAR 16, 2012
Clear yellow color, white head. Sweet, mineral, a bit fruity taste. Moussy mouthfeel, fairly low bitterness. Cream, malty, sweet scent.
Of the US light beers I’ve had, thismust be the best one so far. Didn’t mind it at all, can see myself buying it, well, if it was available that fresh, and in Sweden... Can’t say how it is from bottle or can though, but draught at the brewery was nice!
UPDATED: JUN 4, 2012 Smooth subtle taste beer....very drinkable...better than regular IMO...hard to find though Nekronos (4175) - Xalapa, MEXICO - MAY 19, 2013
Just a regular lager. And light too. NOt much to tell about it. It was just dirnkable but not much more. ChadPolenz (1821) - Lakeland, Florida, USA - AUG 6, 2013
I poured a 24oz can into a 1-liter mug. It was canned on June 3 and cost $1.81 ($0.08 per ounce).
MarkSachon (1023) - Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 10, 2014
Appearance: Beautiful amber color, crystal clear body with some carbonation visible. Forms a large, white, soapy head which eventually evaporates and leaves trace lacing on the glass.
Smell: Mild macro lager aroma of corn and grain. Nothing repugnant, though. Some sweet notes.
Taste: As much as craft beer nerds tend to dislike fizzy yellow lagers made by the macro breweries, we tend to dislike the light versions even more so. However, I think I’ve found one worth drinking in Yuengling Light Lager. While the core taste is similar to others of the style, it doesn’t have any of the overtly off-putting qualities as most. While it’s not exactly robust, there is flavor to be found here.
If you need a beer to differentiate between mild and flat-out bland, this would be a good example. It’s difficult to describe any particular flavor characteristics, though there is some sweet honey or amber-style malt to be found here. It doesn’t have the generic LAGER qualities you might except (or dread). Not much in the way of bitterness, though the palette certainly is clean and refreshing. I do notice a corny taste on the backend, but compared to the bigger boys’ light beers, it’s quite tame and easily tolerable. This is definitely one of the best macro adjunct light lagers on the mainstream market (second only to Sam Adams Light).
Drinkability: Light lagers are supposed to be highly quaffable and this beer definitely does that job well. The mouthfeel is thin, but not actually watery. The carbonation is consistently crisp, but it’s not spastically effervescent, which makes it easy to drink in big gulps. The clean finish makes it quite refreshing. I’m not sure of the ABV, but it appears to be well under 4%, making it highly sessionable, especially in warmer weather.
12 oz bottle from the four type sampler case. As with most light beers, this one had very little flavor or body. Recommended on as a calorie saver.
Frank (4194) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 16, 2017
Solid light. I’m probably being tricked by caramel color but this seems to have a pretty solid grain character and even a kiss of hops. Real low in ABV too which I can get behind. jchioda (6) - USA - JAN 4, 2007 does not count
Next to Sam Adams Light, this is one of my favorite light beers. Enjoy while it’s going down, but not as fond of the aftertaste as I am with Sam Adams Light. Need to take with me on vacations to the east coast as I have not been able to find it at grocery stores near the beach. drougkolya (276) - Otterburn Park, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 18, 2010
Bonne bière blonde, bien mousseuse et bien pétillante. Disponible en draft au Red Lobster de Wilmington, Delaware. FunkyBrewster (1518) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - DEC 25, 2011
12oz bottle. Pouts light golden with a small white froth. Aroma light sweet malty with some grain as hay. Flavor much the same, light crisp And sweet not bland though like many pale lagers refreshing but still a nice malt grain flavor. Ligh to light medium body and a crisp carbonation. Nice pale lager rjplumer (1098) - Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA - APR 7, 2014
Mild grassy malt aroma. Soft clear caramel color with a head that fades to a light film. Hint of caramel with a soft bitterness. Light clean finish. Better than your traditional big beer pale lager. Though not a superstar beer i thinks a good everyday go to type.