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RATINGS: 2079   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.79/5   EST. CALORIES: 132   ABV: 4.4%
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An iconic American lager famous for its rich amber color and medium-bodied flavor - with a roasted caramel malt for a subtle sweetness and a combination of cluster and cascade hops, this true original delivers a well-balanced taste with very distinct character.

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Nucci (21) - cullowheee, North Carolina, USA - APR 14, 2008
I’ll take some yuengling any day of the week. definitely beast the hell out of busch light and all that nasty crap. It taste good and gets the job done nicely. Excellent beer for drinking games. Yuengling is a great beer for an affordable price.

4.3
rmbjspd (21) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 28, 2009
all-time best everyday bar beer. lots of caramel, great body, incredible aroma. have you tried cooking with this stuff? it reduces into pure caramel deliciousness.

3.3
beerandmath (21) - Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 21, 2011
A great beer to have on tap. The brewery is an interesting place to visit as well.

3.2
wattoclone (21) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 13, 2015
Yuengling "Lager" is commonly found in Pennsylvania. On draft at a baseball game it is good. As a Vienna style lager it is just ok.

2.5
ajcobb24 (20) - Florida, USA - JUL 11, 2011
Appearance - Yuengling is an amber to medium tan color and pours with a good amount of head (about one and a half fingers). Not much stickage to the side of the glass as it is swirled around. Smell - Not much to speak of. Faint malt smell with no fruit essence to speak of. Taste - Overall probably the best of the lower tier non-craft beers. Faint malt taste at the beginning giving way to a slightly bitter taste as it goes down. Didn’t bother to do any retro-nasal breathing with this one. No dried fruits or floral notes to speak of. Mouthfeel - More heavily bodied than the other widely available beers. Heavy carbonation present while it is in the mouth. Goes down fairly smooth. Overall - Like mentioned earlier, it is probably the best of the widely available beers and my choice if I am just hanging out with friends or at a local (normal) bar. The fact that you can actually taste some malt when you drink it shows they have at least spent some time and care brewing this beer.

2.1
zachary37 (20) - Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 25, 2011
From a bottle poured a golden color with a fair amount of head. Grassy malty flavor with a quick finish. not the best

2.9
hef1985 (20) - cheektowaga, New York, USA - FEB 29, 2012
Pours from a bottle with minimal head that dissipates quickly. Color is copper and transparent. Aroma of light caramel & malt. Initial taste is watered down caramel malt. Aftertaste is a faint dry sour blend.

1.9
gogaterz (20) - Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 9, 2009
Local beer for me. I used to enjoy it years ago, but the taste has changed over the years. I really can’t drink it anymore out of a bottle. I can drink it on tap if there’s nothing else or worse beers. Really over-hyped these days all over the country. I had some bottles in my beer fridge in which the color actually seperated. Medium-brown color (unless it seperates, then it’s two-toned). Has a thin tan head. The aroma and taste both tend to be on the skunky side from a bottle. On tap. it has more of a malty aroma mixed with the skunkiness.

4.4
zenbrew99 (20) - USA - APR 23, 2002
This is my pub staple. Not too heavy on the stomach and quite light on the wallet. A great beer if you’re stuck with the party bill.

1.1
coopec (20) - Portland, Connecticut, USA - JUL 18, 2002
If had to buy Lawn Mower beer this would be the one. Nothing special but it’s cold.


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