fryjohn (12) - Maryland, USA - DEC 15, 2003
UPDATED: DEC 19, 2003 Mild hoppy, nutty aroma (stronger/nicer aroma when served in a tulip shaped glass). Dark yellow/gold appearance. Mild hoppy, nutty flavor. This is my favorite "cheap" beer. sarcops (11) - Plant City, Florida, USA - JUL 16, 2004
great beer overall. tastes better on tap. now that it is also brewed here in the tampa area, it is more available that way. one of my all time favorites smithlrs2003 (11) - washington, Washington DC, USA - OCT 1, 2005
excellent beer; this is probably my favorite beer tor drink when I’m out on the town or at a barbecue. Smooth, assertive flavor but not as heavy as you’d expect from the coloring.
madcurls85 (11) - USA - MAY 2, 2006
My favorite "all time brew." One of the first beers I really enjoyed and had many great time with the green botltle in hand as well . JamesHellican (11) - USA - OCT 13, 2006
I know its nothing crazy good. But I will say, when i’m at a pub that has nothing but bud and coors, they always have Lager. Its the lesser of all Evils.
teknotronik (11) - York, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 15, 2007
Excellent Lager, Smooth taste, beautiful color, excellent texture, good price, my favorite beer Hercules (11) - Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 14, 2008
This is certainly one of my favorites to have with a good, fried meal while hanging out after 18 holes. It is nice and refreshing, and works well with a meal. I find the taste to be light, and not over powering, with a good after taste. ribrewmaster99 (11) - Warwick, Rhode Island, USA - DEC 31, 2001
A typical pale, watered down American lager, but pretty good for it's style. Very much like Michelob. Light bodied, pale color, nice tight head, with slight traces of corn in the flavor. Not my favorite kind of beer at all, but still favorable of Bud/Coors/Miller type beers. beermonger (11) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 22, 2002
I just want to love Yuengling. It's from Pennsylvania (as am I). It's from the United States' oldest brewery. It has an almost unspellable, Asian-esque name. I can't love it though. I don't hate it. I don't dislike it. Much better from the tap than in a bottle. Here in Pittsburgh you'll often see a sale on the stuff, say $17/case. Spend the extra three bucks on Sam Adams Boston Lager or Penn Pilsner/Gold. It's a ho-hum beer. courtney2073 (11) - USA - APR 3, 2003
Love the way you can ask for "a lager" at a bar in Philadelphia and they know you mean this. Dry and refreshing. Where's my cheese steak?