I bet you didn't think that Coors Light was going to follow those two very dark beers from Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., did you? Well, while I'm coming down off of my high, I'm going to have a Silver Bullet from Coors Brewing Co. in Golden, Colorado. No Banquet Beer today. We'll leave that for another day.
First thing I need to do is check and make sure the mountains on the bottle are blue, so I know it's as cold as the Rockies (BTW, I hate the Colorado Rockies; did I mention that the Philadelphia Phillies won the World Series?)The turning blue mountains are just the latest gimmick by these guys, but yep, they are blue and yep, it's cold.
Everyone has had this beer before, along with Bud Light and Miller Light, so don't be shocked if you don't hear anything here that you haven't tasted for yourself. To me, they are all pretty much the same. So buy whichever one is on sale when you need to make a mass party purchase.
For me, this is the beer that you can drink all day in the sun. Perfect for the golf course, the beach, the pool, the party at the local park. And everyone will drink it. It is refreshing and especially so on a hot day. I think that these guys get a bum rap though as mass produced watered down beer. Coors Light certainly doesn't taste like water and has a decent flavor. And trust me, there are hundreds of cheaper and suckier beers than this. I've had most of those too--it's what we survived on in college, if you need a reminder. So give Coors Light a break. Are there better beers? No doubt. Worse? No double doubt.