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Coors Light

4.2% (US) ABV light beer brewed in Golden, Colorado; Albany, Georgia; Elkton, Virginia; Fort Worth, Texas; Irwindale, California; and Milwaukee, Wisconsin Website

Approval Rate: 58%

58%Approval ratio

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    Mon Jun 20 2011

    no flavour, no taste, takes about 50 to get you drunk! you'd be aswell taking a mouthfull of piss.. avoid at all cost.

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    Tue Mar 02 2010

    Well, there was one good thing about this beer. You could drink about 83 of them if you were so inclined.

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    Mon Mar 01 2010

    Worse than Miller Lite or Bud Lite. You are better off Drinking nothing than this Garbage.

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    Wed Feb 24 2010

    I hate light beer, and I hate the bland, mineral-water-tasting, Coors Light! Of course, I know it's a top seller, and I always see people drinking it. But, I can not figure out the appeal of it. If I, for whatever bizarre reason, decided to start drinking light beer, I'd buy the cheapest one on the market (say, Shaefer Light, for instance). Since, the ultra-cheap light beer would taste almost identical to the Coors Light, I'd get the same "satisfaction" at a much less expensive price. But, then, I do not want to drink a thin, straw-colored, low-alcohol, rip-off beer. It's funny how I hate and despise this product, but really like other Coors beers like Coors Banquet, Keystone (not the light one, by gosh!), Keystone Ice, and Killian's Irish Red. Well, anyway, Coors Light is a sales leader, so if people like it, more power to 'em. To each his own... RJT

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    Wed Sep 23 2009

    When I think of "beer" Bud comes to mind first. You know exactly what it is and what it isn't. Its relatively cheap, quenches the thirst and goes down nice and easy on a hot day. Its a great option when you just want a no frills beer.

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    Tue Sep 22 2009

    Know why Coors Light is like sex in a Canoe ? They're both F^(%!N Near Water.

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    Mon Sep 07 2009

    I am so shocked at all the bad ratings here! I would consider myself a practiced "Light Beer" connoisseur, and Coor's Light came out to be my favorite light beer there is! Careful though and get it from a trusted distributor in your area, because some do not store it at the right temperature, or they let it get to room temperature and then chill it, and then it tastes like skunk beer! It has to be kept cold at all times and never allowed to room temp. until it is bought. Actually, consistency would be the key to temperature.....which is important for optimal taste!

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    Thu Aug 27 2009

    Just better than okay. For me, it's a good summertime beer - good to drink at the lake, beach, etc. When it's 90 degrees+ outside, ice-cold Coors Light hits the spot. It's not too heavy, goes down real smooth. I probably wouldn't order it in a bar or restaurant but it still has its moments.

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    Mon Jun 22 2009

    I would always hear Coors Light referred to as "girls light." I kinda of know why since I am not a beer drinker. I do not like beer, but I at times think that Coors light is ok. The flavor isn't watery and its also not a strong beer. When served ice cold you hardly taste it!

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    Sat Jun 20 2009

    If Bud Light is the watery end of the American beer spectrum and Miller Lite is the "flavorful" end of the American beer spectrum (even though I think its flavor is not that good), Coors Light is right in the middle. It is pretty diluted but it also does not have a very pleasant taste.

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    Sun May 31 2009

    Revision. Two years ago I gave this product 2 stars. Why? Well I guess I was a little hasty. This was my cheap macro brew adjunction lager of choice. Now I see it for the watery horse piss it is. If I want to drink cheap beer heres what I get colt 45, coors original ( vastly superior to this shit when it comes to what you get fot the price), or michaelob Amber bock or porter. This beer is bland fecal matter.

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    Sun May 24 2009

    less refreshing than water and plain. even with nothing to compare.

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    Wed May 06 2009

    If I have to drink a light American beer this is the one for me. Has some real flavor for a light. Only if it has been stored properly and not too old. It's pretty good on tap too.

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    Fri Feb 13 2009

    Why not just have a glass of water?

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    Fri Feb 13 2009

    Back in the day, Coors had a vaunted reputation amongst the people I drink with, maybe because it wasn't readily available in NJ. In the years since it has become readily available, I find it to be a dependable, workman-like beer-- nothing special. If I order a beer nowadays...which is rare...I'll sometimes order this, because it has a better reputation than Bud, and I am at the age where "Light Beer" means more to me and my waistline than it did 10 or 15 years ago.

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    Thu Feb 12 2009

    Worthless watery swill.

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    Thu Feb 12 2009

    I don't consider this to be beer.

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    Sun Feb 08 2009

    Really crappy beer that tastes awful.

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    Thu Jan 22 2009

    Yet another example of the degrading quality of macro brewed beers. Tin can flavour mixed with horrific carbonation and complete absense of malt/hops flavour. Corn sugar mixed with water and fermented. Anyone should do themselves a favour and look up their local microbrewery.

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    Mon Jan 19 2009

    Coors Light is absolute crap. I know Bud Light and Miller Lite aren't exactly known for their great taste, but at least they resemble beer somewhat. Coors light tastes like rain water and antiseptic.

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    Sun Jan 11 2009

    um no...never.

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    Sat Dec 27 2008

    Ew! Sewers light!

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    Sun Nov 02 2008

    Coors Light has been my beer of choice the past 5 years. Ive drank alot of different beers domestic and imports. And I seem to always come back to COORS LIGHT. It's quite refreshing and does the job. 5 stars for the  non bloating feeling that many of alternate beers give me.

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    Mon Oct 27 2008

    very refreshing water:)

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    Fri Aug 08 2008

    If I have to

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    Sun Jun 22 2008

    I use to drink this for years...but now I think it tastes like shit! Yucky!

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    Thu Jun 19 2008

    Many of you need to realize how its brewed. And on top of that, its a light beer. Coors light is the #1 frost brewed light beer in AMERICA.

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    Wed Jun 11 2008

    Ron usually drinks it, and if I can't get my hands on Natty Boh, I'll drink this.

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    Tue Jun 10 2008

    I drank it in High School...its not bad

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    Sun Jun 01 2008

    I drink Coors Light because I like the taste, period. I'm not trying to save calories or anything like that.

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    Sat May 31 2008

    Not my favorite, but I'll drink it.

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    Thu May 01 2008

    Coors Light is nearly flavorless. Sadly, what flavor it has is unpleasant. How Coors can brew a classic American beer like Coors Original Banquet Beer and also brew Coors Light, and put their family name on it, is a paradox to me.

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    Mon Feb 11 2008

    Not a fan of the silver bullet.

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    Sun Feb 10 2008

    Water has more flavor.

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    Sun Jan 13 2008

    The Silver Bullet is what I buy and what I buy very often.  This is definitely light and very easy to drink.  This is the best light beer out there.  I love it!

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    Sun Jan 13 2008

    Water with alcohol in it.

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    Sun Dec 16 2007

    I used to really like Coors Light, but not so much anymore. It's very light, extremely carbonated and crisp. Definitely a decently refreshing beer, but really has almost no "beer" taste, more of a watery taste. One thing I like about it is that it has a very noticiable "crisp bite" to it that I think is pretty unique to this beer, but it sports a pretty sour metallic aftertaste unfortunately, kind of like the same aftertaste of Seltzer water..... that aftertaste eventually got to me and I really don't like to drink Coors Light anymore because of it. When it comes down to American light lagers... I'd take Bud over this one for sure.

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    Thu Nov 22 2007

    My lifeblood. Tap the Rockies bitches!

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    Thu Nov 15 2007

    Thin, slightly sharp - doesn't live up to its early cult status.

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    Thu Nov 15 2007

    As the immortal Jed Clampett would say, "Pitiful, jest pitiful."

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    Wed Nov 14 2007

    I can't turn my back on this beer. We have too much history.

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    Tue Nov 06 2007

    The Best Beer Ever