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Coors Banquet Lager Beer*Packaging may vary

Coors Banquet Lager Beer

American-Style Lager /5% ABV / Colorado, United States

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Product details

Category
American-Style Lager
Region
Colorado, United States
ABV
5%
IBU
15
Tasting Notes
Biscuit, Bready, Crisp
Food Pairing
Beef, Cured Meats, Fish - Meaty & Oily
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
35-40° F

Product description

Brisk and satisfying with a subtle sweetness and malty refreshment, Coors Banquet Lager Beer is a golden lager beer with 5% ABV. This American lager is a sessionable golden beer with an inviting aroma of freshly baked bread and understated hints of banana and pear complemented by an effervescent mouthfeel and a crisp finish. With a sturdy balance, this canned beer provides the perfect adult beverage for tailgating, barbecues, fishing trips, garage tinkering, camping, and outdoor exploring. Coors' commitment to quality is unwavering, from brewing with only 100% Rocky Mountain water and ingredients like high country Moravian barley to malting in-house to ensure consistency from grain to glass. Pair Coors beer cans with everyday favorite fare such as burgers, barbecue, and wings. Coors Banquet is the result of conviction and tradition that can be traced back more than 140 years.Pale Lager BeerInitial malty sweetness with subtle notes of banana and pearPale Lager Beer

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  • Samuel
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    The best of the big American beers

  • Elissa
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    Wish you had more selection like Genuine Draft

  • Aiden
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    Average, but great for the price.

  • DAVID SISSON.
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    No thank you

  • Chris
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    I can’t rate it because I got Coors Light not Coors Banquet my heart is broken

  • Marcus
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    My new favorite beer!

  • Jeffery
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    It was hot

  • Robert James Harsch III.
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    Good beer

  • Blake
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    My favorite. It is what it is.

  • Zane
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    Hard to find Coors in the south

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FAQs

The Coors brand is best known for its signature brew, Coors Light, but the company actually makes several different styles of beer, all of which fall into the lager category (psst — you can find the full Coors lineup on Drizly). Coors Banquet beer, which was first brewed in 1873, is a refreshing golden lager with a more robust profile than its milder, Coors Light cousin. Coors Banquet beer uses water from the Rocky Mountains and Moravian barley; the combination of high-quality ingredients and old-school expertise creates a top-notch drinking experience — it’s a stalwart amidst the constantly-evolving beer industry.
Coors Banquet is an easy-drinking, lager-style beer; the ingredient list is simple enough (water, barley malt, yeast, and hop extract), but lager-style brews use a specific type of lager yeast which lends to the overall flavor of the beer. Coors Banquet beer is crisp and light while still delivering a complex flavor (look for notes of bread and banana). These golden American lagers are especially appealing for backyard barbecues and daytime drinking activities, especially if you’re seeking something more refreshing and far less heavy than an ale.
A standard, 12-ounce bottle of Coors Banquet beer is 147 calories, 5% alcohol content, and just shy of 12 grams of carbohydrates; most of your classic American lagers clock in around those same stats, though some of the popular craft-style lagers can quickly reach 175 calories or more. A total of 147 calories is actually surprisingly low, considering the layers of flavor you’ll enjoy when drinking a Coors Banquet beer. In fact, the same serving of Coors Light is 100 calories, although the flavor may be lighter.
Coors Banquet beer isn’t as well-known as some other American-style lagers, so it’s an excellent gift if you’re hoping to add a little variety to the barbecue coolers. This is definitely more of a daytime drinking beer, ideal for camping trips, cookouts, tailgates, and the like. Coors Banquet beer can even be appreciated by a craft beer aficionado (for more options, you can check out all your local microbrew options on Drizly). That being said, Coors Banquet is a super affordable 12-pack that provides a more robust flavor than most of the Coors competitors.
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