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Light Lager /4.2% ABV / Missouri, United States

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Product details

Category
Light Lager
Region
Missouri, United States
ABV
4.2%
IBU
10
Calories per Serving (12 oz)
95
Carbs per Serving (12 oz)
3.2
Tasting Notes
Bready, Dry, Grainy, Light
Food Pairing
Nuts
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
35-40° F

Product description

Brewed in American since 1977. Enjoy responsibly.

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Community reviews

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  • Rod Erdahl.
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    Favorite

  • Shanna

    My favorite beer for over 15 years!? My dog also loves to lay on the box, it’s cold on his belly!!?

  • Stephan Moore.
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    It is my definite go to beer.

  • Courtney
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    We ordered Natural Light but got Natural Ice

  • Red Mars.
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    Fine

  • Jeannie Mitschke.
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    Good. Low cal. Nothing offensive.

  • Elizabeth Patterson.
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    Great

  • Joseph W.
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    Delicious and guilty free

  • Sara
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    I ordered a strong beer and it was substituted for Natural light. Not comparatively all. Not happy. It’s the third order in a row wrong.

  • Danielle z.
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    Not cold

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FAQs

Light beer is a beer (usually, but not always, a pale lager) that has lower calories and alcohol than typical beer. The drop in calories often means light beers have a "lighter" taste as well, but they can be great session beers if you're planning to have more than one.
Some beer snobs will tell you light beers taste like beer-flavored water. It is true that by cutting the calories, you're significantly reducing (or eliminating) things like hops or yeast that bring flavor.
Most light beers have a significantly low alcohol content, with some going as low as 1-2% ABV, but typically 3% - 4%. Compare this with most comparable "regular" beers, which fall in the range of 4% - 5% ABV.
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