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Amstel Light

Pale Lager /3.5% ABV / Netherlands

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Product details

Pale Lager
Calories per Serving (12 oz)
Carbs per Serving (12 oz)
Tasting Notes
Bready, Dry, Grainy, Light
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
35-40° F

Product description

Thirst-quenching and refreshing. Deep gold in color, Amstel® Light’s unique mixture of barley malt and hops delivers a full, never-diluted flavor that sets it apart from other light beers. Amstel Light is a full flavored light beer, with only 95 Calories.

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Community reviews

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  • Richard Cole.
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    Awesome...the best light beer I have tried so far!

  • Emily Porter.
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    Cans are preferable because they are easier to recycle.

  • Jessica McAnuff.
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    Always a good pick.

  • David
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    Brought 6 when I ordered 12

  • Aaron
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    Got cans False advertising!

  • George I.
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    My go to beer. Only beer I keep at home for myself.

  • Christopher
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    Solid light beer

  • Natasha
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    My favorite light beer

  • David P.
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  • Scott
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    Amstel light from the bottle is the most refreshing, tasteful beer to my taste.


Pale lager is a very pale to golden-colored beer characterized by noble hop bitterness. These pale, lean beers are very successful (because they're delicious) and have become the most common form of beer consumed in the world today.
Pale lagers tend to be on the simple side - they're crisp, clean and dry on the tongue. The flavors should be balanced, with a subtle hop flavor, aroma and overall bitterness.
You can expect the typical pale lager to have between 3% and 5% alcohol, with higher-ABV beers tending to be the more flavorful.
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