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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Yeungling Light Beer Review

Yeungling Light- Let's start by saying this... If you are drinking a light beer you already know that you are probably sacrificing flavor. If you cut out calories, something has to be reduced to make it a lighter beer. That being said, Yeunglings Light is an exception to the common light beer. First off, it pours a nice pale amber with a decent white head. The aroma is definitely related to its big brother. It is mostly malty with a little caramel mixed in, but you won't mistake it for actually drinking Yeungling. There is some canned corn in both the aroma and flavor that is far less apparent in the older brother. Little hops are to be found, but there is some bitterness at the end. Overall it's not a bad beer in anyway, and would be great to have more than two or three during a game, but I'd prefer the original and take the few extra calories. Rating- 6.5/10

3 comments:

John Haralson said...

 Yeungling isn't a bad beer by itself. I'm more of a Guinness extra stout guy. But I don't mind this when Guinness isn't available.

REM4606 said...

 I personally find it hard to dislike almost any beer!  haha!  But seeing as you are a respectable Guinness man I would recommend Yeungling Black and Tan, I think that would be right up your alley!  

brewmaster12 said...

Guinness has that unmistakeable tang that actually comes from them souring some of their beer. For something similar that will let you branch out a little, look for wood aged beers that have some natural sourness to them from the partially open fermentation!

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