Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Beer Review: Miller Lite

Reviewing the infamous Miller Lite from Miller Brewing Company.
Score: 62

Drinking a 2011 can because there were left overs from cooking brats.

Appearance: Golden, see-through. Very fizzy, tons of carbonation. Pours a foamy white head. 2.5/5

Aroma: Smells like old captain crunch and college. Lots of grain/corn in the nose. There is a faint hop bitterness (from their "patented triple-hops brewing process" no doubt!). 2/5

Taste: College. Lots of corn flavor that probably goes great with chips at a party. There's some metallic can flavor in there too, but if you chug the beer you don't care or notice. At least it's refreshing. 2/5

Mouthfeel: Extraordinarily light bodied, with lots of crisp carbonation. It is quite watery; perhaps just as much so as water. 1/5

Overall: Unless you are cooking brats, playing beer pong, or "at the club," there is no reason to drink this stuff. Even then, you should try a Marzen and Keystone (respectively).

Recommendation: Please, America, stop drinking this stuff!

Pairings: Tailgate brats and burgers.

Cost: $4.99 for a six pack.

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