Miller Lite

Updated Review 01/08
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$2.00, 16oz serving, Buffalo Wild Wings, Douglasville, GA, USA.
Light golden color, zero head, zero lace. Vegetal mild bitterness, essentially wet with no taste. Slightly gassy. What’s the point?
Original Review 07/04
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$2.00, large serving (22oz?), Smokey Bones, Restaurant & Grill, Douglasville, GA, USA.
The problem here I think, is that once one has opened up one’s horizons to quality beer, stuff like Miller Lite is hardly what one would consider to be “beer” at all.
Is Miller Lite a refreshing, ice-cold, alcoholic beverage? Well, yes I guess potentially it is.
Is Miller Lite a carefully crafted balance of quality ingredients, brought together in a loving and balanced fashion to produce a deeply satisfying experience? Err…well, you can make up your own mind, but then again, nobody is really claiming that it is.
Miller pours the regular pale yellow, piss color, and is often served so cold that any possible taste and aroma are completely undetectable anyway. Often no head, this “beer” is best enjoyed in 100 degree heat, when the emphasis required is on “wet” rather than any other experience.
Good Luck!

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07/13/2004
Format:
on-tap
ABV: 4.17 %
Appearance: 1.5
Taste: 1.5
Mouthfeel: 1.5
Smell: 1.5
Overall: 1.5
Total: 1.5
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