Canned beer has made a serious return in the craft brewing world. Prior to this resurgence, the only beer found in cans were industrial lagers. So as a nod in both directions we present an elegantly crisp and hoppy new world lager.
Probably the most identified "American-style" of beer in the world, Light Lagers are brewed with larger amounts of cereal adjuncts (corn, rice) in order to lighted the beer as much as possible.
Almost universally a pale yellow, the malt character is very low (thanks to the addition of adjuncts) and just enough hops are added to balance - no real signs of hop flavor or bitterness anywhere in sight. Very low alcohol and very light body.
Best served cold, at 39-45 degrees, and in a pint glass, pilsner glass, or beer mug.
This beer is brewed to be clean and crisp with the hops slightly edging out the malt on the taste. A generous addition of German hops will leave the finish quite dry which is accentuated by the softness on the palate given by the white wheat.
Abita Light is an all-malt lager brewed with pilsner and carapils malts and Vanguard hops. It is the smoothest and most flavorful light beer you’ll ever taste. Crisp and refreshing with a mild hop aroma, it has only 118 calories and 8 carbs.
Corona Light was introduced in the United States in 1989 and became the first imported beer to sell more than one million cases in its first full year of distribution. (Description provided by US distributor)
Brewed for the better you. (Description provided by company)
Light Lager - An exceptional brew that appeals to consumers who don't want to sacrifice character for a low-calorie light beer. Masterfully developed to maintain the full flavor profile akin to our flagship Lager brand, but has only 99 calories. (Description provided by company)
Amstel Light has a rich, hoppy, never-diluted flavor that sets it apart from other light beers. (Description provided by company)
Brewed for a crisp, full taste (Description provided by company)
Alcohol content will differ depending on the market in which the product is sold due to state regulations of permissible alcohol content. For example, in some markets, Bud Light Platinum may not exceed 3.2% alcohol by weight or 4% by volume. (Description provided by company)
Bud Light Lime offers up the just-right taste you love with just a splash of 100% natural lime flavor. (Description provided by company)