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Thread: Coors Light surpasses Budweiser as No. 2 U.S. beer

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    Default Coors Light surpasses Budweiser as No. 2 U.S. beer

    Just a bit shocked...

    Thoughts?

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    Ship me a case of both and I will let you know my thoughts. Then again it's a light beer, save your money

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    Both taste like piss.
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    Most Americans have no idea what real beer is. Lucky for me, I don't fall in that category, but my wife drinks that crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurence View Post
    Both taste like piss.
    When you compare it to Corona, most would

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    I like Coors light over Budwiser aswell, thats my go to golf beer.

    Normally I drink Corona light, then maybe Miller light then Coor light.

    Lately I've been drinking some Guinness and I like them they're nice for a change, they're a better winter beer and Corona light a nice summer beer.

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    is light beer popular because it's cheap or everyone is trying to lose weight? surely it's not because of the taste lol

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    Light beer has like 20 less calories than non-light beer. I think most people drink it because 1) its not as strong of a taste and 2) they don't get filled up easier so they can drink more.
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    Do they even still make Coors "un-lite"? I'm sure they do, but I never see it anywhere.

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    I think they have regular Coors in the US but not up here in Canada.

    Coors Light is my go to beer. Bud Light is probably the most popular beer up here right now -- at least for the guys in their 20's. Solid marketing by both companies.


 

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