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  • Meh.  Probably will become my lawn-mowing beverage of choice.  Not everything needs to be a 7.8% ABV Double-hopped IPA.
  • FLMountainMan: Meh.  Probably will become my lawn-mowing beverage of choice.  Not everything needs to be a 7.8% ABV Double-hopped IPA.


    what do mean ? you have Gennesse, Pabst, Busch, or God forbid Budwiser
  • FLMountainMan: Meh.  Probably will become my lawn-mowing beverage of choice.  Not everything needs to be a 7.8% ABV Double-hopped IPA.


    Lagers and lighter ales are better for activities like that, other beers are just kind of overwhelming for a hot summer day's worth of activity.

    But there are plenty of craft beers available that are a better quality than Coors, but are still just as light in their overall impact on your pallete.
  • "This is the perfect day to announce Coors Pure to the world and show runners how refreshing a beer made with three simple ingredients - organic barley, organic hops and water -  can be," says Alex Pascutoi, associate marketing manager for Coors Pure.

    Oh wait, you aren't going to add all of the fillers that you normally add to stretch the recipe? Corn and rice don't belong in beer, just like some of the stuff they put in dog food, they are just there as a cheap substitute for real ingredients so that production costs can be as low as possible, and quality be damned....
  • invictus2: FLMountainMan: Meh.  Probably will become my lawn-mowing beverage of choice.  Not everything needs to be a 7.8% ABV Double-hopped IPA.

    what do mean ? you have Gennesse, Pabst, Busch, or God forbid Budwiser


    After several decades of trial and error, I have concluded that the best American Light Lager for lawnmowing is the Yuengling Traditional Lager. And if that's not available, Schlitz. Save the high gravity double-hopped IPA for after the sun goes down.
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  • Mikey1969: "This is the perfect day to announce Coors Pure to the world and show runners how refreshing a beer made with three simple ingredients - organic barley, organic hops and water -  can be," says Alex Pascutoi, associate marketing manager for Coors Pure.

    Oh wait, you aren't going to add all of the fillers that you normally add to stretch the recipe? Corn and rice don't belong in beer, just like some of the stuff they put in dog food, they are just there as a cheap substitute for real ingredients so that production costs can be as low as possible, and quality be damned....


    I guess it will be non-alcoholic since no yeast in the ingredients. They are making barley tea.
  • Mikey1969: "This is the perfect day to announce Coors Pure to the world and show runners how refreshing a beer made with three simple ingredients - organic barley, organic hops and water -  can be," says Alex Pascutoi, associate marketing manager for Coors Pure.

    Oh wait, you aren't going to add all of the fillers that you normally add to stretch the recipe? Corn and rice don't belong in beer, just like some of the stuff they put in dog food, they are just there as a cheap substitute for real ingredients so that production costs can be as low as possible, and quality be damned....


    I use rice hulls, does that make me a bad person?
  • WhiskeySticks: Mikey1969: "This is the perfect day to announce Coors Pure to the world and show runners how refreshing a beer made with three simple ingredients - organic barley, organic hops and water -  can be," says Alex Pascutoi, associate marketing manager for Coors Pure.

    Oh wait, you aren't going to add all of the fillers that you normally add to stretch the recipe? Corn and rice don't belong in beer, just like some of the stuff they put in dog food, they are just there as a cheap substitute for real ingredients so that production costs can be as low as possible, and quality be damned....

    I use rice hulls, does that make me a bad person?


    No it just means Mikey won't be inviting you to his German Purity Ball.
  • pheelix: After several decades of trial and error, I have concluded that the best American Light Lager for lawnmowing is the Yuengling Traditional Lager.


    Consider your efforts to be peer-reviewed and seconded. Although I would also propose the Champagne of Beers, Miller High Life.
  • discgolfguru: pheelix: After several decades of trial and error, I have concluded that the best American Light Lager for lawnmowing is the Yuengling Traditional Lager.

    Consider your efforts to be peer-reviewed and seconded. Although I would also propose the Champagne of Beers, Miller High Life.


    Embarrassing as it is to admit, and ice cold corona with a lime is the ultimate summer beer for me.
  • discgolfguru: pheelix: After several decades of trial and error, I have concluded that the best American Light Lager for lawnmowing is the Yuengling Traditional Lager.

    Consider your efforts to be peer-reviewed and seconded. Although I would also propose the Champagne of Beers, Miller High Life.


    Call it option #3, although I'm a little bit peeved at Miller's parent company for being too cheap to extend their naming rights to that major league baseball stadium formerly known as Miller Park.
  • Nothing like an icy cold miller high life on a hot summers evening. I do get tired of it after a,while, so ill get some coors as an alternate. By the time im done with 36 cans of coors, its winter again and time to switch back to booze...
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  • NINEv2: discgolfguru: pheelix: After several decades of trial and error, I have concluded that the best American Light Lager for lawnmowing is the Yuengling Traditional Lager.

    Consider your efforts to be peer-reviewed and seconded. Although I would also propose the Champagne of Beers, Miller High Life.

    Embarrassing as it is to admit, and ice cold corona with a lime is the ultimate summer beer for me.


    I really will never discount a corona/modelo/pacifico/tecate with a few ice cubes and 1-3 limes in it.
  • tintar: NINEv2: discgolfguru: pheelix: After several decades of trial and error, I have concluded that the best American Light Lager for lawnmowing is the Yuengling Traditional Lager.

    Consider your efforts to be peer-reviewed and seconded. Although I would also propose the Champagne of Beers, Miller High Life.

    Embarrassing as it is to admit, and ice cold corona with a lime is the ultimate summer beer for me.

    I really will never discount a corona/modelo/pacifico/tecate with a few ice cubes and 1-3 limes in it.


    Ice cubes?

    Duuuuuuuuuuuuude......
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