Light Lager

Coors Light

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Coors Light, the "World's Most Refreshing Beer," is the second best-selling beer in the U.S. Coors Light's unique frost-brewing process locks in a taste "as cold as the Rockies." The brew has a pale golden body and a flavor of a sweet and grainy base with a little more "hop" flavor than most in the light lager style.

Keystone Light

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Introduced in 1989 in Chico, Colorado, Keystone Light is a light-bodied, crisp beer that is always smooth. Keystone Light is for those "who know a beer among buddies always tastes best when it's smooth."

Miller 64

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A lighter version of the regular Miller Genuine Draft, Miller 64, also known as "MGD 64" is a low-calorie beer that is a light refreshing beer proving to win over people across the U.S. looking for a light way to enjoy beer The brew goes through the cold-filtered, brewing process the Miller Genuine Draft undergoes, giving it a crisp, fresh from the tap taste.

Miller Lite

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Miller Lite is essentially known as the first mainstream "Light" beer. It is the great tasting, less filling beer that created the American light beer category in 1975. Triple-hops brewed for great pilsner taste, Miller Lite is the only beer to win four gold awards in the World Beer Cup for best American-Style light lager.

Miller High Life Light

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Also known as "the champagne of beers" and the "unpretentious light beer," Miller High Life Light has a smooth taste and golden color. The beer is a version of Miller High Life but with approximately the same nutritional content as Miller Genuine Draft Light.

Hamm's Light

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Hamm's, first brewed in Minnesota in 1865, is America's classic beer. Hamm's Special Light is brewed using the purest water and the choicest barley malt, grain and hops. The beer that is "Born in the Land of Sky Blue Waters" is available in select states, including Wisconsin.

Milwaukee's Best Light

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Introduced in 1986, Milwaukee’s Best Light features premium taste, without the premium price. Brewed to uncompromising standards using select pale malt, Milwaukee's Best Light is made using the finest cereal grains and yeast to produce a smooth, highly drinkable beer.

Tsingtao

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Tsingtao Lager is an amber-colored, pilsner-style beer delivering a crisp, slightly malty flavor and a nutty sweet taste. It is brewed with domestically-grown hops, imported barley, all-natural yeast and spring water from China's Laoshan Mountains. 

Amstel Light

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At just 95 calories per bottle, Amstel Light’s unique mixture of barley and hops delivers a full, never diluted, flavor that’s just as tasty as regular beer. The brew has very light grain characteristics with a touch of sweet hay  with a dry finish that is only slightly reminiscent of the hop aroma.

Light

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Inspired by the family's 1867 recipe, Leinenkugel's Light is brewed with Pale malts and Cluster hops. Its crisp, classic flavor has been carrying the Leinenkugel name for five generations.

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