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Very pale golden, almost straw-like, plenty of carbonation, but very little foam. Nose is clean, slight bubble-gum, a little floral aroma suggesting fruitiness without actually jumping out, as well as a some graininess. The tasting is also pretty uneventful and the first few sips pretty much wash right over the palate, showing a little carbonation, but hardly stopping to wipe its feet on the way to the back of the throat. One thing I can certainly say here is that it’s refreshing, but so is a soda water with a twist of lemon. A few more sips, a little more restraint, and a lot of concentration helped to reveal light notes of malt, but are too clean, offering no real character. There is a smooth mellowness and hints of grain around the middle and a little hop in the finish and crispness. The aftertaste is very minimal and does not really linger except for a faint memory of malt. I found that it's overall character (or lack thereof) encouraged you to drink fast. Tastes great? Sure, if you're not looking for something to taste like the pilsner that Miller claims this to be. Less filling? Again, I'd agree but I say just drink less and be happier.
Brewed in U.S.A. since 1969.