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A snowy mountain landscape stretches out against a silver-gray sky. A rocky peak towers over the surrounding mountains and exudes a majestic calm. This idyllic image can be found on the cans of Coors Light. The light-footed beer comes from the United States and is one of the top 5 best-selling brews there. The brew with the peak in the logo and on the labels is an American lager that brings a slim 4.2% alcohol content to the table and scores with a mild character and sparkling freshness.
The recipe for this cult classic was developed more than 45 years ago and has enjoyed great popularity ever since. In contrast to Bavarian creations, the beer has a very gentle and reserved taste: light malt meets subtle hops and a feather-light body.
Coors Light flows into the glass in a pale yellow gold and is crowned with a fluffy head of foam that is rather fleeting in nature. The scent of sun-ripened grain fills your nose and awakens your thirst for beer. The initial taste is, as expected, mild and ensnares the palate with notes of delicately roasted malt and spicy yeast. The hops contribute grassy notes and a touch of lemony freshness. A sparkling carbon dioxide rounds off the impression.
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