Originally Posted by ShawnJ
I agree that Miller Light is more flavorful than Coors Light.
But doesn't anyone notice how bad
the extra flavor is?
That's why I prefer Coors Light. If I'm going to drink shitty beer, I damn well don't want to taste it.
Coors and Bud Light at least use beer ingredients: water, barley, yeast, hops. Miller Lite is a mysterious concoction of chemicals. I'm not joking. It makes Diet Coke seem like that green shit they sell to yuppie moms at Whole Foods.
Also, FWIW, three Miller Lites have the same alcohol content and
calorie content as two regular Budweisers, Becks, Stellas, Radebergers, etc. So if you're ok driking a bottle of water between rounds, you get basically the same effect drinking those beers, except you don't have to drink Miller Lite.
I couldn't even tell you what my favorite domestic is. There are a lot of good ones. The west coast seems to have a bigger presence of small and medium sized breweries than does the east. Some examples here would be Sierra Nevada, Gordon Biersch, Anchor, Lagunitas ... most of them are caught in a dead heat to see who can make the best IPA, but otherwise Anchor makes a nice brew, "Anchor Steam," that pretty much goes with anything. I would say that it's similar to Yuengling Lager except that it's done a lot better. The flavors are much more lively.