Title pretty much says it. I love Rolling Rock and would love to be able to recreate it preferably with a kit. If not, with a straight forward recipe.
I'm not sure of a recipe, but that may be a tough one to duplicate. The skunked flavors from the green bottles will be hard to match, even with green bottles.
Rolling Rock is pretty much a Light American Lager. It doesn't have much if any hops character.
Shoot for a target OG of no more than 1045 using equal amounts of US 6-row and a blend of flaked rice or maize. 4 lbs 6-row and 2 lbs each rice and maize should get you there in 5 US gallons.
Bitter with a bit of Clusters; a half-ounce at 7% AA will get you ~15 IBU.
Ferment with an American lager strain like Wyeast 2035. Make sure you have the capability to properly lager. Perform a diacetyl rest before lagering for at least a month.
Filter and force-carbonate to ~3 volumes.
Light Lager is arguably one of the most difficult styles to brew well. I wish you luck!
Fort Christian Brewpub
St Croix, US Virgin Islands