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Old 08-17-2011, 08:36 PM   #1
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Default From The Oldest Brewery In America: Yuengling Lager

The taste wasn't complex, but it did have more to offer than your regular American lager. I experienced sweet malt in the front and middle. In the back end, I was hit with this lemony/salty flavor that surprisingly wasn't off putting. This was light to medium body with a thin watery texture. Carbonation feel was soft that went well with the lemony finish.

All in all, this was a pretty decent beer. For around six dollars a six pack, you really can do worse. I definitely see myself buying a 6-12 pack of this and watching a sporting event or busting it out for a tailgate.





For those people that have had tried it, What do you think of this lager?
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Old 08-17-2011, 08:50 PM   #2
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I like it. It is a good beer but last time I drank more than two I had a hangover. For the record my homebrew has never given me a hangover no matter what the quantity.

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Old 08-17-2011, 09:03 PM   #3
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Given the choice between yuengling and BMC (like on the golf courses in Myrtle Beach), I'll take a yuengling every time

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Yuengling leaves me with a nasty after taste. It's wildly popular here here though, so I guess I'm one of few

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yuengling Lager, was my Cheaper Beer to drink for years......... Till I started to HOMEBREW. Now I just buy it for production beer drinking. LMAO The yuengling Black n Tan is still OK with me. All I can say is, Every brew I have done soo far.....Tastes 20 times better than yuengling.

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