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View Poll Results: Does the Homebrewing population like Miller Lite or Bud Light better?
Bud Light 52 33.12%
Miller Lite 105 66.88%
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Old 08-06-2006, 12:59 AM   #11
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I actually like Miller products and cannot stand and would rather drink nothing if my only choice was a Bud product . . .

Then again I was born and raised in Milwaukee and we are weened on Miller here. I still drink Miller every now and again like at festivels (thats all that is available around here, ordanence is if it's not Wisconsin brewed it's not sold at the festivels or Miller Park) or for breakfast after a nasty shift at work. MGD is a nice light beer after you just worked 24 - 48 hours and dont really want to drink something heavier
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Old 08-06-2006, 01:01 AM   #12
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Heard on the radio the other day that a poll was done of homosexual Americans asking about their favorite products. The #1 beer was Bud Light. Not that there's anything wrong with HA's, especially some of the women. Just thought that was an interesting fact. Bet if you polled the entire population, Bud Light would come up in the top three.

I vote Miller Lite. I used to drink it all the time until I discovered PBR.
PBR is the best macrobrew in N.America.

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Old 08-06-2006, 05:32 AM   #13
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I voted thinking this:

I go to a party and they have two coolers of free beer (yea FREE)...one of Miller Lite and one of Bud Light.

Hmm, do I drink a Bud Light? Something that tastes like rotten piss that has aged in a fat old Norweigan woman's wooden shoe?

Or do I drink a Miller Lite? It kinda "tastes" like beer... Has a decent after-taste for being a BMC...

I'll take a Miller Lite.
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Old 08-06-2006, 05:51 AM   #14
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I voted thinking this:

I go to a party and they have two coolers of free beer (yea FREE)...one of Miller Lite and one of Bud Light.

Hmm, do I drink a Bud Light? Something that tastes like rotten piss that has aged in a fat old Norweigan woman's wooden shoe?

Or do I drink a Miller Lite? It kinda "tastes" like beer... Has a decent after-taste for being a BMC...

I'll take a Miller Lite.

HAHA that was a hilarious description of Bud Light. I fully agree with this statement. I don't know what it is about that beer, but it doesn't taste like beer. Its got a really weak/bitter taste to it I think, but its hard to pinpoint exactly what it is I'm tasting.

 
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Old 08-06-2006, 06:43 AM   #15
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I actually like Miller products and cannot stand and would rather drink nothing if my only choice was a Bud product . . .

Then again I was born and raised in Milwaukee and we are weened on Miller here. I still drink Miller every now and again like at festivels (thats all that is available around here, ordanence is if it's not Wisconsin brewed it's not sold at the festivels or Miller Park) or for breakfast after a nasty shift at work. MGD is a nice light beer after you just worked 24 - 48 hours and dont really want to drink something heavier
All too true. I grew up a Miller fan. Miller Lite was the beer of choice in my younger years--I eventually moved onto High Life and MGD. Now I'm a snob.

However, I've been known to buy a case of cans of MGD or High Life. Still to this day there is NOTHING better in this world than an ice cold miller product out of a can while mowing the lawn or working on the vehicle in the driveway.

Come over to my house right now and you'll find a fridge pack of MGD.
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Old 08-06-2006, 07:51 AM   #16
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This is an intersting thread. As a Canadian, I grew up on Molson and Labatt products, and viewed beers from the states with incredible disdain (except for imported Coors for some reason.) Lite beers up here aren't pushed as hard as they are in the states either and it never really enters into my thought process when picking up a 12er for hot summer days.
I'm still abstaining from the vote, though I will say Kokanee or Molson Pilsener are my swill-choices, and often have one of them on hand.
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Old 08-06-2006, 12:05 PM   #17
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very loud and resonating....'BUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUURRRRRP PPPPPP'

Sorry..... now that felt good... uhhh.... neither.
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Old 08-06-2006, 12:39 PM   #18
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though I will say Kokanee or Molson Pilsener are my swill-choices, and often have one of them on hand.
Man, ice cold Kokanee is a teriffic thing. We used to get it in NY.

On topic, to me Miller Lite has more/better flavor than Bud Light.
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Old 08-06-2006, 02:15 PM   #19
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Heard on the radio the other day that a poll was done of homosexual Americans asking about their favorite products. The #1 beer was Bud Light...
You heard wrong...that was Butt Light.
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Old 08-06-2006, 04:29 PM   #20
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I've never tried either, but Coors lite is good for brining sausage. PBR seems to be the leading choice for boiling brats. Maybe it's old age creeping up, but I'm having trouble remembering when and what I last had from BMC.
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