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1A. Lite American Lager
Aroma: Little to no malt aroma, although it can be grainy, sweet or
corn-like if present. Hop aroma may range from none to a light, spicy
or floral hop presence. Low levels of yeast character (green apples,
DMS, or fruitiness) are optional but acceptable. No diacetyl.
Appearance: Very pale straw to pale yellow color. White, frothy head
seldom persists. Very clear.
Flavor: Crisp and dry flavor with some low levels of sweetness. Hop
flavor ranges from none to low levels. Hop bitterness at low level.
Balance may vary from slightly malty to slightly bitter, but is relatively
close to even. High levels of carbonation may provide a slight acidity
or dry "sting." No diacetyl. No fruitiness.
Mouthfeel: Very light body from use of a high percentage of adjuncts
such as rice or corn. Very highly carbonated with slight carbonic bite
on the tongue. May seem watery.
Overall Impression: Very refreshing and thirst quenching.
Comments: A lower gravity and lower calorie beer than standard
international lagers. Strong flavors are a fault. Designed to appeal to
the broadest range of the general public as possible.
Ingredients: Two- or six-row barley with high percentage (up to 40%)
of rice or corn as adjuncts.
Vital Statistics: OG: 1.030 – 1.040
IBUs: 8 – 12 FG: 0.998 – 1.008
SRM: 2 – 3 ABV: 3.2 – 4.2%
Commercial Examples: Miller Lite, Bud Light, Coors Light, Amstel
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