QBCBC 5: Coors Light

The Quest for the Best Cheap Beer in a Can continues, episode 5: Coors Light

There comes a point in one’s life where you have to ask is what I do worth it? This is one of those turning point in the QBCBC.

% Alcohol: 4.2

Price: $18.79/30 pack = $0.63/12 oz. can

Punch: 4.2%/$0.63=6.67

Color: Stale urine, like the kind that lines the gutters of State College, PA, after the Nittany Lions crush Michigan.

Aroma: Slightly floral, actually not too bad, possibly masking a horror the lies beneath.

First Sip: Smooth, like its water. Slight maltiness and more sweet than most of the other cheap beers in a can I’ve tried.

Aftertaste: Virtually nonexistent, just a sweet malty aftertaste.

Overall: It’s high punch is a character of its cheapness (the denominator) as opposed to its alcohol, which is on the lower end. Its smoothness is a factor of tastelessness. Its not horribly offensive in that it makes one gag, but its just not that good and I’m not into the sweetness that much. Also, it kind of gives me a headache which makes me wonder what is in there.

Score: 5/10

QBCBC 1: Schaefer Punch=7.93

QBCBC 2: Budweiser Punch=6.25

QBCBC 3: Bud Light Punch=4.52

QBCBC 4: Modelo Especial Punch=5.13

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4 Responses to QBCBC 5: Coors Light

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  2. Jade says:

    Are you going to compare Miller Lite in your taste test?
    The Bud Light in the aluminum can stored at 22F actually tastes pretty good!

  3. DrugMonkey says:

    The souls of dead fishies, that’s what is in there you..you…enabler, you.

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