Coors Banquet Beer

Second beer of the night last night was the house beer, Coors Banquet Beer.  My father-in-law drinks “rocky mountain spring water” pretty much for every meal.  Ok… maybe not, but I think he would if he could… right Ferrin? 🙂  Anyhow, I will probably drink my own 24 pack by the time we leave here, so really I can’t say too many bad things.  If I had to buy macro brew on a consistent basis, this would probably be it.

From the get go, Coors is a beer you know you can drink.  It isn’t really strong and it doesn’t have any major league memorable flavor, but it isn’t bitter and it has some taste, so it actually does pretty good in going with just about anything you might be drinking or eating.

Oh, and the background of the picture is a small munition just in case folks in Utah go a little crazy…

JBB6 Rating: Middle of the Road

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3 Responses to Coors Banquet Beer

  1. Jeff says:

    Coors was way popular with the bikers back in the day. Since it is still around today then the makers of Coors must be doing something right. The five percent alcohol level doesn’t hurt either. All things considered, Coors is not a bad beer. Is there such a thing as bad beer? I dunno. I never turned down a beer by any name. Coors is an American beer which means it is light/pale/watery just like most of the rest. Of course anyone who just gets off the boat from Bavaria is likely to be disappointed by Coors. Too bad, I suppose. The next boat back to Bavaria leaves at noon.

  2. dugpark says:

    It is funny… most people I know that drink American beer like Coors or Coors Light. It really isn’t that bad… had one last night in fact. Thanks for reading and commenting!

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