I love a good lager, the kind of beer that just hits home with a smooth easy taste and no surprises. Sometimes, however, lagers can get a little too weighty and I feel like you shouldn't always have to feel like you have drunk a double bacon cheeseburger and fries. So the question becomes, what kind of beer should I look for? Well if you guessed a light beer you are right obviously. Now Yuengling has been a top brewer on the east coast covering twenty-two states however, with their partnership with Molson Coors, they have started their western expansion starting in texas as of august 2021. So today I opted for something on the lighter side of their current spread available in Texas, Yuengling's premium light lager Yuengling flight.
Flight has the chops for a light beer with 2.6 grams of carbs, 95 calories, and a cool 4.2 percent abv. This brew has a light flavor and a crisp finish which leads to an easy-drinking experience.
Now full disclosure, I have tested this beer at the 2021 San Antonio beer festival in mid-October and I have wanted to revisit it. So far at both times, I have had a nice time with this beer. Flight can be a dependable go-to choice for a light beer with low carbs, calories, and a nice abv percentage allowing for a good time without that feeling that you are losing out or guilt from having a beer or two. This brew is cookout beer material and from what I found pairs nicely with seafood and chicken. If you are looking for a good light beer go out and give this one a try.
As always please drink responsibly.