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Home > Beer Reviews > USA > Anheuser-Busch > Natural Light

Natural Light

Anheuser-Busch

Steve: This is the poster child for Trailer Park Beers. If you live in a house that had to have the wheels removed, if you were ever on an episode of "Cops" while wearing a wifebeater T-shirt, if gardening involves tractor tires painted white, laid flat on your yard, and filled with potting soil, or if you call anybody a Yankee who lives north of the Arkansas River, then you probably have some of this in your fridge...which is probably sitting on your porch (so you can get at it quicker while shooting rodents from your deck chair). This "beer" makes Budweiser sound good. Contrary to my previous review, I'm embarrassed to say I have tried this, when I was in college 10 years ago. My review? It sucked. Even by college student standards, and I knew guys who would drink Boone's Farm and Mad Dog in a pinch. No taste, no body, no redeeming factors. Not even a decent alcohol content. If you drink it for economical reasons, I can certainly sympathize...Old Style was my "budget beer." If you drink this because you think it tastes better than other beers, then you need to start going to meetings, because you've got a problem. I know many of you will have a problem with this assessment, and I look forward to your comments in our Guestbook. If you would like suggestions for better "budget beers," I will be happy to share my knowledge. (8/24/2002)
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Guest Review - KennyNC: After thoughtful consideration, I rank Natural Light as my nineteenth favorite beer. My eighteenth favorite is Dying of Thirst. (8/24/2002)
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All reviewed beers from Anheuser-Busch:
Anheuser World Select
Anheuser-Busch Redbridge Beer
BE aka "B to the E"
Bacardi Silver
Bacardi Silver Limon
Bud Ice
Bud Ice Light
Bud Light
Budweiser
Budweiser (Canada)
Budweiser American Ale
Budweiser Select
Busch
Busch Light
Busch N/A
Killarney's Red Lager
Land Shark Lager
Michelob
Michelob Amber Bock
Michelob Dunkelweisse
Michelob Golden Pilsner
Michelob Hefeweizen
Michelob Honey Lager
Michelob Light
Michelob Pale Ale
Michelob Ultra
Natural Light
O'Doul's
O'Doul's Amber
Stone Mill Pale Ale
Tequiza
Wild Hop Organic Lager
Ziegenbock


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