Any beer better than Coors light

Of the thousands and thousands of beers that are present on the planet, I count no more than four that *aren't* better than Coors Light.
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Steve Jackson
Oh no you have reached the zenith of fine beer with your coors light.
Hell its not even as good as Coors, but anyone asking that question is beyond my help
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this is, by far, the dumbest post i have even seen in my life.
by the way, drinking your own urine is a little better than coors lite, but other than that, you're out of luck.
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On Tue, 15 Aug 2006 21:46:46 -0400, "Sam" wrote:
I needn't reply. All those mass-manufactured, pasteurised, chemical-ridden beers are poor quality.
If you like something light and refreshing, why not try a glass of the British wheat-beer "Dragon Fly", reminds me of grapefruit juice in flavour.
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Matt Probert
Be careful, tho'. You want the Coors Light from Colorado NOT the stuff that comes out of Virginia. AND, you must get it from the day shift canning line (or when Louie on nights is on vacation) but brewed on the night shift (but not during or immediately after a heavy rain- check the weather channel). Also, you want the 12 oz. cans from Canadian aluminum (unfortunately, you can't be sure that you're not getting some recycled stuff that might have come from Bud Light cans), not bottles or any other container. If you can only get bottles, make sure they're from the night shift, preferably the bottle has a cap from a newly open box, not one that's sat around between shifts. All the info in on the code on the bottom of the can (note- check the bottom of the can BEFORE you open it!).
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Since you didn't quote anything, are you referring to your own post, or the post that started this thread?
Do you often drink your own urine to compare against Coors Light? You seem to have first-hand knowledge.
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