Low-carb Coors Light

Has anyone heard about a new product by Coors that is going to be a low-carb beer? I'm only asking because I'm curious, not because I'm going to buy the product - I do still love my Guinness!
I have tried the Michelob Ultra during a Budweiser party at a local brewpub and found it metallic-tasting and watery. Just wondering what Coors' answer to this product will be.
Any news?
Kilikini
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kilikini
> > I have tried the Michelob Ultra during a Budweiser party at a local brewpub
Wow, some party and some brewpub that must have been...
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> > > > I have tried the Michelob Ultra during a Budweiser party at a local brewpub > > Wow, some party and some brewpub that must have been... >
yea really, a brewpub hosting a Bud party?!
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It was a bartender's birthday and the crew wanted the Bud Girls there. Even tho it's a brewpub, they still serve Bud.... And, they were giving Bud products away for free..... Free is usually good, at least IMO. Jeesh! > > > > I have tried the Michelob Ultra during a Budweiser party at a local brewpub > > Wow, some party and some brewpub that must have been... >
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> It was a bartender's birthday and the crew wanted the Bud Girls there. Even > tho it's a brewpub, they still serve Bud.... Sucks to be them. They could just brew a very pale light Kolsch-like ale. > And, they were giving Bud products away for free..... Free is usually good, > at least IMO. There are somethings that aren't worth taking, even for free. > Jeesh!
Furrfu! -- DGS
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DGS
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> Has anyone heard about a new product by Coors that is going to be a low-carb > beer? I'm only asking because I'm curious, not because I'm going to buy the > product - I do still love my Guinness!
Google News is your friend. It's called Aspen Edge.
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> I have tried the Michelob Ultra during a Budweiser party at a local brewpub I'm so sorry. Has trauma counseling helped? > and found it metallic-tasting and watery. But was it the *good* kind of metallic-tasting and watery? > Just wondering what Coors' answer > to this product will be. I don't know if Aspen Edge will be metallic-tasting and watery, but you know how it is, trying to follow a trend set by a market leader like Anheuser-Busch. > Any news?
Sure. I've not yet tasted Michelob Ultra, and hope to maintain the same sterling record with regard to Aspen Edge. -- DGS
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DGS
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dgs
> >> It was a bartender's birthday and the crew wanted the Bud Girls there. Even >> tho it's a brewpub, they still serve Bud.... > >Sucks to be them. They could just brew a very pale light Kolsch-like >ale. > >> And, they were giving Bud products away for free..... Free is usually good, >> at least IMO. > >There are somethings that aren't worth taking, even for free. >
Pay attention; he took one of the Bud Girls home for free.
Didn't he?
I mean, what else?
--Jeff Frane
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> > > Has anyone heard about a new product by Coors that is going to be a low-carb > > beer? I'm only asking because I'm curious, not because I'm going to buy the > > product - I do still love my Guinness! > > Google News is your friend. It's called Aspen Edge. >
I just gotta laugh at that. What a silly name. It sounds like a fictional beer name for a B-movie.
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