I had to be reminded of the beer choices; they were that bad. However, in my head the waitress said:
Most beers concentrate on their taste, but beers such as the ones listed above either taste bad or have little to no taste, so they have to resort to spending millions on marketing and gimmicks. Coors Light’s gimmick is the cold activated label. It started with just the mountains turning blue when the beer was cold, but now it’s a “2-stage cold activation”! The label now has two markings at the bottom; one for cold, and one for super cold. The mountains turn blue on super cold now I believe.
Super cold, ice cold, whatever the saying is, works for these light lagers because they don’t have much taste. It makes them easy to drink and numbs your taste buds. Beer really shouldn’t be quite so cold in order to be able to taste the flavors in them. So to Coors I say:
As for how Coors Light tastes and such? It doesn’t. You might as well be drinking water. There really is very little to taste in this beer, and that’s why super cold works here. Might as well chug these down as quickly as possible, because there’s nothing to enjoy while drinking it. On the other hand, it doesn’t have the bad tastes of Bud Light.
Unfortunately, I didn’t get the “opportunity” to have a Budweiser or a Miller Lite. As far as the three beers I did have, the “best” (using that term very loosely here) was Michelob Ultra. Coors Light is not a bad choice, but it’s about as enjoyable as water. Bud Light? No. Just no.