Beer Review: LaCrosse Light
And it's anything but rough. This is a very light beer. I'm talking Miller Lite light. There is almost no flavor when it hits the tongue. It's like water. I notice on the bottle that it is "brewed with pure artesian water." I'm going to object to the word "brewed" in that phrase. I think they just dyed some water. Is that really a selling point anyway? I don't know many beer drinkers who are bending over backwards to find out what kind of water was used. I took a few more drinks so I could describe the aftertaste. Unfortunately, I've built up a tolerance to the aftertaste already. I vaguely remember it being sort of bitter. After about 5 or 6 sips, it's going down like water. Pure artesian water at that. LaCrosse Light is not very good. If for some unexplainable reason I want to drink a light beer, I'll drink something else. Leine's Amber Light is a good choice. It's also good for cooking brats. If you are offered a LaCrosse Light (its beautiful bottle has a picture of a river on it), pass. It's utterly forgettable.