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Bud Light Golden Wheat.

Poured into a pint glass.

A: Pours a hazy amber color. Nice two finger width head that fades before too long, leaving behind pretty minimal lacing.

S: A pleasant grainy scent with hints of citrus and coriander with hints of wheat.

T: Very similar to the scent. Flavors of grain and wheat with citrus. A nice hint of spice as well. Pretty similar to Blue Moon.

M: Light body. Pretty moderate carbonation.

D: This is an easy one to drink. A step above Bud Light.

Pretty good choice. Better than what I was expecting.

Serving type: bottle

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I went with Edmund Fitzgerald.

Edmund Fitzgerald is THICK.

Like drinking a meal, not as filling as Sam Adams, but close.

And a wild blue or two.

Wild blue is delicious blueberry lager, that has 9% alcohol.

Probably one of my new favorites.

You think it's thicker than Sam Adams?

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And what should I try?

That is a million dollar question.

Ha.

Honestly some people just don't like beer, but there's soooo many different kinds of beer if I were you I'd try them all. That's my goal.

Like Pokémon.

Uhhhh.

I had an ex who hated beer, but she drank all my cherry wheat every time I got it.

Landshark is pretty good, its sweet.

Idk.

I don't know what you have tried.

When I was younger we all just drank cheap beer, bud light, natty. Busch, and I never met anyone who said those were there favorite tasting beers.

I mentioned it earlier, but i really like wild blue.

It doesn't really taste like beer.

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Agreed, Sam Adams is among the better American breweries.

I enjoyed my first Two Hearted Ale the other night, anyone else?

Two Hearted is one of my favorites, but I've been having it less lately since Bells 6-packs are going for $10+ here.

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Hoppy Lager- a collaboration with Ballast Point- is an excellent limited edition beer that tastes as you would expect given the name. Sculpin IPA from Ballast Point is very good as well.

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