The color is a golden and light, and the flavor is relatively smooth. The head on this is fairly light and airy.
There is more of a bitter taste to the Milwaukee's when compared to some other beers in the low carb / light arena, but some people do enjoy having that flavor. There weren't any bad aftertastes, and the mouth feel and body were reasonably good.
Milwaukee's Best is typically considered a low cost beer that you buy in 12-packs (or larger) - a good option for parties or other large gatherings.
This isn't a style that I personally love, but I did appreciate its balance and flavor. We all have different taste buds and that's a fine thing.
I've been reviewing Milwaukee's Best Light for over ten years now. Across that time the flavor has stayed the same, the carb count is the same, and all the values are the same. They get kudos for nailing a recipe and sticking with it. That's a good sign for fans of this series.
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