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6 Beers You Should And Shouldn’t Drink

The main issue? It doesn’t taste good. Because Heineken is imported, it has to travel long distances. Unfortunately, its signature green glass bottle doesn’t protect the liquid inside from damaging sunlight, leading it to develop a second, much more unfortunate signature: a skunky, musty flavor. With so much great beer available these days, why bother drinking something if it tastes like crap?

Need further evidence that buying Heineken means you’re wasting your money …and your taste buds? Their biggest announcement of late has been the release of a zero-alcohol beer with 69 calories. Yeah, not exactly a direct competition with anything you’d find in the craft beer market.

Online reviews are easy to make fun of, but the truth is that most of us put a lot of stake in what we read on the good ol’ interwebs. In fact, one study showed that 84 percent of survey respondents said that they trusted online reviews as much as they would trust a friend’s recommendation. So, that begs the question …why would anyone drink Coors Light, an abysmal beer that has a rating of 2.04 out of 5 from more than 5,000 reviews on Beer Advocate and an even worse 0 out of 5 rating from over 2,000 reviews on Rate Beer?

This is an easy one to pin down. Basically, it just tastes… well… bad. Coors Light may have been the second best selling beer in the country in 2018, but that doesn’t mean you have to buy it. It just means that a whole lot of Americans were duped the same way.

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