Drink Yuengling Traditional Lager

Yuengling Traditional Lager

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20101005: [20110616]
I found a file in which I wrote:
(Since 1829) Yuengling Traditional Lager (Original Amber Beer)(by America's Oldest Brewery)(12 FL OZ)(D.G. yuengling & Son, Inc. Pottsville, PA 17901) [Can]
= The taste is okay. Neither bitter nor fizzy. Maybe my mouth was dry from working out. I thought I liked Yuengling as a common beer you get at a bar, but maybe I like Blue Moon better.

My friend sent me a text saying "For the record, I prefer Yuengling to Blue Moon." At first I thought our opinions differed, but from my Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat post, I made it clear to myself that I also prefer Yuengling to Blue Moon Belgian White.

20110203: [20110420]
I wrote: "Light smell. Yuengling Traditional Lager. 12. Not bitter. Light, but good. Better than Bud for sure."

This beer was from Maxie's Pizza Bar & Grille. My friend and I were gonna get it on tap, but the bar ran out. The Yuengling came after I had a Heavy Seas Loose Cannon and a mixed drink, so that might have affected the taste.

20110206: [20110420]
Superbowl! Sinan and I watched the game at Hopkins Deli, enjoy it with food and a six-pack of Yuengling. As you can see from the picture, I had an order of chicken wings and a slice of pizza. I don't remember anymore, but I probably had two bottles of Yuengling.

20110308: [20110420][20150117 Edit]
Two cups, each from a different pitcher of Yuengling at PJ's Pub.

I wrote "Yuengling. Two cups. There's somewhat of a bad aftertaste."

Don't take that comment negatively, because I definitely enjoy Yuengling. One possibility is that beer might taste differently from the tap than out of the bottle. Another is the food I ordered might not have been compatible with the beer.

20110506: [20110524]
I wrote: "Yuengling cup. Regular." Translation: Yuengling is great beer to have while socializing with friends over dinner. Especially over crab at L. P. Steamers.

Website Information:
An Iconic American Lager famous for its rich amber color and medium-bodied flavor - with roasted caramel malt for a subtle sweetness and a combination of cluster and cascade hops, this true original delivers a well-ballanced taste with very distinct character.


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