Most Hated Beer(s)?

harty83

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Not necessarily the worst you've ever had, because you know better than to go back to that well. More like the macrobrew that you hate that always seems to turn up as the only option at a party, or the craft beer or import that everyone seems to love, but you just don't get it.

For me:
Rolling Rock
Bud Light
Michelob Ultra
 

Tre4ISU

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Miller Lite

I cannot understand how anyone drinks that stuff, let alone makes it their drink of choice.
 

roundball

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New Glarus Spotted Cow. People act like it's ambrosia, but it's very ho-hum (their Moon Man is a much better beer).

I think the "only available in Wisconsin" exclusivity adds some mystique, sort of like New Belgium and Templeton Rye before they were available all over the place.
 

weR138

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Not necessarily the worst you've ever had, because you know better than to go back to that well. More like the macrobrew that you hate that always seems to turn up as the only option at a party, or the craft beer or import that everyone seems to love, but you just don't get it.

For me:
Rolling Rock
Bud Light

Michelob Ultra
We're tracking. To me, RR has the aftertaste of what I'd assume nail polish remover tastes like. Hate BL too.
 

harty83

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Miller Lite

I cannot understand how anyone drinks that stuff, let alone makes it their drink of choice.
When I was young, my dad always drank Coors Light. Then when I was a teenager he switched to MGD lite. Now he always gets Miller Lite. While I don't completely hate it, I still like the other two options better.
 

Doc

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Aug 6, 2006
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Miller Lite

I cannot understand how anyone drinks that stuff, let alone makes it their drink of choice.
I did a cheap beer taste test (not all-encompassing) , and Miller Lite performed pretty well.

The consensus worst beers we tried were:

Keystone Light
Rolling Rock
Milwaukee's Best
 

huntt26

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New Glarus Spotted Cow. People act like it's ambrosia, but it's very ho-hum (their Moon Man is a much better beer).

I think the "only available in Wisconsin" exclusivity adds some mystique, sort of like New Belgium and Templeton Rye before they were available all over the place.
Moon Man is fantastic.
 

roundball

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Not necessarily the worst you've ever had, because you know better than to go back to that well. More like the macrobrew that you hate that always seems to turn up as the only option at a party, or the craft beer or import that everyone seems to love, but you just don't get it.
Sometimes I wonder if this is the only thing keeping Bud Light in business. Honestly. Every type of large gathering, from Super Bowl parties to business conferences to wedding receptions inevitably serves Bud Light because they have to cater to the lowest common denominator.

Similarly, if an event like that feels they need to have at least one import option, it's always Heineken. I can just see the organizers thinking "well, we should have something upscale and fancy, too...Heineken's from Germany or something, let's go with that!"
 

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