This week's Sunday Night Suds looks at Lionshead Light.
Lionshead is a product of the Lion Brewery of Wilkes Barre, PA which also produces the Lion and Stegmaier brands of beer.
The Lionshead Light is a typical light beer which means that it is a lager which is both light in color and taste. The beer pours a very pale gold with a small amount of lacing which disappears quickly. The beer does not have much in the way of taste and the watered down flavor does not linger, even right after swallowing the sip. The beer also has a very low alcohol content (3.9% abv).
Although the price point on this beer is very reasonable, I cannot not recommend the brew as it just does not taste like beer.
Lionshead Light is certified kosher by the OU, and there is an OU on the label. For the experts take on the Lionshead Light, please click here beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/150/24363.
As always, please remember to drink responsibly and to never waste good beer unless there is no designated driver.
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