While there are a number of kinds of beer that have specific, non-traditional flavor profiles, sometimes you just want a simple, sometimes sweet, thirst-quenching brews you just want to sit around and drink with your neighbors. Maybe it''s a crushable beer for an uncomfortable hot day, or a crisp beer for when you have been mowering the lawn all day, or a light beer to drink as the sun sets.
We''re talking about lagers, pilsners, pale ales, and any light, drinkable, crushable beer. First, there are several things you should know about easy-drinking beers. First, the price of the four-pack of 16-ounce cans is reasonable, thus you may get a sixer for less than $10. The second, however, many of the best options are surprisingly underrated or at the least not given the respect they deserve.
To honor the underdogs, we asked a handful of well-known craft beer professionals, brewers, and beer professionals to show us the best, most under-valued easy-drinking beers of all time. Keep reading to see all of their selections.
Jesse Mix, a regional manager of beer and soft drinks at Sprecher Brewing Company in Glendale, Wisconsin, has been appointed as the next manager.
ABV: 4.6 percent
$6 per six-pack average price
What is the significance of this beer?
Miller High Life, of course, is a 100-day nostalgia and a classic Milwaukee. It''s the first beer I ever had, and is still a staple in my fridge. This beer is great for just about anything, and it pairs well with just about everything. This is the beer you drink when you want to have a great time with family and friends, or you are just plain thirsty.