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4.46 / 5 based on 8,470 Reviews
Corona Light is a pilsner-style lager with a uniquely refreshing taste—brewed for outstanding light flavor with a crisp, clean finish. Its pleasant, fruity-honey aroma and distinctive hop flavor make it a favorite of those seeking a light beer that’s full of flavor. Corona Light’s naturally easy-drinking style makes it perfect for pairing with spicy and citrus-infused dishes.see more...
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- "Especially on a hot summer day and you squeeze in a little piece of lime and shake it up a little to let it marinate... best beer I've ever had." in 22 reviews
- "Easy to drink, especially with a lime wedge, and perfect with fajitas, enchiladas, or just some chips and salsa in the backyard!" in 17 reviews
- "These are usually my go to beer during the summer so light, crisp and refreshing especially when served ICE COLD with a piece of lime on a hot hot summer day." in 14 reviews
- "This has become my favorite beer for BBQs, Poolparties and lounging with friends on hto summer days!" in 11 reviews
- "I have to say I prefer the regular to the lite, but if it's ice cold and with a squeeze of lime, this lite beer tastes pretty good." in 10 reviews
Personally I only like to drink this with the line and when it’s cold because after the beer becomes warm it does not taste half as good however the packaging is extremely appealing to the eye and I would highly recommend this to others who are interested in going to the beach or just having a fun vacation is definitely a chill vibe while drinking
I love these with a hint of lime and chips and guac! there’s no better beer to drink when indulging in some tex mex. the price is great and i won’t drink anything else with chips and guacamole or queso!!!
I don’t mind this, however, it’s not my favorite Corona. Of course the classic is always great. If I’m purchasing a Corona light, I would much rather prefer the new Corona Premier. This one is just okay.
Corona Light is just a classic. A little less heavy than a Corona Extra, while still being able to satisfy the need for a crisp, airy summer beer. Plus, saving on calories (and alcohol content) is always a nice bonus. I like to end my nights on Corona Light with a lime, as it allows me to keep drinking without going overboard.
You. Can. Never. Go. Wrong. with. a. Cold. Corona. with. Lime. I mean hello! Whether you're sitting by the beach or at the pool, or looking for a better to go with Mexican food or something spicy, Corona will never let you down. I love that they make the baby bottles now too if you're trying not to drink a ton of beer!
Corona Light is my beer of choice. I am not a huge beer drinker, but when I do enjoy one I prefer a light beer. Corona Light is great alone, but it is even better when paired with a lime. We always keep some in the fridge for when we have guests over, and it is our must-pack beer for tailgates.
This is a great light beer and definitely my favorite contender in the game right now. This is very refreshing and light on the calories. Has great flavor for a light beer and taste amazing with a lime.
Love this beer, great with a lime or lemon slice. Great pricing, it’s always at our parties. No cinco de mayo or Mexican Tuesday is complete without corona and margaritas! Mix the two for a great drink!
Corona Light is my go to for when I want to enjoy a nice, light and refreshing beer! Love pairing with a lime, for a splash of flavor! I always have a case of Corona on hand in the summer. Perfect for grill outs, games, and a good time-- not to mention, less calories! (Which means I can fill up on more burgers and brats!)
Put a lime in this baby and you’re good to go, my favorite beer something light and not to filling to where you feel sick always my go to when sitting on the beach here in NC.
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