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4.46 / 5 based on 8,412 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
My go-to light beer. Add a lime or two and I am in heaven. Such a crisp refreshing taste, this is always my first choice in the hot summer months. So tasty and light and doesn't leave me feeling bloated and full (so great when you want a few+).
This is my Fast and the Furious marathon beer. It's a smooth light beer. Great flavor and goes down easily and it's not to heavy and filling. It can be found almost anywhere are is super affordable. A go to beer
A good summer beer. Love it with a lime, per the norm. I do think there is a taste difference in Corona Light vs. Corona Extra. Not in a bad way? Just different. I’ve bought this many places but strangely had a hard time finding it along the east coast of Mexico. It’s light and fantastic though.
Corona Light is one of my favorite beers. We eat a ton of Mexican food in our house, so it goes great with a lime and salt. It's also just as good with burgers or pizza. And it's not crazy expensive or hard to find.
Has a very strong flavor, and very powerful. I believe you have to have an acquired taste for Coronas to enjoy. I didn't like them, even when at an almost ice cold temperature. I didn't find that the price was worth the drink. I probably wouldn't buy again, just look for a specialty beer instead.
With a lime slice or two, it just tastes like summer. I like that this light, yellow fizzy beer isn't too heavy. It's just refreshing. You really can't go wrong. It's just such a classic taste. I don't have a pallet for beer, but I could pick this one out in a blind taste test for sure.
Clear 12oz bottle into a Corsendonk tulip in California on 18th May 2016. Pale golden with a white head, clean, clear and bright body, no staying power in the head. Corn and lime aroma/taste: refreshing and an ideal ’sitting in the sun doing nothing’ sort of beer. Of all the Corona’s (I am no expert) I have had, this one I enjoyed the most.
Best summer beer for being by the pool or at the beach. Even better when added with a lime. It's refreshing and not heavy on your belly. You can drink a 6 pack and still feel good without a hangover! I recommend to anyone who drinks beer! Yummy!!!
By far my favorite summertime beer! So crisp and refreshing. Serve with the traditional lime wedge. Also, if I'm outside grilling, ill splash some of it on whatever I'm cooking to try to enhance the flavor. Definitely recommend to everypne reading!
Yum! This is a great light beer. Doesn't fill you up like regular beer and has a light and crisp flavor. A Lemmon or a lime can be added to the beer for a little extra flavor. Wouldn't really recommend mixing this with vegetables juice or olives
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