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4.46 / 5 based on 8,464 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
Corona is my favorite beer and when the company came out with Corona light I absolutely fell in love with it. It has a great lime flavor and met all my expectations (fewer calories). Corona is a bit pricier than normal beers (coors, bud light) but is totally worth the extra bucks. Corona Light
Corona is a great light tasting beer! You can dress it up with salt and lime or just drink it naked, either way it comes out as pure perfection. This is one of my absolute favorite beers and one of the few I can actually drink. It’s not over powered by the yeast flavor by any means. It’s pure amazing beer.
I love Corona light. This is my summer drink with lime. I love going to the beach, relaxing and opening up a Corona. I've also poured into my travel mug to bring with me and haven't been let down. The light is more aligned with my lifestyle and is a good choice for those looking for something lighter.
In the summer, or warm weather, there is nothing like a cold Corona with fresh lime! Goes down smooth and is so refreshing. Great value at places like Walmart and target.
Love this beer when it's enjoyed ice cold on a hot day! Also don't feel as bad because it is less calories! Definitely prefer the taste of the beer in a bottle vs can!
I love it! Tasted lighter and fresher. My finance didn't like it because he said it was too light for him. He prefers the Corona Extra's bold taste with a lime. I felt that the price of Corona was affordable and inexpensive. I would be very willing to purchase it again.
It's a nice refreshing tasting beer. On the light side. It's not a real strong beer. I really enjoyed this beer. It has a wonderful deightful taste to the beer. Its a real nice beer to drink sitting out on the padio with yourself alone looking at the stars. Or with spending time with your friends.
One of the only beers I have ever been able to even drink. It's rare I can get past the smell of a beer but this one is much less heavy to me compared to other so I am able to finish about one.
I always think I'm going to really enjoy corona light, and I never really do. Something about the taste throws me off I think. If I'm going to drink a light beer, I'd MUCH prefer Michelob Ultra Light, or even Bud Light. Overall though, this beer is fine and fairly cheap and widely available.
For Mexican beers you cannot beat Coronas! I love the crisp refreshing taste. It’s great for summers by the pool, also love it on taco night etc. when we buy it we always go for barcardi limon to top off the top of the corona for “loaded” Coronas. It’s so good! I would high recommend Corona Light!
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