Replacement craft beers for Budweiser, Miller, Coors and Corona

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Beer geeks cringe when anyone reaches for a Budweiser, Miller Lite, Coors or Corona. But often the lost souls who consume these — let’s face it — tasteless brews don’t really know where to turn. With this in mind, the Tampa Tribune’s Jeff Houck  recently interviewed TaylorEason.com’s beer writer, Robb Larson, to find out the best craft “bridge” brews for drinkers of Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Corona Extra and Coors Light. Some choices might surprise you.

An excerpt from the Tampa Tribune, written by Jeff Houck:

We asked Mills and Robb Larson, beer columnist for the beverage blog TaylorEason.com, to take the five best-selling U.S. beer brands and match them with potential craft beer alternatives to help beer lovers discover an on-ramp to new flavors.

Larson says that if you’re into Bud Light, you may want to step up to the easy-drinking Yuengling Light from America’s oldest brewery, or the Hoegaarden Original White Ale from Belgium. “Yuengling Light especially is a good transition to craft beers for light beer drinkers,” he says…

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