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Post  Maddox on 2011-01-02, 23:25

As some of you may already know about 4 years ago I made a switch from Coors Light to Keystone Light (I know all your real beer drinkers are foaming at the mouth to start cracking jokes). A friend of mine had convinced me to do a blind taste test saying that I wouldn't be able to tell the difference, he was right! Since then I have realized that in Delaware I can get 30 packs of "Stones" for $12.99 which is about $6.00 less than Coors so being the frugal person I am I am fully committed. So to get to the point of this story the first day I was in Puerto Rico I had to of course get stocked up on beer, while walking through the grocery store I happened upon a small treasure that I have been enjoying ever since I got here.....Keystone V9. After a little bit of research I have found this beer is only offered in PR and has been subbed out to a local brewery. Essentially we are talking the souped up version of Keystone with 5.9% alcohol and a sweet price tag of $7.99 for a 12 pack! Long story short I have now pounded through about 5 of these in the last 4 days and I am loving it! We have mixed in a few Medalla Lights which is the local beer of choice but that is for another story! If you get a chance to head over to PR make sure you give these a whirl!



For those of you Coors Light drinkers I challenge you to the blind taste test, I bet you can't tell the difference!

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Post  BIG J on 2011-01-03, 00:16

Maddox wrote:I have now pounded through about 5 of these in the last 4 days

Just to clarify further, that's 5 cases and it is oh so good!

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