coors lightIt will slow you down, you know.

One can of it might not, but if you start driving two cans north of the Silver Bullet, it will slow you down.

Describing how one tastes is a pointless exercise. You’re not drinking a can of Coors Light because of the way it tastes. You know it. We know it. Hell, even Coors knows it.

But that hasn’t knocked Coors Light from its throne as one of one of America’s favorite beers.

Brewed in the mountains of Colorado, it’s crisp and clean, and with an ABV of just 4.2 precent, which makes it easy to drink.

And that’s why you’re drinking one: because it’s easy to drink.

So order up some smoked meat, order a can of the Silver Bullet and toast last summer’s river rafting trips, and the camping trips from the summer before and, of course, toast your dad, because there’s a 33.3 percent chance that a can of Coors is his go-to beer.

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