Miller Lite Beer, American Lager, 12 Pack, 12 fl. oz. Bottles, 4.2% ABV
Details Ingredients Hops. Product features Miller Lite established the light beer category in 1975 and introduced the perfect balance of lightness and flavor nationally. It’s a real Pilsner, brewed to have more color and taste with only 96 calories per 12oz. Since day one, our mission has been to deliver uncompromising quality through a great-tasting American Lager. Miller Lite is a golden light beer with deep flavor, yet is delicately balanced to be light on calories. Our unique process is more time consuming, but has earned us more gold medals for taste than any other light beer. Miller Lite is brewed for more taste with only 96 calories and 3.2g of carbs, making it a great pilsner for every life event. In the summer, enjoy Miller Lite on a hot day, at a music festival or during holidays like the 4th of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day or Father's Day. It's also the perfect beer to accompany sporting events such as Football, Basketball, Baseball and NASCAR. Tailgating or hosting a BBQ with friends? Make sure to have Miller Lite on hand. Don't forget to bring the original light beer to your favorite holiday party (and maybe one of our Ugly Holiday Sweaters) to enjoy with friends. Available in cans and bottles in various pack sizes: 6 pack, 8 pack, 9 pack, 12 pack, 15 pack, 18 pack, 20 pack, 24 pack, 28 pack, 30 pack, 36 pack. Miller Lite is the original light beer brewed for more taste American style pilsner with a subtle malt flavor, soft bitterness and a crisp finish Light calorie beer at only 96 calories with 3.2g of carbs per 12 fl. oz. serving From hosting BBQs to cheering on your favorite team to spending time with your buds, Miller Lite is the perfect light session beer for the occasion The original and most gold medal awarded light beer. More taste. Half the carbs of Bud Light. Light & Refreshing with 4.2% ABV Special Features Taste protector cap
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.