The beer pours a light, pale golden in color, with a quarter-inch of foamy head that dissipates rather quickly. It is amply carbonated. The aroma is fairly light, sweet, a bit of malt grain, and a slight hint of green apple. The taste was better than expected. It does drink very light, but has some malt, cornbread, and a touch of hop bitterness. Many beers of this "caliber" have metallic, sour, heavy green apple or other off tastes and aromas. This is a solid cheap American adjunct lager. I would take it over most beers of its price range, but also over Coors Light, Busch, Budweiser, etc. on most days.
Light - The beer pours straw golden in color with a half inch of tight and vigorous white head that leaves a fair amount of lacing down the glass. It has a whirlwind of carbonation in the glass. The aroma is very light grain, corn, with a light grassy/floral aroma that approaches, but does not arrive at, light green apple. The taste is very light grain and very light lager hoppiness. The head settles down to a creaminess over the slightly watery mouthfeel of the beer. Of the two, I prefer the regular.