This beer of San Antonio, Texas used to be by the Lone Star Brewing Company. It is now a Pabst brand. Adolphus Busch built the "Lone Star Brewery" in 1884, and its Champion beer was rebranded in 1940 as Lone Star Beer.
The beer pours golden and yellow in
color. There is over an inch of white head, but it is not long
lasting. The aroma is cooked grains, and some cooked vegetable, a bit
grassy, a bit bready, a touch of sweet. The taste follows the aromas,
but the aromas are better than the taste. The taste is some kind of
cooked grain, root veg mush. There is little to no bitterness on the
finish. The beer drinks light with a stinging carbonation. This is
not very good, even as adjunct lagers go.