Chick Beer?

I am a woman. I love beer. I love stouts, porters, ambers, IPAs, dubbels, tripels, pilsners, wits, reds, browns and just about every other style you can think of. If it’s beer, I’ll try it. There’s not a style out there, in the craft beer world, for which I cannot find a redeeming quality. Read some of my beer reviews and see for yourself. Being that I’m a woman who loves beer, how is it the Chick Beer is just for me?

It’s described as a “craft-brewed light beer that doesn’t taste like a light beer” but until I taste it for myself, I have my doubts. It’s hard for me to imagine a 97-calorie beer tasting like anything but a light beer. Don’t get me wrong – I’ll give it a chance and all, I just don’t have high hopes. I’m also a tad irked at being lumped into a group who apparently favors low calorie content to flavor and style. Saying that this beer is what women want is kind of like saying that Americans drink Budweiser. Both may be true for some women/Americans, but it’s not true for all. In fact, a growing population of women/Americans might truly beg to differ.

Chick Beer

I find the brand is being marketed in a rather corny way (case in point: “Witness the Chickness”) which further turns me off. All the same, I would like to know if anyone out there has tried Chick Beer. If you’ve tasted it, what are your honest thoughts? Men, feel free to chime in too.


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