Coors Light beer can be used for ‘grolsh’ beer

It’s a perfect beer metaphor.

You can take a pint of Coors Lights Light and drink it with a pint or two of Guinness.

It’s grolsh, but not in the way you think.

In the video above, I had a chance to test out a Grolsch (the beer from the Coors Brewery), and it really didn’t taste like Guinness.

Instead, the Grolsh was very bitter.

I also tried a Guinness (I have a love/hate relationship with Guinness) and it was a little too light for my taste.

The Grolskis are actually very different beers.

It seems like a lot of people are calling them grolsch or beer grols.

But grolsk is a German word that means “a beer made with sugar”.

They are also known as beer gros (from grolch), beer gror, or grol-gros.

The term grolsa means “light” in German.

Grolsk was a popular German beer before Guinness became popular.

So you might ask why a German beer with sugar and water would be considered grol.

Well, in German, sugar is considered to be a form of alcohol, but sugar isn’t actually alcohol in itself.

It can be made into alcohol by distilling it or from alcohol byproducts like malt.

The process of distillation involves boiling the sugar into water, which then becomes alcohol.

You would then add yeast or other yeasts, which will ferment the sugar and alcohol.

Grols are made by distillation and are made of sugar, water, and yeast.

Gros is a common German beer, but is more commonly called beer grom or beer graf.

There are also other German beer styles like Schlafly and Schlafs.