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  • It's generally accepted to be a mild beer, lighter in taste, and lacking in flavor
  • However, the company should drop the C and let the name stand

    • by Emily Valentino
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      Cass, the premier beer of Korea. It’s generally accepted to be a mild beer, lighter in taste, and lacking in flavor. It’s the kind of beer perfect for drinking games as you can chug large

      amounts and never mind that your taste buds haven’t felt a thing. However, the company should drop the “C” and let the name stand. They say it’s “fresh” and “the sound of vitality,” but believe ...

      • me, after eleven months of this “beer,” I’d take a Millers or a Coors or a Corona anyday. They’ve tried coming out with a Cass Light and a Cass Red, but it’s just a cover-up
        for ruining a perfectly good fermenting process. Drop the “C. ” It may not be appropriate for your grandmother, but do you really want to tempt fate, knowing that her last beer might be that bad?




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