One Saturday we decided we were going to do a taste test of all six.
We split the fist bottle of Shiner Light. It was good and we both liked it as a "light" beer and noted it had more body and heft than other light beers we have had.
Mmm... Shiner Blonde, a golden lager with a distinct flavor. I must quote the web site here: "Although our Blonde owes its heritage to the German homeland, it represents the best of a true American lager. That's our Shiner Blonde – red, white and brewed." Ha, I love the red, white and brewed line.
This I knew I would love. I generally like Hefeweizen's, pronounced "Hef-ay-vite-zen" or "Heff" as I lovingly refer to it. It's so well rounded with honey, clover and orange and super refreshing on a hot summer day. This is a seasonal beer, so drink it while you see it on the shelf.
And the classic - Shiner Bock! No aftertaste, a totally smooth deep amber beer.
Oh, the other two? Yes, we did pick up the six pack... but after these four beers I stopped taking pictures for some reason. lol. We were having so much fun I got carried away with the tasting. I will say that I was pleasantly surprised with the Bohemian Black Beer with it's dark and complex flavors it was still really easy to drink. The Shiner Kosmos was one that I didn't like as much, but Jim liked it so he finished mine.
They have the cutest web site also, check it out: http://www.shiner.com/main.php