Beers from the United States N - R

Natural Light Beer - This light beer has a pleasing aroma, introduced in 1977 as the first reduced-calorie beer produced by Anheuser-Busch.

New Amsterdam New York Amber Beer - Blending American originality with fine Old World brewing techniques, this amber beer uses the most expensive ingredients to create what has been called one of the finest beers in the world.

Nor'Wester Blacksmith Porter - This dark British style beer is brewed using chocolate malts to create a stout with a rich, coffee-like flavor.

Old Milwaukee - Crafted with genuine malted barley, pure water, cereal grains, and selected hops, Old Milwaukee is both brewed and bottled by the Stroh Brewery Company in Detroit, Michigan.

Perry's Majestic Lager Beer - Brewed from rich grains of organically grown barley and hops, Perry's Majestic Lager Beer is bottled for the Riverosa Company Inc. NY under license by Frankemuth Brewing, Inc.

Pete's Wicked Ale - A pleasant example of a brown ale, Pete's Wicked Ale is described as "the original American brown ale."

Rattlesnake Premium Beer - This premium beer is handmade with pure artesian well water and all natural ingredients to assure a smooth taste.

Red Dog - By combining two malts and five different varieties of hops, Red Dog is brewed for full-flavor while providing an uncommonly smooth premium beer.

Red Ridge Ale - Brewed using the finest barley malts, hops, yeast, and water found in America, Red Ridge Ale is produced by the Rainbow Ridge Brewing Co. in Evansville, IN.

Rogue American Amber Ale - This ale has a surprising aroma of coffee, traces of maple, and a smooth malt character informed by the generous use of hops.

Rolling Rock Extra Pale - Brewed using choice hops, malted barley, corn rice, and mountain spring water, Rolling Rock beer is the product of many years of brewing tradition, and has come to be known as one of the most popular beers in America.

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