A recent AP article in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, One of America's Great Newspapers, was discussing how beers with more alcohol and flavor were increasing their market share. Which is all good, considering the lack of flavor in what most Americans call "beer."
But then the article went on to describe Budweiser, Coors Light and Miller High Life as "Premium Beers." Scott's Spot looked up "premium" on the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, which defined it as "a high value or a value in excess of that normally or usually expected" which means that CoBudMiLob is not in fact a premium beer.
Let's face the facts. Bud, Coors and Coors Light, and Miller barely qualify as beer and have brought this situation on themselves because they have refused to brew and sell real beer.