Now brewed in St. Louis, Missouri, Rolling Rock Extra Pale remains a Pennsylvania icon

Originally produced in the small town of Latrobe, Pennsylvania, Rolling Rock was rolled out in 1939.

The mysterious number 33 that is imprinted prominently on its label has sparked numerous theories as to its significance. While some believe it's a reference to the year Prohibition was repealed, others claim it's the number of batches Latrobe test-brewed before arriving at a final recipe. The brewers themselves acknowledge that it's the exact number of words in the beer's pledge of quality. Whatever the real story may be, the truth is that this classic American lager — a blend of pale barley malt, rice and corn — delivers smooth, full-flavored taste while only imparting 130 calories and 9.8 grams of carbohydrates.

Calories: 130

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Beer type : American Adjunct Lager Price: $7 for six-pack 12 oz. ABV: 5.1%


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