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Rolling Rock is a 4.5% abv pale lager launched in 1939 by the Latrobe Brewing Company. Although founded as a local beer in Western Pennsylvania, it was marketed aggressively and eventually became a national product. The brand was sold to Anheuser-Busch of St. Louis, Missouri, in mid 2006, which transferred brewing operations to New Jersey.


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review by . December 30, 2009
AB ruined this beer.
I used to love Rolling Rock but something happened to it.  I bought a six pack recently and it tasted different.  I don't like the new taste.  There's something different about it and it's not for the better.  I used to enjoy the taste and flavor of Rolling Rock until AB decided to change it.  I wished Latrobe didn't sell out to AB because I really miss the original version.  I guess they're not using spring water in the brew anymore because it really made a difference.  …
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