Can I use light beer for corned beef?

Chef's answer
You can use any beer you like for and the flavor will change somewhat accordingly. I usually use the cheapest or most plentiful beer I happen to have on hand, usually something like Coors Light or Keystone Light.7 Mar 2013
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