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No they wouldn't because both are absolute piss.
I've given up on the word "piss" actually meaning anything when it comes to beers.
If "piss" means "flavourless" then that is not Tuborg.
Tuborg is medium flavoured and balanced hoppy and wheaty (pushing more toward wheaty, which is why I like it).
If "piss" means "tastes bad" then that is not Coors Light.
Coors Light is too mild to be considered offensive to anyone's taste buds.
Also it is quite wheaty and almost not at all hoppy.
If "piss" means sour, that applies to neither beer. Becasue no beer now a days is brewed sour unless you drink Berlinerweisse, which I can put my house on no one in this conversation having ordered on a night our or drink regularly.
The likes of Heineken is "sharp" (lightly bitter and sour) and strongly carbonated.
The coldness and carbonation balances it's sharpness for the first few sips, but then it flattens a bit and warms a bit and begins tasting like "the smell of urine smells", i.e., warm, sour, lightly bitter and white-bread-crust-ish.
This is why Heineken tastes better as a long neck beer (small glass bottle).
Carbonation in glass bottles tastes sharper, rather then then the smoother carbonation you get in cans or draught, also cans warm faster, also, the serving is bigger so your stuck with more warm beer per serving then you are with long neck. This is why Heineken is punishingly advertised at such (a long neck beer), with it's trademark green glass and red star.
If your drinking pints, which do flatten and do warm up slightly as you drink. Tuborg and Coors Light are noticeably superior beers.