Any beers like Yuengling traditional lager?

I'm new to beer drinking and I tried this at a buddy's party last weekend. Shockingly, I really liked it (because I'm just not much of a beer person) but it's not sold in my state! D:

I've heard Shiner Bock is pretty similar, can anyone attest to this? Any other suggestions?
I gather that you folks aren't that into alcohol.
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  • Thomas Creek Appalachian Amber - This Greenville, SC discovery is a smooth ale with none of the grainy aftertaste of a Yuengling. Its slightly sweet maltiness makes it a great gateway in the amber category—if you're feeling brave after this and want to go darker, try the brewery's Dopplebock Lager next.
    Defiant Muddy Creek Lager - When in the New York-New Jersey area, grab a six-pack (or better yet, a draft pint) of this small Pearl River brewery's amber lager. With a hoppier bite than Thomas Creek's offering, it's a toasty pour that will make malt fans smile.
    Brooklyn Lager - One of the flagship lagers of the modern craft brew era, Brooklyn Lager has happily gone nationwide with its classic take on the Vienna lager. Lighter in color than its counterparts on this list, it nonetheless retains the same smooth maltiness that defines the style.
    Great Lakes Elliot Ness - Since we're making today's post into a history lesson, this offering from Cleveland is doubly appropriate—not only is the beer a true Vienna lager with roasty, caramelized notes, but its name comes from the famous Prohibition agent who was also the employer of the brewery founders' mom.
    Ballast Point Calico - The hoppiest of the five brews recommended here, this amber ale was in fact inspired by the British Extra Special Bitter beer style (a kissing cousin to the classic pale ale). But Calico's balance of malts and hops will sit well with Yuengling lovers who might want to branch out with a little bite in their brew.


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