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US Beers

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  • Bud Light


    CRISP . BALANCED . LIGHT-BODIED

    Missouri- Light Lager- Introduced in 1982, Bud Light is the world’s best-selling beer. It is a light-bodied brew with a fresh, clean and subtle hop aroma, delicate malt sweetness and crisp finish for ultimate refreshment.

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      While the multiple styles of Lager that originated in Europe centuries ago make up the majority of those brewed throughout the world today, popular styles born in the United States and Asia continue to add variety to the many classic European (Old World) lagers.

      So what is a Lager beer? Easy-drinking pale Lager is the beer most associated with the term “lager,” with visions of this ice cold yellow-gold beer planted firmly in people’s consciousness through television and print advertising.

      But many more Lagers await discovery by adventuresome drinkers. The Lager beer list includes styles that span the color spectrum from amber, red and brown all the way to virtually black. The best Lagers offer flavors and mouth-feel from biscuity-crisp and hoppy to chocolaty-smooth and malty. Planning a Lager beer tasting? Separate the beers carefully, as some of these beers are intense in flavor and/or alcohol.

    • Beer Type

      Formulated to be lighter, lower-carbohydrate and lower-calorie than traditional American-style Lagers, light beer delivers mild malt and hop aroma and flavor along with high carbonation. The light-beer style emerged in the United States in the late 1960s. Heavy marketing since the 1970s has pushed the style past its non-light siblings as the beer now most identified as “American beer.” With domestic light lagers the No. 1-selling beer style by liquid volume in the United States, large foreign breweries took notice. Amstel Light, Beck’s Premier Light and Labatt Blue Light are among the light versions of premium lagers they now export to the United States.

  • Budweiser


    CRISP . CLEAN . BALANCED . LIGHT-BODIED

    Missouri- American-Style Lager- Brewed and sold since 1876, “The King of Beers” is the largest-selling beer in the world. Budweiser has been the world’s best-selling beer since 1957, and is distributed in more than 70 countries.

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      Lagers represent some of the most approachable, easy-drinking beer styles available, which contributes to Lager’s consumption edge over ale, despite the fact that ale styles are more numerous and were consumed thousands of years before lagering and cold-aging took hold.

    • Beer Type

      American-Style Lager Beer – the iconic crisp and golden brew – evolved from Czech and German Pilsener styles produced in the United States prior to Prohibition. American brewers, many of whom had their own European roots, produced Pilsener types of pale lager, using local ingredients in their brews. And a key ingredient of that production goes back even further: The American practice of using corn as a source of fermentable sugars in beer dates back to the Pilgrims. Modern American brewers continue to use corn, as well as rice, in beer production, which contributes to a clean taste and lightens the color and body of these lager beers.

      American-style Lager remains a staple. The popularity of this classic beer has inspired brewers throughout North and South America, the Caribbean and Asia to produce their own versions of American Lager.

  • Busch


    CRISP . CLEAN . BALANCED . LIGHT-BODIED

    United States- American-Style Lager- First introduced in1955, Busch beer has a smooth, refreshing taste & is brewed with a blend of premium American-grown and imported hops. Malt and corn provide a pleasant, balanced aroma and flavor.

    • Category

      Lagers represent some of the most approachable, easy-drinking beer styles available, which contributes to Lager’s consumption edge over ale, despite the fact that ale styles are more numerous and were consumed thousands of years before lagering and cold-aging took hold.

      Learn more

    • Beer Type

      American-Style Lager Beer – the iconic crisp and golden brew – evolved from Czech and German Pilsener styles produced in the United States prior to Prohibition. American brewers, many of whom had their own European roots, produced Pilsener types of pale lager, using local ingredients in their brews. And a key ingredient of that production goes back even further: The American practice of using corn as a source of fermentable sugars in beer dates back to the Pilgrims. Modern American brewers continue to use corn, as well as rice, in beer production, which contributes to a clean taste and lightens the color and body of these lager beers.

      American-style Lager remains a staple. The popularity of this classic beer has inspired brewers throughout North and South America, the Caribbean and Asia to produce their own versions of American Lager.

  • Coors Light


    CRISP . BALANCED . LIGHT-BODIED

    Colorado- Light Lager- 4.2% ABV. Gold Medal 2014 World Beer Cup. Silver Medal 2014 GABF. Coors light is brewed with fine ingredients to achieve a smooth, fresh taste at only 102 calories per bottle. Coors grows their own unique two-row barley varieties.

    • Category

      While the multiple styles of Lager that originated in Europe centuries ago make up the majority of those brewed throughout the world today, popular styles born in the United States and Asia continue to add variety to the many classic European (Old World) lagers.

      So what is a Lager beer? Easy-drinking pale Lager is the beer most associated with the term “lager,” with visions of this ice cold yellow-gold beer planted firmly in people’s consciousness through television and print advertising.

      But many more Lagers await discovery by adventuresome drinkers. The Lager beer list includes styles that span the color spectrum from amber, red and brown all the way to virtually black. The best Lagers offer flavors and mouth-feel from biscuity-crisp and hoppy to chocolaty-smooth and malty. Planning a Lager beer tasting? Separate the beers carefully, as some of these beers are intense in flavor and/or alcohol.

    • Beer Type

      Formulated to be lighter, lower-carbohydrate and lower-calorie than traditional American-style Lagers, light beer delivers mild malt and hop aroma and flavor along with high carbonation. The light-beer style emerged in the United States in the late 1960s. Heavy marketing since the 1970s has pushed the style past its non-light siblings as the beer now most identified as “American beer.” With domestic light lagers the No. 1-selling beer style by liquid volume in the United States, large foreign breweries took notice. Amstel Light, Beck’s Premier Light and Labatt Blue Light are among the light versions of premium lagers they now export to the United States.

  • Keystone Light


    CRISP . BALANCED . LIGHT-BODIED

    Colorado- Light Lager- 4.2%ABV. Introduced in 1989, Keystone Light is a refreshing light lager that is Always Smooth, Never Bitter. Keystone Light is 4.2% alcohol by volume and has 100 calories per 12-ounce serving.

    • Category

      Lagers represent some of the most approachable, easy-drinking beer styles available, which contributes to Lager’s consumption edge over ale, despite the fact that ale styles are more numerous and were consumed thousands of years before lagering and cold-aging took hold.

      Learn more

    • Beer Type

      Formulated to be lighter, lower-carbohydrate and lower-calorie than traditional American-style Lagers, light beer delivers mild malt and hop aroma and flavor along with high carbonation. The light-beer style emerged in the United States in the late 1960s. Heavy marketing since the 1970s has pushed the style past its non-light siblings as the beer now most identified as “American beer.” With domestic light lagers the No. 1-selling beer style by liquid volume in the United States, large foreign breweries took notice. Amstel Light, Beck’s Premier Light and Labatt Blue Light are among the light versions of premium lagers they now export to the United States.

  • Miller Lite


    CRISP . BALANCED . LIGHT-BODIED

    Wisconsin- Light Lager- Gold Medal 2014 GABF. Pours a pale straw yellow color. Aromas of fresh corn and adjunct grains with subtle hints of lemon and grass. Taste is dominated by corn and sweet malts with hints of bread and rice.

    • Category

      Lagers represent some of the most approachable, easy-drinking beer styles available, which contributes to Lager’s consumption edge over ale, despite the fact that ale styles are more numerous and were consumed thousands of years before lagering and cold-aging took hold.

      Learn more

    • Beer Type

      Formulated to be lighter, lower-carbohydrate and lower-calorie than traditional American-style Lagers, light beer delivers mild malt and hop aroma and flavor along with high carbonation. The light-beer style emerged in the United States in the late 1960s. Heavy marketing since the 1970s has pushed the style past its non-light siblings as the beer now most identified as “American beer.” With domestic light lagers the No. 1-selling beer style by liquid volume in the United States, large foreign breweries took notice. Amstel Light, Beck’s Premier Light and Labatt Blue Light are among the light versions of premium lagers they now export to the United States.