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Which Beer is Best For You?

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Drinking beer, moderately, may have a number of health benefits. It helps keep bacteria in your gut in check and prevents harmful proteins from building up in your brain — a major contributor to Alzheimer’s disease. But figuring out which beer is best for you can be challenging, especially when there are so many options out there.

There are plenty of lists that attempt to comb through the global beer market. These vary in methodology, but they all share a common thread: Most of them rely heavily on sales data and consumer survey results to determine the top-selling beers in different countries.

The IPA continues to dominate the craft world, but lagers remain the most popular category worldwide (and also the breweries producing them). The biggest seller of all, Heineken, has been a stalwart in the lager arena since 1873 and still sells an estimated 49.2 million hectoliters every year.

Michelob Light might not be as popular as its cousin, Michelob Ultra, but it packs plenty of flavor in a low-carb brew. It’s a smooth and easy-drinking draft that hits a coveted spot between keto and tasty, with notes of hops and luxe caramel in each sip.

The social butterfly of the zodiac, Gemini thrives on communication and charm, which means that a great beer for them would be one with lots of fruity flavors and subtle bitterness. BeeYoung is a refreshingly modern choice, combining the tastes of Columbus and Styrian Golding hops to deliver a light-bodied beer with a citrus touch that’s ideal for brunches or parties.

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