The Best Beers of All Time
We’ve all been there before: you’re about to head out for a social event and decide you’ll grab a few beers from the cooler at your local store. But with so many options to choose from, how do you know which beer will be a hit?
The best beers are a blend of time-tested favorites and newer, trendy selections that connect with people across the country. They may not be for everyone’s palate, but these top sellers have a special place in American brewing history, whether they’re enjoyed at a backyard barbecue, a football game or simply as an easy-drinking beverage to end the day.
Despite a recent backlash from corn farmers and an overall rating of zero from RateBeer, Bud Light is still America’s favorite beer by a two-to-one margin. While it may not be an artisanal selection, this light lager offers just enough of a crisp, balanced flavor profile to make it a go-to for many consumers.
Miller High Life may have a less-than-stellar reputation as a beer — it’s often compared to Pabst Blue Ribbon, which has an even worse rating from RateBeer — but this classic adjunct lager is a staple in the lives of many Americans. Its simple, satisfying taste profile makes it a perfect companion for pizza, especially pepperoni pies.