Here We bring to you the most popular beer brands across the world as beer has became one of the most famous alcoholic beverage.
Snow- Snow beer is the most popular beer on the planet, despite sales being almost exclusively limited to one country.
Unsurprisingly, China is that country. Its sales volumes have exploded by 573 percent since 2005, when, according to Bloomberg, it was just the 11th best selling beer in the world.
The 4% evidence lager is a SABMiller-China Energy and Company joint venture.
The taste is described by Rate Beer as “very watery” and “highly carbonated.” Because of its low price, beer has become popular in large part. According to Quartz, it sells in China at about $1 per liter.
Tingasto- A popular sight across China is Tingstao, mostly served in 640 ml bottles along with a glass of ice. The hoppy-tasting beer from Pilsner comes from the business TsingTao Brewery.
The beer was created in 1916 by German Hong Kong settlers. The beer has concentrated from its inception on being an international brand.
In 1972, Tingasto was introduced to the US, where it became the highest-selling Chinese beer in the country. Since 2009, the percentage share of Tsingtao in the world beer market has risen by at least 0.1 percentage points every year.
Bud Light– Despite Budweiser ‘s popularity, Bud Light, its younger, weaker sibling, actually has a higher share of the international market.
The American beer was first published in 1982. The blue-branded flagship beer is brewed longer than the original Budweiser. It contains less sugar, giving the beer a lower calorific content and an ABV of 4.2 percent than Budweiser.
Budweiser– Arguably the best known beer brand in the anglosphere, Budweiser is a classic American lager which is known for its amber colour and and refreshing taste.
It was introduced into the US in the mid-1800s, by Anheuser Busch after the brewery’s founders studied the lager-making techniques that were common in Europe.
Since then, it has spread to more than 80 markets globally. However, the company is not allowed to use the name Budweiser in different markets around Europe due to an old legal conflict with the Czech beer brand Budejovicky Budvar, which, according to Time, still calls it Budweiser beer.
Skol Lager– In 1964, with the express aim of becoming an international beer brand, Skol lager was produced by a combination of British, Canadian, Swedish and Belgian breweries.
The power of the pilsner varies around the globe, but it often retails at 2.8%, making it one of the weakest beers on the list. Anheuser-Busch InBev now owns it.
Yanjing Beer– According to Bloomberg, Yanjing beer was only produced in 1980. Yanjing was given the honour of becoming China’s official beer in 1995, which meant that it was served from February of that year in the Great Hall of the People.
Beijing Yanjng Brewery Company still owns the 6th biggest selling beer in the world. According to Rate Beer, it is pale, comes with a thick head of white foam and has a faintly bittersweet taste.
Heineken– Established in 1864 in Holland by Gerard Heineken, the beer brand has grown into one of the leading premium lagers on the market. The popularity of this beer is due to its light, slightly sweet flavour. It has an alcohol content of 5%.
Heineken is known for its innovative marketing campaigns. It became just the second firm to win the Creative Marketer of the Year Award twice in 2015. Heineken ‘s new “Moderate Drinkers Wanted” campaign encourages individuals to consume less of the commodity,
Harbin– Harbin Beer claims to be the oldest brewery in China. Ice cold is better served with this light, refreshing lager.
In North East China, where it originates, the 4.8 percent lager is the most popular and, like many other beers on this list, is now owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Brahma– Brahma is Brazil’s most popular beer. Two major variants come from the pale lager: Brahma (4.3 percent) and Brahma Chopp (5 percent).
The taste is described by Rate Beer as “the classical mouthfeel of a lager beer, heavy body flavour, neutral aroma.” Brahma was founded way back in 1888 by Companhia Cervejaria Brahma, but is now owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Coor Lights– Coors Light is a brand of lager from Canada. With a 4.0 percent alcohol content, it is light and refreshing. When it was released in 1978, the low-calorie beer managed to ride the wave of a growing emphasis on baby-boomers’ wellbeing.
In the US, UK , and Canada, the beer is most popular, but Coors has also attempted to expand globally. Molson Coors International, which has a special emphasis on the Asian market, was founded in 2008 by its owner, Molson Coors