Do You Agree with This Ranking of the Eight Best-Selling Beers in America?
Photo of cold beer glass on the bar table at the open-air cafe.

There’s a good chance the beer you drank yesterday is on this list.  The question is, were you drinking a good beer that’s reasonably priced . . . or drinking total swill?

A team of writers at TheTakeout.com taste-tested the eight best-selling beers in America, and gave each one a score between 0 and 100.  But none of them even got close to a hundred.

The highest score went to Stella Artois with an average of 60 points.  And last place went to Michelob Ultra with just FIVE points.

Here’s how they ranked them:  Stella, 60 out of 100 . . . Corona, 45 . . . Coors Light, 35 . . . Heineken, 15 . . . Budweiser, 15 . . . Miller Lite, 10 . . . Bud Light, 8 . . . and Michelob Ultra, 5.  (By those standards, Natty Light must be like a negative-27.)