Special Report

31 Biggest Beer Brands in America

Source: walmart.com

16. Natural Ice
> Parent company: Anheuser-Busch InBev
> Barrels shipped in 2018: 2,300,000
> Change from 2013: -20.0%
> 2018 market share: 1.1%

“Natty” — Natural Light — is currently the eighth biggest beer brand in America, but though its ice-beer sibling has lost some traction in recent years, it’s still very popular, too. Like most ice beers, it’s slightly more alcoholic than its conventional counterpart, at 5.9% ABV.

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15. Bud Ice
> Parent company: Anheuser-Busch InBev
> Barrels shipped in 2018: 2,500,000
> Change from 2013: 17.6%
> 2018 market share: 1.2%

While not known for an abundance of personality, this smooth, ice-brewed beer is gaining popularity, with shipments growing over 17% since 2013. With an ABV of 5.5%, it has only 123 calories per 12-ounce bottle, slightly lower than the usual.

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14. Stella Artois
> Parent company: Anheuser-Busch InBev
> Barrels shipped in 2018: 2,675,000
> Change from 2013: 67.2%
> 2018 market share: 1.3%

This classic Belgian lager was the third-fastest growing beer brand in America, among the top-sellers, between 2013 and 2018.

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13. Miller High Life
> Parent company: MillerCoors
> Barrels shipped in 2018: 3,400,000
> Change from 2013: -14.5%
> 2018 market share: 1.7%

This pilsner-style beer, dating from 1903, was one of the first major bottled beers, though it is now commonly sold in cans as well. Brewer Frederick Miller dubbed it “The Champagne of Beers,” as a reference to its supposed luxurious quality.

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12. Keystone Light
> Parent company: MillerCoors
> Barrels shipped in 2018: 3,530,000
> Change from 2013: -10.4%
> 2018 market share: 1.7%

This triple-filtered light lager, brewed by Coors in Colorado, has only 101 calories per 12 ounces.