What are the Best Light Beers – Top 10 List

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What are the best light beers is an excellent question and a timely one being summertime and that our tendency to drink light beers goes up with the summer heat. There are typically two camps when you look at the top selling and most popular light beers, Bud Light and Miller Light. Light beer drinkers typically choose (with passion) one over the other. I am in the Bud Light camp but will drink a miller light if that is my only option. best light beers

  1. Guinness (yes Guinness, look at the calories and you will agree)
  2. Heineken Light
  3. Becks Light
  4. Labatts Blue Light
  5. Bud Light
  6. Samuel Adams Light
  7. Corona Light
  8. Amstel Light
  9. Leinenkugel’s Amber Light
  10. Abita Light

Don’t try to test them all in one night. Light beers begin to taste the same after a few anyways. Light beer tends to be the backup beer after enjoying one or two quality beers like a Sierra Nevada of Newcastle Brown Ale. Some light beers are so light you might as well go with a non-alcoholic beer like Michelob Ultra and Coors Light. Light beers are also goo to use in cooking like beer can chicken. Excellent marinades have light beer to help with tenderizing. Also, light beer is good in a margarita, especially if your margarita mix is not that great (cuts the sweetness). What are some other good uses for light beer?

Best Summer Beers

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