What is your beer brand? Find out if your brand is one of these popular beers.
Snow is produced in China by a company called SABMiller and its local partner China Resources Enterprise. In 2013, Chinese drinkers swallowed 10.3 billion liters of the drink. In the same year, the beer had a 5.3% world market share.
This is the most international of the Chinese beers. It traces its roots to 1903 when a group of Brits and Germans settled in Qingdao, China.
Its export to U.S. started in 1972 and since then it has been flowing to the country.
Bud Light is produced by Anheuser-Busch InBev. It is the first American entry in the top 10. In 2013, a total of 5.1 billion liters of the drink was guzzled. In the same year it had a world market share of 2.6%.
This is the fourth world’s most popular beer. It had a world market share of 2.2% translating to 4.4 billion liters that was gulped.
This is also produced by Anheuser-Busch InBev in America. It is very popular in Brazil and Hong Kong but not very much in the U.S.
Its tagline is “The beer that goes down round.” In Brazil, it is mainly aimed at younger drinkers.
Yanjing is from China. China’s beers dominate the world’s most popular beers’ list because it is the world’s most populous country.
Yanjing’s bottles claim it’s “the official state beer of China.”
Heineken is produced in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Its production began 150 years ago. In 2013, a total of 2.8 billion liters of Heineken was consumed by drinkers.
This beer is produced by Harbin accompany that is now owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev. Harbin is located in China near its border with Russia.
This beer originated in Brazil in 1888. It is another member of the Anheuser-Busch InBev family.
This beer is produced in the U.S. It first went to sale in 1978 but was not available nationwide until 1991.