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Monday, December 22, 2014

Budweiser is Over: 7 Beers Americans Have Stopped Drinking

Posted By on Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 12:41 PM

Beer sales are down. Sales of particular variety of beer, that is. According to KGW, the big name brands are those experiencing the biggest dip. It's no surprise, then, that Anheuser-Busch/InBev jumped at the opportunity to purchase 10 Barrel. Here are the top seven brands with plummeting sales. (Read the full analysis here.)

1. Budweiser Select

Sales loss: 61.1 percent

2. Miller Genuine Draft


Sales loss: 58.3 percent

3. Milwaukee's Best

Sales loss: 57 percent

4. Milwaukee's Best Light


Sales loss: 40.6 percent

5. Budweiser


Sales loss: 27.6 percent

6. Miller Lite

Sales loss: 22.6 percent

7. Miller High Life

Sales loss: 21.2 percent

What brews most often filled your pint glass this year?

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