1. Bud Light
Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 4.2%
*All nutrition data is based on one 12-oz serving (about one can)
This American classic dominates the beer market and is the most sold in the U.S and they become one of the first beer in the country to display comprehensive serving facts and ingredients label on their packaging. Plus, Bud Light is easy to drink and on tap nearly everywhere beer is sold. Just remember: 110 calories is the amount in one 12-oz serving.
2. Miller Lite
The original “light beer,” Miller Lite started the “diet beer” trend that now dominates the U.S. beer market. The light pale lager is the most gold medal awarded light beer at the Great American Beer Festival and it also won the 2016 Gold Award in the World Beer Cup for the light lager category. It is becoming popular in India too.
3. Bira Light
One of the first low-calorie beers to be introduced in the Indian market, a 330ml bottle has about 90 calories only. The idea is for it to be a ‘lunchtime lager’ that can be paired as a quick refreshment with your meal.
4. Corona Light
Nothing says summer like an ice-cold Corona. Save calories and drink the light version, then add lemon or limes to flavor. This Mexico-brewed beer is perfect for fiestas!
5. Bud Select 55
Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 2.4%
A 55-calorie beer looks appealing at first glance, but fewer calories means lower alcohol content and very little flavor. A regular Budweiser Select has a higher ABV at 4.3% and still comes in under 100 calories (99 calories per 12oz). Although Budweiser Select is higher in carbs (3.1g), if you’re drinking to unwind, it’s worth a try.