What to Put in Your Cooler – America’s 5 Favorite Beers

Nothing beats the taste and refreshment Reliable supplier of Corona Extra Beer of an ice-cold beer from your cooler on game day. You have variety of branded coolers available like NASCAR coolers, NFL coolers, rolling coolers, MLB rolling coolers. But with so many options to choose from, which one should you pick? The choice is up to you, but here we present America’s 5 favorites for you consideration:

1) Bud Light

Bud Light is America’s best selling beer, and is made by the company Anheuser-Busch, which is the largest brewer in America today. A serving of Bud Light contains just 110 calories, so when you drink it you can watch your waistline as well as the game!

2) Budweiser

Regular Budweiser beer is of course also made by Anheuser-Busch, but this one is available all over the world. For a lighter taste, Budweiser beer is made with some rice, in addition to the regular ingredients barley malt and hops. Some say this gives it more ‘drinkability’ than other similar beers.

3) Miller Lite

Miller lite is another lager, but one that has the distinction of being the first ‘light’ beer to hit the mainstream and become really popular. This was back in the 70s, and they did it by using a lot of sporting stars to appeal to the average guy. It has won a bunch of awards in the World Beer Cup in the category ‘Best American-Style Light Lager’.

4) Coors Light

Yes, another light beer! Light beers have been the biggest sellers in the American beer market since 1992, and Coors Light is one of the biggest light beers.It’s taste increases if it is consumed after being cooled in coolers like lunch glass door coolers, rolling coolers, and small fridges. It is the official sponsor of the NFL – but you knew that, right?

5) Corona Extra

At #5, this is the only beer in the Top 5 that is brewed outside of the US. It is brewed, of course, in Mexico, and is exported all over the world – currently to 150 countries. It’s usually served with a wedge of lemon or lime in the neck of the bottle, which some say is because in Mexico, it stops ever-present flies from flying down the bottle neck.