Bud Light Beer
Anheuser-Busch InBev, St. Louis, Missouri, has been brewing this popular pale lager since 1982. To distinguish it from its parent beer, Budweiser, it is brewed with a much lighter ratio of malt and hops to give it fewer calories and a wonderfully different crisp taste. It offers an alcohol content of 4.2 percent, and it can be a great alternative for beer drinkers who want to watch their weight with only around 110 calories.
The brewing process of 30 days for Bud Light is about twice as long as other types of ales, and each batch is tasted by the brewer at least five different times during the process to ensure perfection. Having sold 270 million cases in America alone in 2012, Bud Light comes in third place today with around 2.5 percent of the world's market share.