The Snow Beer
If you are living in the West, you might not have even heard about The Snow Beer. But due to its large scale consumption, mostly in China, this beer brand is ranked number 1, of the top 10 biggest beer brands in the world.
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If you are an adult drinker in search of sweeter beer brands, this 8% ABV margarita-flavoured drink is your best choice. In 2011, 45.4 million barrels of Bud Light were produced and sold, giving the drink a number 2 rank, of the top 10 biggest beer brands.
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Budweiser is catching up fast with its competitor beer brands. With an annual production of 38.7 million barrels in 2011, this beer brand is currently ranked 3rd amongst top 10 beer brands.
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Owned by AB InBev, Corona Extra is gaining popularity in the US with the passage of time. Corona Extra is currently rated number 1, of the top 10 biggest beer brands. 30.4 million barrels of Corona Extra were produced and sold in 2011.
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This beer brand is owned by Carlsberg Breweries, headquartered in Denmark. Although Skol is a relatively minor brand in large beer consuming markets such as US, UK and China, Skol is becoming increasingly popular outside of Africa and South America. Currently it stands 5th amongst top 10 beer brands.
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Between 2010 and 2011, the consumption of Coors Light, a beer brand owned by Molson Coors increased by 25%. With an annual production of 18.2 million barrels in 2011, Coors Light is currently at number 7, of the top 10 biggest beer brands.
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Another AB InBev owned beer brand, Brahma is very popular in the South American regions. With an annual production of 17.4 million barrels, Brahma is ranked number 9, of the top 10 biggest beer brands.
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