It’s time for two of the most well-known light beers in history to go head-to-head in an alcoholic showdown.
In one corner, we’ve got Miller Lite, also known as the original light beer. Standing in at 4.2% alcohol by volume, this pilsner’s got some pizazz on the market and is a main staple in several bars.
On the other side stands Bud Light, a formidable and wildly popular lager that’s one of the most sold bottles from beer giant Anheuser-Busch. The “World’s Favorite” light beer, it’s also got around 4.2% alcohol like it’s Miller counterpart.
Both are good beers in their own right, but we’re here to crown a boozy champion, folks. To do that, myself and fellow Foodbeast Chris put the two beers into an unbiased, blind taste test in a recent Facebook livestream. Neither of us knew which beer was which, but graded the two on color, aroma, and flavor before choosing a final beer that we preferred.
Both Chris and myself both picked the same beer, so there’s no dispute on who we believe to be the top of the two light beers. Watch the livestream for yourself and see if you agree or disagree with our final decision.