Lager is the most popular style of beer in the world, with Budweiser, Coors Light, Corona and Michelob Ultra leading the pack. These large beer producers account for approximately 87% of the beer market in the United States. Craft brewers have also started to create their own lagers to compete with these titans. Lager has been around for centuries, but it is only recently that it has become the most popular beer in the world.
Stella Artois is a classic lager that is widely available and can be found in both luxury hotel bars and local dive bars. It is a great addition to any bar selection. Lager has become increasingly popular among craft brewers, as it can attract a larger number of consumers and help smaller breweries compete better with mega breweries. One example of a craft lager is Bohemia, a Mexican lager that has been brewed since the 19th century.
It has a slightly more bitter and robust flavor than the average Mexican lager beer, making it stand out from the crowd. With its growing popularity, many small breweries are now looking beyond traditional beers and are starting to adopt lagers as a way to maintain their growth. When visiting England in 1987, I expected to find a culture of traditional beer drinkers, but instead I found that lager was the most popular beer in the country. Lagers come in many varieties, from Czech pilsners to domestic beers and smoked lagers that pair perfectly with barbecues.
Brewery Ommegang makes Belgian-style lagers with European barley malted on the ground, flaked corn and a traditional Belgian lager strain. As craft brewers continue to experiment with different styles of beer, they are discovering that they want better-tasting lagers and pale ales. This has led to an increase in popularity for these styles of beer, as consumers are looking for more flavor and variety in their beers.