The Best-Tasting Beer With the Fewest Calories

The Best-Tasting Beer With the Fewest Calories

With Labor Day on the horizon| there is no better time to find out what light beer tastes the best. Knowing the calorie count| carbs| and alcohol content in each of these readily available light brews will allow you to make smart and informed choices as you party. We matched these beers up head to head at POPSUGAR HQ| and here’s what our editors thought!

| Miller Lite

Calories: 96
Carbs: 3.2 g
Alcohol content: 4.2 percent

| Miller Lite

What our tasters thought: A few reviewers found that there was an unpleasant aftertaste| but otherwise| Miller Lite received decent reviews. This light beer was described as having a taste “”reminiscent to a pilsner|”” with plenty of bubbles.

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| Heineken Light

Calories: 99
Carbs: 6.8 g
Alcohol content: 3.5 percent

| Heineken Light

What our tasters thought: If a full-fledged Heineken is your beer of choice| chances are you’ll enjoy the light version. Reviewers found this beer “”close to the original”” but a “”little bitter.”” When compared with the other light beers| it was not as effervescent.

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| Corona Light

Calories: 99
Carbs: 5 g
Alcohol content 4.1 percent

| Corona Light

What our tasters thought: Reviewers found that Corona Light “”reminded them of the original|”” “”tasted like vacation|”” and would “”go great with some chips and guac!”” Overall| Corona Light got reviewers excited by its clean flavor and light citrus note.

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| Coors Light

Calories: 102
Carbs: 5.0 g
Alcohol content: 4.2 percent

| Coors Light

What our tasters thought: Across the board| all of our tasters found this light beer to be the most watery of the bunch. One reviewer went on to say that “”it was the best domestic flavor| but the aftertaste threw me off.””

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| Amstel Light

Calories: 95
Carbs: 5 g
Alcohol content: 3.5 percent

| Amstel Light

What our tasters thought: This was the favorite beer of the bunch. Reviewers appreciated the “”hoppy| grassy| refreshing”” flavor of this import. This light beer was preferred by most| and all but two reviewers wouldn’t want to have more than one of these beers.

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| Bud Light

Calories: 110
Carbs: 6.6 g
Alcohol content: 4.2 percent

| Bud Light

What our tasters thought: Light| sweet| and inoffensive were the words that tasters used to describe Bud Light. Everyone found that it had pleasant bubbles and was fairly drinkable. They could definitely go for a few.

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