Survey Says: Top What Type Of Beer Should I Drink? results, Alcoholic Beverages Survey
Alcoholic Beverages
The top 25 What Type Of Beer Should I Drink? results of 12172 participants. Percentages indicate the frequency of the self-selected participants' top results for What Type Of Beer Should I Drink? .      

#1 34.0%
American Dry, an American lager. E.g. Michelob Dry
#2 11.2%
Specialty Beers. E.g. Organic Raspberry Wheat Beer, Pete's Winter Brew, Celis Raspberry, Bluebeery Ale, Lakefront Cherry Lager, Sam Adams Blackberry Witbier.
#3 10.0%
Doppelbock, a lager. It has a very strong malty aroma, with some toasty aromas. Some alcohol aroma may be present, and darker versions may have a chocolate-like or fruity aroma.
#4 5.4%
Wheat beer, an ale. E.g. Weissbier, Witbier, Hefeweizen and Dunkelweizen.
#5 4.8%
Brown (Sweet) Porter, an ale
#6 4.7%
English Strong Ale
#7 2.9%
English Bitter, an ale
#8 2.9%
Classic American Pilsner, a lager
#9 2.8%
American Light Lager, an American lager. E.g. Miller Lite
#10 2.7%
Eisbock, a lager. Made by freeze distilling a doppelbock and removing the ice to concentrate the flavor and alcohol content.
#11 2.7%
American Pale Ale
#12 2.4%
India Pale Ale (IPA)
#13 2.3%
Saison, an ale. French for 'season'. A low-alcohol pale ale.
#14 2.0%
American Standard, an American lager. E.g. Budweiser
#15 2.0%
Schwartzbier, a lager. E.g. Samuel Adams Black Lager.
#16 1.6%
Classic German Pilsner, a lager
#17 1.1%
Bohemian Pilsner, a lager. E.g. Samuel Adams Noble Pils.
#18 1.1%
Munich Dunkel, a lager
#19 1.0%
Sharp (Robust) Porter, an ale
#20 0.8%
Barley Wine, an ale
#21 0.5%
Koelsch, an ale
#22 0.5%
Sweet Stout/Cream Stout, an ale
#23 0.3%
Porter, an ale
#24 0.2%
Classic Dry Stout, an ale
#25 0.2%
Traditional German Bock, a lager

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