Domestic Beer vs. Imported Beer

Are you team domestic or imported? Let’s see…

The major difference between domestic and imported beers is that domestic beers are brewed in this country, and imported beers are any beer not created in the United States.

Some of the leading brands of domestic beers – often showcased on happy hour chalkboards across the country – are:

  • Budweiser (although actually Budweiser has been brewed under licensed by Labatt’s brewery in Canada since the 1980s, so technically this is a fib)
  • Coors
  • Miller
  • Michelob
  • Busch
  • Pabst Blue Ribbon

Domestic beer is also great for steaming crabs and shrimp and grilling brats, although I am sure that imported fans could argue the same! Some great imports include:

  • Labatt Blue
  • Stella Artois
  • European pilsners like Heineken, Becks and Lowenbrau
  • British ales such as Harp, Bass and Guinness (an Irish/British merger formed in 1997)
  • And Mexican beers including Corona, Dos Equis and Tecate

For a wide selection of domestic and imported beers, visit Bengals Liquor – Daytona Beach’s top retailer for beer, wine, beer, liquor, lottery and so much more! Family owned and operated, Bengals Discount Liquor Store is open seven days a week and offers 2,800 square feet of wall-to-wall spirits, drink mixes, energy drinks, sodas, and a wide array of tobacco accessories including pipes, cigars, lighters, pipe and chewing tobacco, Hookahs, rolling papers, cigarettes and E-cigarettes.