I’m always intrigued by what products, beer, snacks, burgers etc. rack up the highest sales, but that information is very difficult to find. Well fortunately, in the case of beer, I’ve found it. The information is from October, but one would assume those numbers stayed consistent through the final two months of the year. Appellation Beer posted information on the best selling beers in the U.S. in 2007. This information is based on data from Information Resources Inc. (IRI), who track sales of consumer package goods, primarily in supermarkets, drug stores and convenience stores, which is where most people in the United States buy beer. These numbers do not account for beer sold on draft. These are the more mass produced beers, but Appellation Beer also provides info on the best selling craft beers: For a little context on how the level of sales between these two groups compare, Miller High Life, #10 on the overall list, sells 6 times as many beers as Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Interesting. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Eick Latest posts by Eick (see all) Live in DC? Do More Tomorrow! - June 5, 2013 Surge Wins Discontinued Foods Bracket! - April 12, 2013 Discontinued Foods Bracket FINAL VOTE: Surge vs. Planter’s Cheez Balls - April 10, 2013 11 Responses shatraw January 9th, 2008 shiner bock is the shit. if you haven’t tried it, do so. great for lots of drinking. Reply Marine2171 February 18th, 2009 Every single beer under the overall category is shit beer, I’m not a fan of the 10 under Craft beers either but at least they are drinkable. Reply Cary February 18th, 2009 YES. Shiner bock is where it’s at! And cheap as dirt, taboot! Reply KEVIN July 22nd, 2009 i dont see keystone on here anywhere Reply dillondavid November 6th, 2011 i like my busch beer i can use some more Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current day month ye@r * Leave this field empty * Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.