95% of People Can't Name These Beer Logos While Looking Through Beer Goggles! How's Your Beer-Goggle-Wearing Aptitude?

By: Craig
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Most people have experienced the blurry state of the beer goggle. But, if you're an experienced beer drinker then a little beer-goggle won't prevent you from identifying these great beer logos! See how many you can identify through those ever-popular beer-goggles.

With only 4.2 percent alcohol by volume, Bud Light is brewed under the Budweiser name. It is marketed as the world's favorite light beer and has 0 percent fat and 110 calories per 12 fl. oz. There are a few varieties available, including Bud Light Lime, Bud Light Platinum, and Bud Light Chelada.

Each can of Busch Light is only 4.1 percent alcohol by volume and around 95 calories per 12 fl. oz. This is achieved because​ the brewing process for the beer is longer. This helps to produce fewer calories and a beer with a lighter body.

Miller Lite first hit the market under the name 'Gablinger's Diet Beer' in 1967. It was developed by Joseph L. Owades, a biochemist. From 1972, it simply became known as Lite and was introduced to America in 1975 with an aggressive marketing campaign. It has remained a favorite of many and in 2016, won a Gold Award in the World Beer Cup.

Called 'The Champagne of Beers,' Miller High Life was first brewed in 1903. This pale ale is 4.6 percent alcohol by volume and roughly around 138 calories per 12 fl. oz. It is brewed using Gelena hops, which originate in Germany, as well as malted barley.

The first reduced-calorie beer offered by brewer Anheuser-Busch, Natural Light entered the American market in 1977. It remains one of the biggest selling light beers in the United States and in 2011, became the first beer in space! 12 fl. oz. of Natural Light comes in at 4.2 percent alcohol per volume and 126 calories.

First released in 1978, Coors Light has a few unique aspects. For starters, the beer is lage​red at below freezing. This is said to help give it its crisp, light flavor. Secondly, it is cold filtered which ensures a bright look. Finally, it is packaged while cold to help maintain freshness. As with most American light beers, Coors Light is rated at 4.2 percent alcohol by volume.

The Peroni brewing company was founded in Italy in 1846. Their most famous beer, Nastro Azzurro, was first brewed in the 1960s and is now available in 70 countries around the world. And what does Nastro Azzurro mean? It is the Italian phrase for 'blue ribbon.' One bottle or can of this popular beer comes in at 5.1 percent alcohol by volume and around 160 calories.

Brewed by Anheuser-Busch breweries, Michelob Ultra is a light beer containing fewer carbs than its competitors. It was introduced in 2002, a time when the Atkins diet was in vogue and people were looking to ingest fewer carbs when they drank beer. Its original tag line was 'Lose the carbs. Not the taste.'

Blue Moon craft beers come in a range of options. This includes a Belgian White, a White IPA and a Cinnamon Horchata Ale as their regular beers, and Mango Wheat and Harvest Pumpkin Wheat as seasonal releases. All beers are brewed by MillerCoors under the Blue Moon label.

Established in 1829, D. G. Yuengling & Son is America's oldest brewery. The brewery currently produces 11 different beer types, including an IPA, a porter, a light beer and a bock. The brewery has been in exactly the same location, in Pottsville, PA,​ since 1831.

Brewed by Molson Coors Brewing Company, Keystone Amber Light first hit the beer market in California in 1994. This light beer has a very low alcohol per volume rating of 3.5 percent and only 110 calories per 12 fl. oz.

One of the most popular beers in the United States, Budweiser was first brewed by Carl Conrad & Co. in Missouri in 1876. It is available as a draft beer, in bottles or cans. The bottled variety has changed very little over the past century. Budweiser has an alcohol by volume rating of 5 percent and each serving of 12 fl. oz is around 145 calories. It is marketed as the 'King of Beers.'

Part of the extensive Coors stable of beers, Banquet gets its name from its popularity with miners in the late 1800s. Legend has it that after a long day underground, the miner's would want an ice cold beer when they sat down to eat their evening meals (or banquets). And so the name was born. This beer is only brewed in one place - Golden, Colorado.

The Pabst Brewing Company has a long history in the United States. It was first established in 1844 in Milwaukee. Legend has it that the beer was named the best in the country at the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893 in Chicago. Whether this is true or not is up for debate. However, this led to the blue ribbon aspect of the name, which turned out to be a stroke of marketing genius as soon, patrons in bars around the country were simply asking for the beer with the blue ribbon.

This sweet beer by Anheuser-Busch is brewed using hops both from the United States and imported from overseas, as well as a combination of corn and malt. This gives the beer a fairly sweet profile. It is also brewed below freezing, which helps ice crystals to form, leading to a smooth finished product with a rich, sweet taste.

With only 4.2 percent alcohol by volume, Bud Light Lime is brewed under the Budweiser name. It is the same as Bud Light, but with a dash of lime thrown in to change the flavor profile. Bud Light Lime has 0 percent fat, 8g of carbs and 116 calories per 12 fl. oz.

Although it has 'light' in its name, Bud Light Platinum comes in at a whopping 6.0 percent alcohol by volume - more than a regular Budweiser! This beer comes in striking cobalt blue packaging. One 12 fl. oz bottle contains 137 calories.

This pale ale is a firm favorite as a craft beer in the United States. It is the number one selling craft beer in the country. It was first brewed over three decades ago, when craft beers were in their infancy. It is made using Cascade hops, grown in America since the 1960s. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale beer has an alcohol by volume rating of 5.6 percent.

This pale lager is produced in China at a brewery of the same name, which originated in 1903. All beers produced here are done so with traditional German brewing techniques, using crystal clear spring water from Laoshan and locally-produced hops.The hops produced here are of such quality, many European breweries import them. Tsingtao beer has an alcohol by volume rating of 4.8 percent.

A Weiss (white) beer, Leinenkugels Honey Weiss is brewed using honey from Wisconsin. The brewery that makes this beer was founded in 1867. The brewers suggest that Honey Weiss be served with a lemon wedge. This adds a citrus aroma that pairs perfectly with the sweet taste of the beer, which has an alcohol by volume rating of 4.9 percent.

Brewed using two hop varieties, one from Europe and the other American, Alaskan Amber is an alt-style ale. Alt is a German word meaning old. This is a very balanced, smooth beer which is achieved through a long fermentation process. Alaskan Amber has an alcohol by volume rating of 5.3 percent.

Coors Keystone Premium is a light- to medium-bodied beer, light gold in color, with a crisp, fresh taste. It is available in cans, bottles and kegs and has an alcohol by volume rating of 4.3 percent. Each 12 fl. oz serving has 108 calories, which is similar to many light beers.

Brewed by the Pabst Brewing Company, Old Milwaukee is created using a range of hops and blended malt. This produces a well-balanced, creamy beer where the malt shines through, along with a hint of corn and, of course, hops. Over the course of the last 20 years, Old Milwaukee has won no less than six awards.

Created by Anheuser-Busch breweries, Busch is brewed using a range of blended hops, barley malt, and clean, crisp water. This results in a beer which not only has a great taste, but a smooth finish. Busch comes in at around 4.3 percent ​alcohol by volume and 114 calories for each 12 fl. oz serving.

A product of the Alaskan Brewing Company, this beer is an oatmeal stout with a unique taste. This includes hints of chocolate, caramel, ​and coffee, thanks to the blend of malt and oats used during the brewing process. Each 12 fl. oz serving has a relatively high alcohol by volume percentage of 5.7.

Schiltz was first brewed in 1849 by a German immigrant, August Krug. In 1850, he hired Joseph Schiltz to help him with his brewery's bookkeeping. And the rest, as they say, is history. Schiltz is brewed using three different hop varieties which deliver a light and crisp beer, with just a little sweetness.

This beer was introduced in 1984, brewed by Jim Koch using a recipe from his great-great grandfather. Thirty years later, this craft beer remains a favorite, thanks to its full bodied taste obtained by using two hops and two malt varieties. Boston Lager has an alcohol by volume rating of 5 percent and a rather high 175 calories per serving.

Old Foghorn has been brewed by the Anchor Brewing Company in San Francisco since 1975. Anchor uses a unique English barleywine brewing method. Be warned, however, Old Foghorn has a serious kick, with an alcohol per volume ratio of 8 percent to 10 percent.

A product of the Pabst Brewing Company, Blatz was originally brewed in 1851 by Valentine Blatz who owned a brewery in Milwaukee. The beer is brewed with the best barley in the country and using traditional German brewing techniques. Blatz beer has an alcohol by volume rating of 4.9 percent.

A lager brewed in a European style, Michelob Lager offers a crisp, balanced taste. It is created from only the best European hop varieties and two-row malts. Finally, it is fermented and aged to achieve its unique flavor. It has an alcohol by volume rating of 5.0 percent.

A product of the Abita Brewing Company, Turbodog is a dark brown ale. It is brewed using Willamette hops and malts with a caramel and chocolate background. This not only gives it a deep, dark brown color but an excellent body and a rich flavor with a hint of chocolate and toffee. Turbodog is a great accompaniment to hearty, meat-based dishes and can even be used in marinades.

Milwaukee's Best is a pale lager with an alcohol by volume rating of 4.8 percent. It is brewed using a selection of pale malts, yeast and cereal grains. And what is the tagline associated with this beer? 'Brewed for freshness and classic taste.'

This low alcohol beer, with an alcohol by volume rating of 0.5 percent, is brewed by the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company. It has a sweet, rich taste with a hint of hops. It is brewed as any normal beer. The alcohol is removed after the brewing process, using low-pressure distillation carried out at low temperatures.

An easy drinking lager, Schmidt's is a traditional lager with a taste that is crisp, refreshing and full bodied. It is officially known as the 'Official Beer of the American Sportsman' and was first brewed by Jacob Schmidt in 1884.

Anchor Liberty Ale was first brewed in 1975 using Cascade hops and two-row pile malt. This produces a distinctive hop flavor and aroma, thanks to traditional brewing methods that are centuries old. The beer itself was introduced as a way of celebrating the bicentennial of Paul Revere’s historic ride.​

Hamm's has a long history. In fact, this pale lager-style beer was first brewed in 1865. It is a beer with a slight aroma of hops, as well as a crisp, fresh taste. Hamm's is the kind of beer you want to drink after a hot day in the sun.

This American adjunct lager has a fairly high alcohol per volume rating - 5.9 percent. With a light golden color, Keystone Ice offers a crisp taste with a medium body. The beer itself is mass produced and available in any form you could want, including bottles, cans or kegs.

A product of the Pabst Brewing Company, this is a midwestern beer first brewed in the 1800s but not under the Stag name. In fact, its predecessor was a beer named 'Kaiser,' which paid homage to the German influence on American brewing. In 2001, Stag won a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival.

This beer is a blond ale brewed by the Alaskan Brewing Company. It offers a refreshing, slightly bitter taste with a hint of hops and grains. And true to its style, the beer is very pale in color with a high-calorie count (152) and 5.2 percent alcohol by volume for every 12 fl. oz.

This classic Belgium lager was originally brewed by the Artois Brewery as a gift to the people of the town of Leuven just in time for Christmas in 1926. At 5.2 percent alcohol per volume, it is stronger than other lagers (which usually come in at about 5.0 percent.). Stella means star, another reference to its Christmas launch all those years ago.

A British brewery found in 1994, Sharp's offer a range of different beer options. These include IPA (Wolf Rock Red), pale ale (Atlantic), amber ale (Doom Bar), English ale (Original), cider (Orchard), and even a light ale (Crafter). The brewery is situated in Cornwall.

Guinness is a popular Irish dry stout. It was first brewed by Arthur Guinness in 1752 with a small inheritance and a lot of luck!

Produced by the Cervecería Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma in Mexico, Dos Equis Lager is a beer brewed in a pilsner style. It has a vibrant color, thanks to the fact that it is brewed with not only the best hops but pure, clear spring water. It has a crisp, clear finish and is a very well-balanced beer with an alcohol by volume rating of 4.2 percent.

Produced by the Grupo Modelo brewery in Mexico, Especial is another pilsner type beer with an alcohol per volume rating of 4.4 percent and a calorie count of 145 per 12 fl. oz. There is a lot going on with this beer, including aromas of orange blossom honey and various herbs. The taste remains crispy, light and refreshing.

The Stroh family started brewing beer in Germany around 1775, before emigrating to the United States in 1849 and establishing the Lion's Head Brewery. Today there are two Stroh beers - an American Lager and a Bohemian-style Pilsner. They both are easily recognized​ for their distinct Lion emblem and of course, great taste.

An American adjunct ale, Miller Genuine Draft targets those who want a smooth, easy-drinking beer. During its creation, the beer is cold filtered four times. At no point will it be heat pasteurized during the process. Miller Genuine Draught has an alcohol by volume rating of 4.7 percent.

As with many American beers, it all started with a German. Gottlieb Heileman came to the United States in 1848. By 1872, he was a partner in a brewery, eventually taking it over. By 1902, Old Style beer had hit the market, although it was originally known as Golden Leaf Lager.

Produced in Germany, this lager is fairly popular around the world. When opening it, you will immediately notice a very hoppy aroma and a full-bodied hops taste. It is brewed according to the 'Reinheitsgebot,' German purity laws dating back to 1516. Beck's was first kegged in 1873.

Brewed by Cervecería Modelo in Mexico, Corona is a popular beer worldwide and sold in over 150 countries. You should never drink it without a wedge of lime. No one is really sure of the reason for this. Corona was first brewed in 1925 but only exported to the United States for the first time in 1979.

Originating in Australia, Foster's Lager was first brewed in 1889. It is extremely popular around the world, particularly in the United Kingdom where it is the second largest selling brand. Fosters offers a crisp, refreshing, clean taste and comes in at 5.0 percent alcohol by volume.

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