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We tried the best 'cheap' beers from the grocery store — here's the only brand you should buy

INSIDER Logo By Sarah Schmalbruch of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 11: <strong> The INSIDER Summary:</strong><strong>We compared seven cans of cheap domestic beer.</strong><strong>PBR was the surprise winner, while we agreed that Rolling Rock tasted the worst.</strong><strong>This is part of an ongoing <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/category/taste-test">INSIDER taste test</a> series. In the past, we've compared everything from<a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/best-iced-coffee-starbucks-dunkin-donuts-peets-7eleven-mcdonalds-2017-7"> iced coffee</a> and<a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/the-best-fast-food-cookie-2017-8"> chocolate chip cookies</a> to<a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/best-fried-chicken-popeyes-churchs-chick-fil-a-kfc-2017-7"> fried chicken</a>. </strong><p><br> Sure, America is home to <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/best-beer-in-every-state-2017-7">incredible craft beer</a>, but when you don't want a fancy brew, you can head to your local grocery store and pick up a reliable, easy to drink, mass-market US <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/category/beer">beer</a>.</p><p> But which brand should you go with? Bud, Miller, Coors, and PBR are all staples, but which one actually tastes the best?</p><p> We put seven 'cheap' beers to the test to see which one goes down easiest as part of an ongoing <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/category/taste-test">INSIDER taste test</a> series. In the past, we've compared everything from <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/best-iced-coffee-starbucks-dunkin-donuts-peets-7eleven-mcdonalds-2017-7"> iced coffee</a> and <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/the-best-fast-food-cookie-2017-8">chocolate chip cookies</a> to <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/best-fried-chicken-popeyes-churchs-chick-fil-a-kfc-2017-7"> fried chicken</a>. </p><p> We bought all seven cans in New York City and spent anywhere from $2.29 to $3.99 per tallboy can. We performed our taste test blind to ensure that our ranking was not influenced by brand loyalty.</p><p> The brands we tried included:</p>Pabst Blue Ribbon Keystone Coors Light Rolling Rock Yuengling Lager Miller Lite Bud Light <p> Keep scrolling to read our thoughts and to see the complete ranking.</p>

The INSIDER Summary:

We compared seven cans of cheap domestic beer.

PBR was the surprise winner, while we agreed that Rolling Rock tasted the worst.

This is part of an ongoing INSIDER taste test series. In the past, we've compared everything from iced coffee and chocolate chip cookies to fried chicken

Sure, America is home to incredible craft beer, but when you don't want a fancy brew, you can head to your local grocery store and pick up a reliable, easy to drink, mass-market US beer.

But which brand should you go with? Bud, Miller, Coors, and PBR are all staples, but which one actually tastes the best?

I, along with five of my coworkers, put seven 'cheap' beers to the test to see which one goes down easiest as part of an ongoing INSIDER taste test series. In the past, we've compared everything from iced coffee and chocolate chip cookies to fried chicken.

We bought all seven cans in New York City and spent anywhere from $2.29 to $3.99 per tallboy can. We performed our taste test blind to ensure that our ranking was not influenced by brand loyalty.

The brands we tried included:

Pabst Blue Ribbon Keystone Coors Light Rolling Rock Yuengling Lager Miller Lite Bud Light

Keep clicking to read our thoughts and to see the complete ranking.

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