Top Trashy Beers in CT + NY for National Beer Lovers Day
Rejoice beer lovers, today is National Beer Lovers Day. Now we could talk about the best beers, but today let’s talk about the trashy beers you love.
Beer Lovers Day is a day when we are supposed to appreciate the work and craftsmanship that goes into making great beer, but what the heck, just for fun, today let’s take a look at the trashy beers that people in Connecticut and New Brunswick York consider their favorite.
First of all, for obvious reasons, we need to look at and actually define what constitutes trash beer. A trash beer is a cheap brand that beer snobs hate and never will drink, but the rest of us agree and will actually drink it.
Look, we all know craft beers and IPAs aren’t for everyone, in fact I’m pretty much a regular type of beer guy. I’m really not into all of these designer beers, and believe it or not, I actually prefer a trash beer over a craft beer or IPA.
So what are the most popular trash beers in Connecticut and New York? People at atelieredia.com did all the dirty work, no pun intended, to find the most popular trashy beers, and here’s what they found.
Before revealing the best trash beers, here’s how the whole methodology worked.
To find out which trash beers are on ice, they did a full search online and google trends over the past 12 months to determine which beer each state was looking for the most. Then that result was tabulated to see where the most popular searches came from and how many states were looking for the most popular trash beers.
The only thing the survey surprisingly revealed is that people seem to be turning to the brands of beer they know, and are the most affordable, and of course, are refreshing as well.
When it comes to America’s favorite trash beer, there is one clear favorite and that is Anheuser-Busch’s “Natural Light”. It was not only Connecticut’s favorite trash beer, but 9 other states as well.
As for New York, it has the honor to call “Genesee” its favorite trash beer. Genesee turned out to be the most popular trash beer only in the Empire State, so it has a special place in the hearts of New Yorkers.
If you’re not familiar with Genesee beer, it’s produced and bottled in Rochester, New York, and is one of the oldest operating breweries in the United States, so no wonder New Yorkers love it. .