What Is Louisiana’s Top Beer Brand?

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As the calendar flips closer to April and daytime temperatures soar from the hills of the north to the salty beaches of the Mississippi River Delta, there’s never been a better time for Louisiana residents to crack a cold one outdoors, maybe while scanning Louisiana betting apps, too.  

In Louisiana, it seems that the Bayou State’s favorite suds are all macro-brewed beers like Mexico City’s Modelo Especial and Corona (from Grupo Modelo) and Anheuser Busch brands like Bud Light, Busch Light and Michelob.  

With National Beer Day fast approaching on April 7, LouisianaBets.com wanted to know what beers have the highest brand awareness in the Bayou State. Utilizing Google Trends, we ranked the search volume interest scores in Louisiana from the top 10 American beer brands. according to a recent survey from Statista. The top 5 from those results are the following.

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Louisiana’s Favorite Beer Brands

Beer Brand Google Trends Search Interest Score
Modelo 32
Michelob 15
Bud Light 9
Busch Light 6
Corona 4

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What Beer Brand Do Louisiana Residents Prefer Most?

Overall, the top beer brands in Louisiana are Modelo Especial (32 search interest score), Michelob (15 search interest score), Bud Light (9 search interest score), Busch Light (6 search interest score) and Corona (4 search interest score).  

Of the five, Bud Light, Busch Light and Michelob are all brewed by Anheuser Busch, which is the wholly-owned St. Louis based subsidiary of AB InBev, which is based in Leuven, Belgium.  

The other two are made by Grupo Modelo of Mexico City (Modelo Especial and Corona), with the former surpassing Bud Light as the top selling beer in America in 2023.  

Regardless of which style of beer is your go-to, it seems certain that millions of Louisiana residents will go to their fridge and pull out their suds of choice come April 7, in honor of America’s ever-growing love affair with the bubbly beverage.  

Keep it here for more lifestyle items such as this, including: What are the Top Luxury Fashion Brands in Louisiana?

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Christopher Boan writes for LouisianaBets.com and has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, with experience at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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