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Least Popular Beers
Least Popular Beers

Is your favorite brew in danger of going away FOREVER?

<Shudder!>

USA Today reports on a new study by 24/7WallStreet.com that analyzed beer sales which found nine beers that have plummeted in sales since 2007.

The list:

1.  Michelob Light, down 70%.

2.  Budweiser Select, down 62%.

3.  Milwaukee’s Best, down 59%.

4.  Miller Genuine Draft, down 56%.

5.  Old Milwaukee, down 54%.

6.  Milwaukee’s Best Light, down 40%.

7.  Heineken Light, down 37%.

8.  BUDWEISER, down 29%.

9.  Labatt Blue, down 28%.

Don’t lose hope if your favorite is on the list…Pabst Blue Ribbon was on it’s deathbed and rebounded as a new, trendy “chic” beer (Go figure!) among college students.

Utica Club, anyone?

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