Consider one of these ten beers next time you crack a bottle.
These top 10 healthiest beers, ranked by details.com, may be your safest bet when it comes to preventing beer belly (besides not drinking at all). My top 3 favorites are No. 2, No. 4, and No. 7.
Number 1. Pacifico
Ranking first is the Mexican pilsner, Pacifico, with only 135 calories per bottle and 4.5% alcohol.
Number 2. Guinness
Also one of my personal favorites, Guinness is low in carbs (11 g), higher in fiber (3.5 g) and 4.2% alcohol. It’s also nitrogenated unlike most other beers making it less filling. I personally love the dark, robust flavor.
Number 3. Sierra Nevada
Coming in third, for my friends with a hoppier palate, is Sierra Nevada Pale Ale with a higher alcohol percentage (5.6%) and 175 calories/bottle.
Number 4. Sam Adams Light
I don’t like light beer but the people at Sam Adams are masters of their craft. With 119 calories, 9 grams of carbs and 4% alcohol, Sam Adams makes the top 4 of the healthiest beers.
Number 5. Abita Purple Haze
I’ve personally never had Abita Purple Haze before but considering it’s brewed with fresh raspberries, only has 11 grams of carbs and is 4.5% alcohol, I could certainly imagine why it made the top 5 healthiest beers.
Number 6. Left Hand Good Juju
Made with fresh ginger this ale may help aid in digestion (of course alcohol-free ginger is a better option though). Left Hand Good Juju only has 131 calories, with 4.5 percent alcohol.
Number 7. Yuengling Lager
A personal favorite of mine, Yuengling lager only has 135 calories and 4.4% alcohol. Yuengling is a much more flavorful choice of beer than Budweiser or cheap college beers and is fairly inexpensive. I was glad to see this made the top 10 healthiest beers!
I paired Yuengling Lager with my Boneless Rib Sandwich for an incredible, health conscious BBQ dinner.
Number 8. New Belgium Sunshine Wheat
IPA-lovers rejoice, there’s another option for you. This American pale wheat ale only 145 calories/serving with 4.8 percent alcohol, and 13 grams of carbs.
Number 9. Flying Dog Snake Pale Ale
Another one for the IPA-lovers, Flying Dog Snake Pale Ale packs more alcohol (7.1% alcohol) and hops in each bottle than the others but comes at the price of 188 calories per bottle and 13 grams of carbs per bottle.
Number 10. Deschutes Chainbreaker White IPA
Surprisingly, for a beer that’s 5.6% alcohol, this brew only contains about 11 grams of carbs per bottle. Definitely worth trying if you’re an IPA fan.
Pair these beers with my Top 10 Healthy BBQ Foods.