Americans love beer. According to a 2019 poll conducted by global analytics firm Gallup, 38 percent of the nation’s drinkers who were surveyed named it their alcoholic beverage of choice. In 2018, the U.S. beer industry shipped an impressive 202 million barrels, according to the National Beer Wholesalers Association.

To find out just who’s been selling all that beer, partnered with research firm Beer Marketer’s Insights to analyze shipping volume data and determine the current industry leaders.

The major takeaway from the study: Americans love American beer. A total of 82 percent of all beer consumed in 2018 was produced domestically, and just seven of the top 25 beer brands were imported. And while the big commercial brands have seen their sales decline 1.5 percent since 2017, Molson Coors and Anheuser-Busch InBev continue to dominate the industry, owning over two-thirds of the brands on the list.

Ready to find out which beers made the list? Here are the 25 best-selling beer brands in the U.S.

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