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The ‘King of Beers’ is quickly losing popularity

So much for being the “King of Beers.” In another Clydesdale-size kick in its can, Budweiser is no longer among the top three best-selling beer brands in America, according to an industry report on Tuesday. Miller Lite has jumped ahead of Bud in sales, according to Beer Marketer’s Insights, a trade publication, which tallied up...


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