The best-selling beer in the world might just surprise you…

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I’ll give you a hint, the best-selling beer isn’t from America.

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10. Coors Light (U.S.)

2005 rank: 7
Market share: 1.3%
Outsold Coors by almost 13 to 1

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9. Brahma (Brazil)

2005 rank: 5
Market share: 1.5%
Brazilian beer also in AB InBev family

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8. Harbin (China)

2005 rank: 15
Market share: 1.5%
Chinese brand owned by AB InBev

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7. Heineken (Netherlands)

2005 rank: 6
Market share: 1.5%
Oldest brand in the top 10 (142 years)

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6. Yanjing (China)

2005 rank: 16
Market share: 1.9%
Billed as “the state beer of China”

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5. Skol (Brazil)

2005 rank: 3
Market share: 2.2%
InBev’s top beer before the merger with AB

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4. Budweiser (U.S.)

2005 rank: 2
Market share: 2.3%
The dethroned “King of Beers.” Chef David Chang is now a spokesman.

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3. Bud Light (U.S.)

2005 rank: 1
Market share: 2.5%
Sales volume down 7% since 2009

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2. Tsingtao (China)

2005 rank: 10
Market share: 2.8%
Yep, the world’s top two are Chinese

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1. Snow (China)

2005 rank: 11
Market share: 5.4%
Sales volume up 573% since 2005

That’s right, folks, the top two selling beers come from China.