Unless you're drinking a beer from a local microbrewery, odds are you're drinking a beer that's owned by one of TWO companies. And those companies are: Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller.
Those two companies now own 210 of the major beer brands around the world . . . including 18 in the U.S.
The Anheuser-Bush InBev brands in the U.S. are: Budweiser, Busch, Goose Island, Landshark Lager, Michelob, Natural, Rolling Rock, and Shock Top.
Other brands they own that we drink here are Labatt, Beck's, Lowenbrau, St. Pauli Girl, Bass, and Boddingtons.
The SABMiller brands in the U.S. are: Blue Moon, Coors, Hamm's, Henry Weinhard, Icehouse, Leinenkugel, Mickey's, Miller, Milwaukee's Best, and Olde English. The other brands they own that we drink here are Foster's and Grolsch.
The third-biggest brewer in the U.S. is Pabst Brewing Company. They make PBR, Schlitz, Old Milwaukee, Colt 45, Stroh's, Old Style, Lone Star, and Rainier.