Americans' thirst for alcohol has increased since the coronavirus pandemic began, spreading across the United States in mid-March. That's benefiting beer, a beverage that was once falling out of favor with consumers as they shifted their preferences to low-calorie drinks, including spiked seltzer and spirits. People are still buying a lot of White Claw, spirits and wine, but budget beer brands have also spiked in sales over the past two months. In particular, Anheuser-Busch's Busch Light sales have increased 44%, according to inMarket. Other brands have also recorded double-digit sales increases, including Miller Lite, Michelob Ultra and Natural Light.
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