By Kathryn Cannon

15 Best Cheap Beers That Are Praiseworthy

Tired of buying the same cheap beers that leave you full of regret? To ensure that you never sacrifice flavor for price, take a look at this list of 15 praiseworthy cheap beers.

Miller High Life

Miller High Life is unique amongst the other cheap beers out there. From the shape of the bottle to Miller’s own strain of yeast, High Life stands out.



Pabst Blue Ribbon has a cult following of hipsters and their respective hangout spots. If there’s a cut off band t-shirt, a graffiti laden pool table, and a mysterious smell, you’ll find a PBR.



Tecate tastes the way you want a Lager to taste. It’s light, refreshing and the flavor is good on its own. But you can enhance it in a few separate ways.


Yuengling Traditional Lager

It’s a very drinkable beer with a unique flavor profile. The blend of cluster and cascade hops really shine through and you’ll taste a hint of caramel sweetness from the malt.


Coors Banquet

The can and bottle are both iconic with Banquets yellow label and stubby glass bottle. The drinking experience is pleasant with a slight sweetness from corn and barley malt. Banquet is everything you want in a cheap beer.


Rolling Rock

Would you like some numerology to go with your cheap beer? Rolling Rock Extra Pale Lager can give you both a cheap brew and number conspiracies.


New Belgium Fat Tire

Fat Tire is cutting it close to being considered a cheap beer but you can still 12 packs under $15 roaming the wild. If you’re wanting to spring for a little more flavor then Fat Tire is there to satisfy.


Genesee Cream Ale

For cheap beers, Genesee Cream Ale is flavorful and will leave you wanting more. It’s an amalgamation of flavors that fall somewhere between a Lager and a classic cream ale.