There are over 6,000 breweries across the United States. But nothing beats the cold, refreshing taste of a domestic beer after a long day. There’s a nostalgia that comes from a good foamy pour and a frosted glass. That good feeling is why Bernick’s offers a variety of domestic beers to its customers. With a selection of light, European, and non-alcoholic options, we gladly distribute crowd favorites, so everyone can enjoy the spirited taste. Select the icons below to skim our product category and let your Bernick’s rep know what you’d like to try!
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Boxer Lager is a classic Canadian-style dry lager. It is a golden color with light aromas of malt and grain. It has a pleasant hoppy bitterness and a clean crisp finish.
Slightly sweet and super smooth, COLT 45 is the malt liquor that works every time.
Coors Banquet is the beer Adolph Coors first brewed in 1873. Since then, Banquet has been brewed only in Golden, CO with 100% Rocky Mountain water and Moravian barley. It is a brand steeped in rich heritage and tradition.
Coors Light is cold-lagered for a crisp, clean taste, cold-filtered for a brilliant, bright appearance and cold-packaged at the peak of freshness. The result is Rocky Mountain Cold Refreshment - a rewarding beer that leaves people revitalized and inspired, ready for the next challenge.
Good Ass Beer is a Premium Light at a Light Price! With hints of Brown Ale and Hops, Good Ass Beer is a crisp, refreshing, Light Lager.
Local legends aren’t just born, they’re brewed. And no beer in the Midwest has a grander brewing tradition than Grain Belt. For over 100 years, Grain Belt has been the beer that fathers have passed on to sons and friends have passed amongst each other at local bars and watering holes. It is a beer with tradition that spans generations. Which is why it has become legendary–both here and across the country.
Hamm's, first brewed in Minnesota in 1865, is America's classic beer. Hamm's is brewed using the purest water and the choicest barley malt, grain and hops. The beer that is "Born in the Land of Sky Blue Waters" is available in select states.
Brewed by Plank Road Brewery, the never watered down taste of Icehouse is born from ice brewing ingredients. Icehouse uses Ice Brewed Below Freezing™ resulting in the formation of actual ice crystals, delivering the bold, never watered down taste.
Keystone Light is a light-bodied, crisp, refreshing beer that is always smooth.
The Jacob Leinenkugel Family Brewery was founded in Chippewa Falls, WI, in May 1867 by Jacob Leinenkugel. A family man driven by an iron work ethic, Jacob knew that his family heritage would play an integral part of his brewery's success. Today, the fifth generation of Leinenkugel's continue to brew the same family inspired recipes that Jacob poured his heart and soul into. Over the years, the family has grown and so has the brewery, but its history and heritage remain at the forefront.
Mickey’s is a fine malt liquor with a full body, moderate bitterness, and a fruity aroma. It’s well-known for innovative packaging, such as the stubby 12 oz. “grenade” bottle.
Miller 64 is brewed for the you that puts in work because it's worth it. Low carb, low calorie light beer.
Miller Genuine Draft
Miller Genuine Draft utilizes an innovative cold filtering process that allows us to capture fresh draft taste in every bottle. Unlike many beers, it’s never heat pasteurized, which means it’s genuinely draft beer, bottled. So no matter where the night takes you, count on fresh draft taste, every time.
Miller High Life
There's a whole lot of tradition that goes into making Miller High Life. We brew the golden pilsner with the yeast our founder brought over from Germany, light stable Gelena hops from the pacific northwest, and a select combination of malted barley. This combination made Miller High Life a favorite in 1903, and it remains one today.
Miller Lite is a fine pilsner brewed with the finest quality ingredients. Because of a special brewing process, Miller Lite gives you more taste at only 96 calories per 12oz. It's Miller Time.
Milwaukee Special Reserve
Milwaukee Special Reserve is an American adjunct lager style.
The Old Milwaukee brands have always stood for steadfast American quality. These masterfully crafted lagers revel in being predictably superior and uncomplicated. No gimmicks, just great tasting beer. How great? Old Milwaukee Light is the most award-winning light beer in the history of the Great American Beer Festival, which proves that there’s nothing more refreshing than a commitment to fundamentals.
Olde English 800 is one of America's leading malt liquor brands. Commonly referred to as "OE800," it offers smooth, rich taste with a slightly fruity aroma that is a favorite among malt liquor drinkers. OE wears the crown because it is the King of Malt Liquors.
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Pabst Blue Ribbon is brewed in the finest traditions of an American Premium Lager dating back to 1844. Brewed with a combination of 2 & 6-row malted barley, select cereal grains and American and European hops, Pabst Blue Ribbon is fermented with proprietary lager yeast. Our unique fermentation and maturation process results in a smooth, full bodied beer with a clean, crisp finish with a fine noble hop aroma.
Brewed by City Brewing in La Crosse, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania Style lager comes in three varieties: light, lager, and ice.
Introduced in 1994 and brewed with two barley malts and five varieties of American hops, Red Dog is a bold, yet uncommonly smooth beer. Golden in color, Red Dog is a full-flavored lager with medium body and crisp, refreshing finish.
Schmidt lager honors the traditions and spirit of the Northwest. Painstakingly brewed and leisurely aged, Schmidt is a full-bodied American-style lager that balances easy drinkability with traditional lager flavor.
When you want the taste and refreshment of a beer, but without the alcohol, have a Sharp's. Introduced in 1989, Sharp's is a non-alcohol alternative to premium beers. Our patented Ever-Cool brewing process allows Sharp's to be brewed at a lower temperature, minimizing production of alcohol and giving Sharp's the great taste of beer.
Brewed by the G. Heileman Brewing Company. From the 1940s onwards, Heileman continued to support its two best-known brands, while pursuing an aggressive acquisition strategy. By 1979, Heileman marketed 34 brands, operated 9 breweries nationwide, and sold over 11 million barrels of beer! In Chicago, Heileman commanded a 41% share of market. Today, consumers across the upper Midwest continue to enjoy the quality and purity of Heileman's Special Export and Special Export Light.
Steel Reserve is produced by the Steel Brewing Company in Fort Worth, Texas. Steel Reserve uses a formula of extra barley and select hops, which is slow-brewed for a minimum of 28 days to produce an extra gravity malt beverage.
A name as important to the success of Detroit as Ford or Chrysler, the Stroh family began with humble roots, brewing beer in a family-owned inn during the 18th century in Kirn, Germany. In 1848, during the German Revolution, Bernhard Stroh, having apprenticed at his father side, immigrated to the United States. He established his own brewery in Detroit in 1850. Stroh named his new company Lion's Head Brewery, adopting the Lion's Crest logo from the Kyrburg Castle in Germany – the same crest that adorns Stroh beers today