You can buy Grey-based stuffed bears, bottles of Petite Sirah and spoof cookbooks. And men, there’s one product you might be tempted to seek out—right after you buy those Grey-licensed handcuffs. It’s a beer that claims to give you a boost in the bedroom. (But if you want other options, check out these 24 Best Supplements for Your Penis!)
Innis & Gunn, a Scottish brewery known for delicious beers like their Toasted Oak IPA and Rum Aged, now bottles a “performance enhancing” pale ale called “50 Shades of Green.” This limited-edition beer boasts 50 different types of hops from around the world which, we’ve got to admit, sounds pretty darn delicious. But what about the bedroom claims? The company uses ginseng, ginkgo biloba and damiana to achieve a playtime trifecta: increased sexual desire, blood flow and nerve stimulation.
Just don’t count on a pint to increase your pleasure. A recent study published in the journal Phytotherapy Research found “little evidence” to support claims that ginseng acts as an aphrodisiac and male performance enhancer. Even if the ginseng did have an effect, it would have to be pretty strong to counter the actual alcohol in the beer. And at the steep price of £33 per 330mL (that’s less liquid than you’ll find in a can of Coke), the name “50 Shades of Green” feels more like a description of the price than the beer itself.
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Planning to hit up happy hour? Be sure to reach for these brew’s to keep your six-pack intact.
Crisp, clean, and smooth. Enough said.
This beer is a favorite in Eastern Pennsylvania, where it’s brewed.
Bud Light Platinum
One of the newer additions to the Budweiser family, Bud Light Platinum is more potent than the average American brew and has fewer calories, too.
Rolling Rock Premium
Tastes like summer. Stick to this and you won’t grow out of your swimsuit.
Although it’s not super low-cal, downing a bottle or two of this brew won’t totally derail your weight loss efforts.
Perhaps the most surprising beer on this list. The great taste of Guinness but with a calorie-count in the range of a light beer.
This beer packs a combo we support: The great taste of a Budweiser with a calorie-count in the range of a light beer.
Sam Adams Light
Think of it as a good beer’s thinner brother.
Bud Light Lime
Not only is this beer refreshing and perfect for beach and BBQ days, it won’t make you look bloated in your bathing suit, either.
If you’re looking for an American-style lager that won’t break the calorie bank, cracking open a can of Busch isn’t a bad bet.
Ah. Refreshing, isn’t it? Keep it away from the beer bong and you’ll be just fine. And in case you were wondering, both men and women experience “beer goggles.”
Falls just above the 100-calorie mark, making it competitive with the top light beers. Don’t obsess over the details at this point: Just choose the one you like best.
Short on cash? Keystone light is one of the cheapest beers out there—and, lucky for you, it’s also one of the lowest-calorie brews on the market.
Select this beer if you’re a Bud man (or woman!), but want a brew that’s lighter in calories than the original.
Yuengling Lager Light
Goes down smooth, and with 43 percent fewer calories than regular Yuengling Lager.
Every bar has Miller Lite on tap for a reason. When in doubt, here’s your order.
No frills here. Just a good beer that won’t fill you out.
Light, crisp, refreshing and low-calorie. What more could you ask for?
Popping open a Natty Light may make you feel like you’re back in college, but don’t let that steer you away. Sipping the low-cal brew in lieu of your heavier go-tos may help you fit into your frat-days jeans again, too.
Michelob Ultra doesn’t claim our top spot because the brand has associated itself with running, cycling and living an active healthy lifestyle. It’s our #1 pick because it does all that and is lower in carbs than its closest competitor—and tastes great, too. It’s the #1 Best Light Beer in America.