At long last, Dry January is behind us. If you were on board, cheers! You made it! Honestly, one month was enough. Whether you went dry or not, you might be sticking to New Year, New You resolutions. To help you stay on track, may we propose Healthy-ish February? We sampled light beers from our favorite craft breweries and assembled a diet-friendly list that all still pack a flavor punch. Get ready to crush some beers and your goals!
The love child of a Mexican Lager and a German Gose, this tart and refreshing – and did we mention light? – sour ale pays homage to the Gose tradition with sea salt and lime.
For when you might need to pace yourself, this Avery brew maintains the big IPA flavors you love while keeping calories low thanks to ingredients with high returns in taste and aroma.
Celebrate crushing your goals and smashing through your personal best with this beer, a spicy and zesty IPA that pairs well with any hop lover’s lifestyle.
Earning the stamp of approval from Men’s Health, this hazy pale ale’s name captures how you feel tasting the miraculous combination of low cal and big flavor.
Wielding a mighty not-so-secret weapon, monk fruit, Dogfish Head’s low-cal IPA delivers delicious tropical flavors and a refreshing hop profile without unnecessary sugars.
This IPA is so big on hops, with a powerful aroma and balanced bitterness, you wouldn’t even know it’s low calorie…except it’s right there on the can.
Lil’ on the calories but not so lil’ on the flavor, reach for this light cerveza when you need crisp, smooth and refreshing – or when you’re staring down a plate of tex-mex.
Bright as a sunny day to the eyes, like a blooming bouquet on the nose, this beer was developed to lighten your spirits but also make it easier to go back for another can.
For when you don’t quite need to be on your best behavior, Good Behavior is an ideal sessionable IPA with a light body, slight haze and crisp finish to keep you coming back.
You’ll forget you’re drinking a low-calorie beer when you experience the citrusy, fruit-forward and herbal vibes of this hazy IPA.
This light lager delivers crisp and clean refreshment with a malt-driven finish, proving that light beer definitely qualifies as Real beer.
Techniques in late hopping and a new hop varietal lend juicy pineapple and melon flavors to St. Arnold’s low-calorie IPA.
This low-calorie IPA is so little on the carbs (only 3.2g per can!), it’s perfect for those trying to get their Ketosis on while enjoying the IPA flavors they love.
Like a rigged game of horseshoes, the big hop character, fruity notes and little bitterness of this low-cal IPA make it so easy to toss a few back.