(NEXSTAR) — As the summer heat continues, it’s the perfect time to pop a top on a beer (if you’re 21 and up) and cool off. But what’s your favorite brand of brew?

A recent poll by research and analytics group YouGov ranked the 75 most popular beers in the U.S., as indicated by participants, who based ratings on favorability and knowledge of the brands.

Here are the top 10.

10. Dos Equis

The green-bottled Mexican lager with the double-X name comes in at number 10. It’s known for its now-retired spokesperson, the so-called “Most Interesting Man in the World.”

The atmosphere at the 10th Annual Maroon 5 Halloween Party at the Sportsmen’s Lodge on Friday, October 31, 2014, in Studio City, Calif. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Invision for Adam Levine Productions/AP Images)

9. Bud Light

Budweiser’s light beer was first introduced in 1982 and is known for its cobalt blue labeling. Data by the Beer Marketer’s Insights in 2019 reviewed shipping numbers, which determined (based on how much is shipped to retailers), that Bud Light is America’s most popular beer brand.

NEW YORK, NY – JULY 26: A six-pack of Bud Light sits on a shelf for sale at a convenience store, on July 26, 2018, in New York City. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

8. Stella Artois

The Belgium-originated pilsner was originally created as a Christmas season beer and it’s even named after the Star of Bethlehem or the Christmas Star. Statistica data updated last year showed Stella Artois as the UK’s top beer based on consumer favorability.

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7. Blue Moon

This Belgian-style beer was originally called “Bellyslide Wit” when it was launched in 1995 at the Sandlot Brewery in Denver, Colorado.

NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 15: Blue Moon beer on display at Midnight Jazz Breakfast hosted by Carla Hall and Patti LaBelle at The Cecil on October 15, 2016, in New York City. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for NYCWFF)

6. Miller

Also known as Miller High Life, Miller, a pilsner-style beer, is the company’s oldest brand. It bills itself as “the Champagne of Beers.” The company has even taken the slogan so far as producing the beer in champagne bottles as part of a holiday edition.

CHICAGO, IL – SEPTEMBER 15: In this photo illustration, cans of Miller High Life and Budweiser beer that are products of SABMiller and Anheuser-Busch InBev (respectively) are shown on September 15, 2014, in Chicago. Illinois. (Photo Illustration by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

5. Budweiser

This pale lager was first sold in 1876 in St. Louis, Missouri. Since its introduction, the Anheuser-Busch-owned Budweiser has faced several trademark disputes with the European company Budweiser Budvar. That company owns the rights to the Budweiser name overseas. Budweiser is also known for many of its iconic Super Bowl ads.

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4. Samuel Adams

Often called “Sam Adams,” this lager is named after one of America’s founding fathers. It was introduced in 1984. Last year, Samuel Adams launched a limited edition beer so strong it was illegal to sell in 15 states.

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – MAY 10: Bottles of Samuel Adams beer are displayed on a shelf at a grocery store on May 10, 2019, in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

3. Corona

The company behind this Mexican pale lager said Corona’s unfortunate name similarity to the coronavirus didn’t negatively impact its sales.

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2. Heineken

This pale lager originated in the Netherlands in 1873 and has appeared as product placement in seven “James Bond” franchise movies and many advertisements, including “Daniel Craig vs. James Bond” for the latest installment, “No Time to Die.”

NEW YORK, NY – APRIL 19: Heineken beer is served during the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival on April 19, 2018, in New York City. (Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for 2018 Tribeca Film Festival)
  1. Guinness

The Irish dry stout originated in Dublin in 1759. The dark and thick brew is hugely popular in the United Kingdom and Ireland, naturally.

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The brew’s popularity is eclipsed in only one other country: Nigeria, where Smithsonian Magazine reports there are more Guinness drinkers than in all of Ireland.