Tier List Rating What The Best Pints Are Completely Divides Opinion
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Ah, a pint. Refreshing in the summer, comforting in the winter, an all-round good time.
However, not all pints are made equal and neither are pint ranking systems, it seems.
With a recent tiered chart being shared to social media, dividing fans quicker than, well, you could pour a pint.
So, what's at the top of the controversial list from @bambinobecky?
In category A sits the beloved Stella Artois, which we honestly just love to say.
Sitting next to the front runner is Peroni and San Miguel.
In category B the King of Beers himself, Budweiser, and Heineken.
This is followed by category C a Kronenbourg 1664, a Kopparberg (not a beer, but fine), and John Smiths.
Category D is Carling, Brewdog and Fosters, which firmly divided opinion just in time for bank holiday drinks to kick off.
And last, but judging by the comments section, no means least category E, Guinness, Corona and Strongbow.
People were quick to react online, just blatantly calling the list wrong.
One user wrote: "Guinness at the bottom… I’m calling '16-year-old who just had his first ale' made this chart."
While another simply stated: "Do they even have taste buds."
With other's chiming in on their frustration: "Guinness in E tier? Stella in A? Budweiser in B? That list is more messed up than Schindlers."
However, it wasn't just the tiers that divided opinion, but other user's offering their own suggestions.
Despite all the comments and ensuing arguments, one thing is decidedly clear from the incredibly inaccurate tiered system: people are passionate about beer.
And Guinness definitely should be higher up.
As one user wrote: "The first thing I noticed was that Guinness was at the bottom, this instantly voids their opinion as nonsense so the rest doesn't matter."
We kind of have to agree on this one.