Beer with more alcohol? Welp, that doesn't sound like a bad idea to me whatsoever.

Beer purveyors MillerCoors and Anheuser-Busch have been trying to find ways to sell to the younger crows 21-30 years old. Finally, they found out that the younger crowd wants a higher alcohol content beer, and they're doing just that. Maybe they should have just asked sooner.


MillerCoors will be coming out with a new beer called Miller Fortune, which will compete with Anheuser-Busch's recent launch of Bud Light Premium. Both beers will have alcohol content of 6.9 percent, versus the regular 4.2 percent of a light beer.

Do you like this idea or do you think it will just cause problems?