Warning.  This may be offensive to some.  Although we've got some great craft breweries here, the favorite beer in Texas is made somewhere else.  But it does taste great with lime!

With St. Patty's Day tomorrow, we're feeling the need to obsess a little bit over brews, so here we go.

The most popular beer in Texas is Corona, according to Brobible.  It's one of the top selling beers in the world, made in Mexico.

Agree?  A cold Shiner is pretty good too.

Here's my theory on Texans and beer-drinking.  The warmer the weather gets, the more we reach for the refreshing Mexican-inspired beers like Corona, Dos Equis, and Tecate.  Those are thirst-quenching, and might replace water for some Texans.  Just kidding!  Kind of.  In the spring, on days like St. Patty's Day, it seems like Texans reach for something a little more stout, like Sam Adams or Guinness, because the weather is cooler and we can handle a heavy beer. What's your favorite?

By the way, Wallethub says 13 million pints of Guinness will be consumed tomorrow by the St. Patrick's Day revelers.  I think that's just in Nacogdoches, and maybe Hudson too.  (LOL and wink wink.)

Actually, it says that's a worldwide number.  In other words, Lufkin will do it's part too. Happy St. Patty's Day, however you choose to celebrate.