Some may already be familiar with the first Project 12 product, Budweiser Black Crown. It was released early in 2013 and was met with a generally positive response from consumers. Craft beer fans found it somewhat lacking, but Budweiser’s core consumers gave it [Read more...]
“On America’s birthday, drink America’s beer”. This is the advertisement slogan from Anheuser- Busch this summer as it attempts to improve sales of its faltering but still flagship Budweiser brand as part of a summer campaign that combines patriotism, charity, and beer.
Anheuser- Busch has once again teamed up with the Folds of Honor Foundation this summer in an effort to raise money for military families. Folds of Honor specializes in offering educational scholarships to young people who have a parent either disabled or killed while serving their country. Anheuser- Busch is aiming to raise [Read more...]
Beer is a most enjoyable beverage and for some, nothing is better than the great taste of beer served straight from the tap. Buying a large tapping system for the home isn’t practical, but now there is an affordable solution to your draft beer desires. It is called the Draftmark Tap System, and it makes it easy to serve beer just like the bartenders at your favorite tavern or restaurant.
How does the Draftmark Tap System Work?:
The Draftmark Tap System is a small device designed to serve a gallon of cold beer from the comforts of home. It consists of a base unit with a battery and charger and requires the separate purchase of a [Read more...]
Anheuser- Busch InBev finds itself in some hot water, or shall I say cold water, as of yesterday. The big brewer has been accused of watering down its products, and the allegations have resulted in class action lawsuits filed in several states.
Beer drinkers have often complained about the watery nature of products brewed by Anheuser- Busch InBev, Miller, Coors, and other large breweries, but now the accusations are more than just a casual comment in search of an easy laugh. The matter is much more serious now, with plaintiffs claiming that Anheuser- Busch InBev is not being truthful about [Read more...]
December 21, 2012 was supposed to be the end of the world, at least according to Mayan prophecy. The prediction wasn’t the first of its kind and it certainly will not be the last, but it did present an excuse to party and thousands across the globe did exactly that. Some breweries even got in on the action and one of the products they created for the occasion is Shock Top End of the World Midnight Wheat.
Beer Style: Spiced Wheat
Calories: 153 per 12 oz. serving
Carbs: 11 grams per 12 oz. serving
Alcohol Content: 6 percent by volume
Shock Top End of the World Midnight Wheat pours to a cloudy, brown color with a nose of wheat, chocolate, vanilla, toffee, and a small amount of spice. The head of foam isn’t too bad provided the pour is [Read more...]