Tag Archives: Budweiser

Budweiser Millenium Edition

My boss at work found this little gem at a garage sale over the weekend: That’s a Budweiser Millennium Edition collector’s pack: a champagne-style corked bottle of Budweiser along with four nice Pilsner glasses. Still in box, basically untouched. Apparently this was released in 1999, so this is an 11-year-old bottle of Bud, and who knows what sort of conditions it was stored in. However, we’re planning on opening and tasting this beer later this … Continue reading →

American Macro Week: Budweiser

Budweiser has the distinction of being the first beer on the tasting spree. This flagship beer from Anheuser-Busch (the self-proclaimed “King of Beers” and “The Great American Lager”) sits right at 5% alcohol by volume and, according to A-B, has been brewed since 1876. I will say right up front as I begin writing these reviews that I have a ton of respect for the brewers of these big breweries that can produce a consistent, … Continue reading →