Convince them it's gold. Liquid Gold.

Location of Origin: Brouwerijplein, 1, 3000 Leuven, Belgium
Date Established: 2004 (Completed Merge in 2008)
Category: Public (NYSE: BUD), Transnational Branded Conglomerate and Macrobrewery, Merger Resulted from Anheuster-Busch and InBev Belgium, Owns Stake in Other International Brands, Over $40Bil in Annual Sales, World's Largest Brewer With a 25% Global Market Share, Worldwide Distribution.

When you go out to buy a new car, most of us have to get what is in our budget - something like a Honda or a Toyota. These are great cars - reliable, practical, respectable, and good value. But no one goes out and buys a Honda because they love it. They do it because it is within their budget. No one would prefer a Scion, Suzuki, or Nissan over a nicer car if money wasn't an issue. ABInbev is is basically the beer industry's Kia. High production output, great for people who want experience for next to nothing, catering towards people in college (and recent graduates), and most importantly, nothing to write home about. And a huge marketshare. About 45% of the company's sales occur in North America. Sadly, for how many people "enjoy" these beers, we don't have much to say about them. But think about this: Apple, Inc. (AAPL) doesn't sell iPhones or iPads because they are the best products, they sell their electronics because they market them well... very well. AB Inbev is good at that sort of thing as well. Now if only their product was half as good as their Super Bowl commercials... then we'd have something to talk about here.

Reviewed Beer from Anheuser-Busch InBev


4-05-13 - Leffe Blonde

All rated Beer from Anheuser-Busch InBev


12-26-14 - Bud Light & Clamato Chelada - 1.02, Fruit/Vegetable Beer, 4.20%

7-19-14 - Budweiser Black Crown - 1.91, Canadian Amber/Red Lager, 6.00%

6-29-12 - Rolling Rock - 1.72, American Pale Lager, 4.60%

10-26-11 - Redbridge Gluten Free Ale - 1.82, American Amber/Red Ale, 4.00%

2-17-11 - Michelob Honey Lager - 2.61, American Amber Lager, 4.90%

2-17-11 - Michelob Marzen Oktoberfest - 2.87, Marzen/Oktoberfest, 5.10%

2-17-11 - Michelob Amber Bock Dark Lager - 2.66, American Bock, 5.20%

2-17-11 - Michelob Original Lager - 2.54, American Pale Lager, 5.00%

3-26-10 - InBev Belgium Leffe Blonde - 3.75, Belgian White, 6.60%
Please see review above.
Date Expurgated - Michelob Light - 1.73, American Light Lager, 4.20%

Date Expurgated - Michelob - 1.86, American Pale Lager, 5.00%

Date Expurgated - Bud Light Golden Wheat - 1.41, Spiced Lager, 4.10%

Date Expurgated - Shock Top - 2.47, Belgian Wheat Ale, 5.20%

Date Expurgated - Blue Light - 1.89, Canadian Light Lager, 4.00%

Date Expurgated - Labatt Ice - 1.46, American Ice Lager, 5.60%

Date Expurgated - Stella Artois - 2.53, Lager, 5.00

Date Expurgated - Honey Lager - 1.67, American Lager, 5.00%

Date Expurgated - Labatt Blue - 2.16, Canadian Lager, 4.70%

Date Expurgated - Killarney's Irish Red - 2.18, Red Lager, 5.00%

Date Expurgated - Natural Ice - 1.57, American Lager, 5.90%

Date Expurgated - Natural Light - 1.45, American Light Lager, 4.20%

Date Expurgated - Budweiser Select - 1.28, American Light Lager, 4.30%

Date Expurgated - Bud Light Lime - 1.32, American Light Lager, 4.20%

Date Expurgated - Busch Light - 1.48, American Light Lager, 4.10%

Date Expurgated - Busch - 1.75, American Lager, 4.60%

Date Expurgated - Budweiser - 2.05, American Lager, 5.00%

Date Expurgated - Bud Light - 1.53, American Light Lager, 4.20%
Yes, this was actually the first beer we have ever tried. Bud Light is the world's best-selling beer, and it's hard to even see how it sells... period.