Budweiser 25 Oz Can
From the Producers
Known as "The King of Beers," Budweiser was first introduced by Adolphus Busch in 1876 and it's still brewed with the same high standards today. Budweiser is a medium-bodied, flavorful, crisp American-style lager. Brewed with the best barley malt and a blend of premium hop varieties, it is an icon of core American values like optimism and celebration.
ABV: 5 %
Calories: 145 per 12 fl. oz.
Fat: 0 g per 12 fl. oz.
Carbs: 10.6 g per 12 fl. oz.
Protein: 1.3g per 12 oz. serving.
Because brewing is a natural process, values are approximate and may vary slightly.
Alcohol content will differ depending on the market in which the product is sold due to state regulations of permissible alcohol content. For example, in some markets, Budweiser may not exceed 3.2% alcohol by weight or 4% by volume.
How it's made
THE BEST OF 2,500: Budweiser is brewed with only the finest two-row and six-row barley malt, hand-selected from over 2,500 American and Canadian crops.
VERDANT RICE: We brew our lager using fresh, verdant rice – milled, polished, graded and immediately brewed for a light and crisp taste. It’s an expensive process; one we think is worth every grain.
OUR OWN HOPS: We’re obsessive about hops. Every year, we sort through over 1,600 hop samples, including those grown on company-owned and family-run farms in Bonner’s Ferry, Idaho and Huell Farm in Germany. Only the supplest, most aromatic hops are selected to create the distinctive flavor of Budweiser.
OUR YEAST: Incredibly, the 30 billion or so yeast cells used to produce every bottle of Budweiser beer are directly descended from the original culture used by Adolphus Busch.
NOT JUST ANY WATER: Consistently pure water is the key to consistently pure Budweiser beer. And that goes for any water that rinses or cleans our containers too. That’s why our filtered water is flown to our headquarters in St. Louis from around the country daily and tested for purity by our Brewmasters. Taste testing water to brew beer… That’s a commitment to quality. Now you know about the ingredients, but do you know about the process? Scroll through a tour.