Saturday, December 22, 2007

Bud




Was looking for something different yesterday and ran across these beers at the local Class Six. It appears Anheuser-Busch has gotten into the specialty beer market with its release of a Michelob variety pack (includes a Pale Ale, Bavarian Wheat, Marzen and Porter). In the center, we have the 2007 Brew Masters' Private Reserve--a rich, malty Doppelbock that features a toasted malt flavor and ruby red highlights.

I was just on the Anheuser-Bush website and noticed all the specialty and so-called microbrews they're producing. They also have a big hand in the import market. They practically own the American beer market.

Reviews to follow...

4 comments:

Louis Winthorpe III said...

Not surprising. But alas, beer is losing its market share to wine.

Louis Winthorpe III said...

Wow, I've missed a lot of posts...

I thought you had pulled a TP and abandoned your blog...

Guess I've been buried under the books...

Merry Xmas!

Strap said...

yes, but wine is a fad...a yuppy thing that will pass. Americans have always been beer drinkers, starting with our brewer-patriot founding fathers.

Keith said...

And what's wrong with wine? (You do know that we are the 4th largest wine producing country?)