Anheuser Beer List

AVOID THESE INBEV PRODUCTS! DRINK GOOD BEER NOT CORPORATE PISS!
Here is a list of all Anheuser Busch beers and beverages that I will avoid should they take away our theme parks and hospitality house. Additionally, we will ban all of these InBev products from our lives.

We take our family entertainment and love of Busch Gardens seriously!

Budweiser Family
Budweiser (World Beer Cup Bronze Medal, 1996)
Bud Light
Budweiser Select
Budweiser American Ale (available October 2008)
Bud Dry
Bud Ice
Bud Ice Light
Budweiser Brewmaster’s Private Reserve
Bud Light Lime
Budweiser & Clamato Chelada
Bud Light & Clamato Chelada
Bud Extra

Michelob Family
Michelob
Michelob Light (World Beer Cup Bronze Medal, 2006)
Michelob Honey Lager
Michelob AmberBock (World Beer Cup Bronze Medal, 1998)
Michelob Golden Draft
Michelob Golden Draft Light
Michelob Bavarian Wheat
Michelob Porter
Michelob Pale Ale
Michelob Dunkel Weisse (available Late 2008)

Ultra Family
Michelob Ultra (World Beer Cup Bronze Medal, 2004)
Michelob Ultra Amber (World Beer Cup Silver Medal, 2006)
Michelob Ultra Lime Cactus
Michelob Ultra Pomegranate Raspberry
Michelob Ultra Tuscan Orange Grapefruit

Busch Family
Busch
Busch Light
Busch Ice
The Natural Family
Natural Light
Natural Ice

Specialty Brews
Bud Extra
Bare Knuckle Stout
Anheuser World Lager (discontinued)
ZiegenBock
Ascent 54 (Colorado only)
Redbridge (gluten-free)
Rolling Rock
Landshark Lager
Shock Top (Formerly Spring Heat Spiced Wheat)
Skipjack Amber Lager (Mid Atlantic Only)
Wild Blue

Seasonal Beers
Sun Dog (New in 2008) (spring)
Beach Bum Blonde Ale (summer)
Jack’s Pumpkin Spice Ale (fall)
Winter’s Bourbon Cask Ale (winter)

Non-alcohol
O’Doul’s (World Beer Cup Gold Medal, 2006)
O’Doul’s Amber (4 World Beer Cup Medals)
Busch NA
Budweiser NA (Saudi Arabian Market)
Budweiser NA Green Apple (Saudi Arabian Market)

Energy Drinks
180 Blue
180 Sport Drink(discontinued)
180 Energy
180 Red
180 Blue Low Calorie
180 Sugar Free

Specialty Organic Beers
Stone Mill Pale Ale
Wild Hop Lager

Specialty Malt Beverages
Bacardi Silver
Peels (discontinued)
Tequiza
Tilt

Spirits and Spirits Distribution Alliances
Jekyll & Hyde
Bluecoat Vodka
Cape North
Hammer and Sickle Vodka
Ku Soju
Margarittaville Tequila
Purus Organic Wheat Vodka
Vermont Spirits

Malt Liquors
Hurricane Malt Liquor
Hurricane Ice
King Cobra (World Beer Cup Silver Medal, 2004)

Minority ownership brands
Red Hook Brewing
Widmer Bros. Brewing
Craft Distribution Alliances
Goose Island Beer Co.
Kona Brewing Co.
Ray Hill American Pilsner
Starr Hill Brewing
Fordham Brewing
Dominion Brewing

In addition to brewing its own beer, Anheuser-Busch also is responsible for the importation and distribution of the following international beers in the U.S.:

Harbin Lager
Tiger Beer
Kirin
Bass Ale
Boddingtons
Beck’s
Hoegaarden
Leffe
Stella Artois
Löwenbräu
Tennent’s Ale
Budvar Czechvar

Specialty beverage distribution deals
Borba Skin Balance Water
Monster Energy Drink
Lost Energy
Rumba Energy
Icelandic Glacial Spring Water

All of these brands can be verified by visiting Anheuser-Busch.com.
You’ll find it on the “beer brands” tab.

I was also told by an unreliable source that 50% of Corona was owned by Anheuser Busch.
I need to do some digging on that one.
Here is a little information that leads me to believe it is a true fact.

I will soon follow with a list of products that are completely independent of the big InBev.
Just a guess though folks, the list is probably getting shorter. Doesn’t that concern you?

13 Responses to “Anheuser Beer List”

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  3. Joel on April 3rd, 2011 10:46 pm

    I feel like I am being torn in two. Part of me wants to support the small guys, which I do. But I want to buy the small guy at a reasonable price. Reasonable price means large corporation. I switch back and forth between the corporation beers and the small guys.

  4. jj on July 29th, 2011 9:31 pm

    Search for Groupo Modello to learn how much ABInBev owns of the brand you know as Corona. Also, Goose Island is ABInBev owned. ABInBev has over 200 beers in it’s global markets.

  5. Jonathan on October 13th, 2011 8:57 pm

    50% of corona is owned by anheuser busch: TRUE….. my mother works at the anheuser busch factory and she is a reliable source . she informed me that is is correct

  6. Matthew on January 7th, 2012 11:38 am

    I am just glad that some one takes the time to post things like this. I am sure a lot of people are wondering where, what they eat and drink are really coming from. For the most part I assume based on marketing and sale price that most things at the store are from some “big guy” like bud. The real fast is that small brewery’s and drink company’s can’t afford the marketing that “big guy’s” can. If you want to support small brewery’s. look for the less glit and glam . The beers in the back. Spend a little more time looking and reading and you’ll have great product at a great price.

  7. Marina on November 21st, 2013 11:29 pm

    I’m going to avoid their products until they close down Sea World. THEN I’ll gladly be a customer again. Did you see Black Fish?! Absolutely Horrible torcher of killer whales and other marine life.

  8. Erica on April 20th, 2014 8:06 pm

    Thank you for the list.
    It’s sad and pathetic when a beloved brewery says ” screw integrity, all I want is money.”
    I loved drinking shocktop! It kills me I cannor anymore.
    I will quit drinking any local Stl brewery’s drinks if they sell out

  9. pam on June 10th, 2014 11:05 am

    i heard that annheiser bush bought pepsi . is this true??????

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    Don’t buy any Budweiser Beers. They are a loser political company!

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