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Bud ICE*Packaging may vary


Light Lager /10% ABV / Missouri, United States

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Product details

Light Lager
Missouri, United States
Tasting Notes
Dry, Light, Grainy
Food Pairing
Nuts, Chicken
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
35-40° F

Product description

Crack open a cold, refreshing Bud Ice. The ice brewing process results in a full-bodied taste and a smooth finish. Bud Ice is brewed with a combination of malt and select unmalted grains and U.S.-grown hops. Anheuser-Busch’s exclusive ice-brewing process takes the beer to a temperature below freezing, which leads to the formation of ice crystals in the finishing process that gives Bud Ice its rich, smooth taste.

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Community reviews

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  • Michael Frazier.
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    Delicious and arrived cold.

  • Chanel Mason.
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    My favorite beer and chaser

  • John
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    Ice cold...nice!!!

  • Mark
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    Same as usual

  • Julius
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    My go to when I want a beer with a kick

  • Sandy
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    I had never tried Bud Ice before. I found it highly refreshing and tasty. Really surprised me. Recommend.

  • Vickie A.
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    That's my drink

  • Crystal
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    Perfect as always, never dented cans.

  • Daniel W.
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    Love my bud ice would have been better if I got all 15.

  • Gwendolyn J.
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    Great ?



Light beer is a beer (usually, but not always, a pale lager) that has lower calories and alcohol than typical beer. The drop in calories often means light beers have a "lighter" taste as well, but they can be great session beers if you're planning to have more than one.
Some beer snobs will tell you light beers taste like beer-flavored water. It is true that by cutting the calories, you're significantly reducing (or eliminating) things like hops or yeast that bring flavor.
Most light beers have a significantly low alcohol content, with some going as low as 1-2% ABV, but typically 3% - 4%. Compare this with most comparable "regular" beers, which fall in the range of 4% - 5% ABV.
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