It was ok, I liked having beer brought to my door I didn't think it was gonna take as long as it did, but overall, great!
Light Lager /4.1% ABV / Missouri, United States
- Light Lager
- Missouri, United States
- Calories per Serving (12 oz)
- Carbs per Serving (12 oz)
- Tasting Notes
- Dry, Light
- Food Pairing
- Nuts, Chicken
- Suggested Glassware
- Pint Glass
- Suggested Serving Temperature
- 35-40° F
Busch Light Beer is a light bodied American beer that delivers fewer calories and a classic taste. This lager beer is made with a blend of premium American-grown and imported hops and a combination of exceptional barley malt, fine grains, and crisp water to provide a pleasant, balanced flavor. Busch Light Beer contains 95 calories and a 4.1% ABV per serving. Enjoy Busch Light Beer anytime the occasion calls for refreshing drinks; grab a case of beer cans to enjoy while watching sports or hanging out with friends. This lager beer pairs perfectly with your next turkey burger or pizza. The canned beer comes in a convenient case that's easy to take with you anywhere.View all products by BuschCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
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I got bottles instead of cans which I could not bring on a tour
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It's the nectar of the gods!
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It wasn't cold.
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Did some reason, it’s popular
JoshVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
Showed up fast, but beer was hot
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That’s funny to ask haha!
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Didn’t get the correct item
BrianVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
Never can go wrong with Busch Light.
About The Brand
Busch beer has a long and illustrious history rooted in tradition, exceptional ingredients, and crisp, refreshing taste. It started as Busch Bavarian Beer, made a comeback as the first beer introduced by Anheuser-Busch after prohibition, and to this day it's the only beer that proudly displays our founder's name.