Busch Bavarian was the first beer brand Anheuser-Busch introduced following the repeal of Prohibition. Mainly introduced for consumers in the Midwest and Southeast, Busch dropped Bavarian from its name when it went national in 1979. A refreshingly smooth taste, pleasant hop aroma, and slightly sweet finish, Busch is “Cold As A Mountain Stream, Smooth As Its Name.”
Best served in a Pilsner glass.
2008 Bronze Medal American Standard Lager at the North American Beer Awards
2002 Gold Medal American-style Lager at the North American Beer Awards
1999 Gold Medal American-style Lager at the North American Beer Awards
St. Louis, MO