New Budweiser Prohibition Alcohol Free is America’s genuine non-alcoholic brew.
It’s a refreshing beer with the taste of alcoholic Budweiser. Some reviewers have even said they couldn’t taste the difference.
Sweetcorn and mashed barley, and a bit grassy.
During prohibition, Budweiser brewed a non-alcoholic recipe for those who counted on Budweiser taste and quality. A century later, they still deliver a smoothness and drinkability that is perfect for every occasion.
Adolphus Busch introduced Budweiser — the ‘King of Beers’ — in 1876. Sticking with its original recipe, this great American lager is aged over beechwood chips for 21 days, resulting in a perfectly balanced flavour and a crisp, clean refreshing taste.
- The 18th Amendment of the US Constitution outlawed the sale and transport of alcohol from January 17, 1920. It was in effect for 13 years, until being repealed by the 21st Amendment.
- The plan was fuelled by the Temperance movement but it backfired. After all, we associate prohibition with gangsters, bootleggers, speakeasies and rum-runners, rather than clean living.
- Obviously Dry Drinker loves alcohol free choices – we certainly don’t go as far as Temperance leader Carrie Nation, who was driven to close bars in Kansas, often throwing bricks inside saloons. At one point in, she even wielded a hatchet…
- The Anti-Saloon League fought the rapid growth of ‘immoral’ and ‘unrespectable’ saloons which was prompted by faster and cheaper brewing technology.
For Bud lovers
Budweiser Prohibition is for those who love beer, who will never sacrifice on quality or taste and want to enjoy freely. After all, beer isn’t about alcohol; it’s about using the best, natural ingredients and brewing with passion.
This new brew was tested in Canada before being launched in the UK this autumn. So we’re getting it before the US!
water, barley malt, rice, malt extract, hop, hop extract, natural flavours
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