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.
Cold As A Mountain Stream, Smooth As Its Name
American Style Lager
Busch is brewed with a blend of premium American-grown and imported hops and a combination of malt and corn to provide a pleasant balanced flavor. A refreshingly smooth taste, pleasant hop aroma, and a slightly sweet finish.
American Style Light Lager
Introduced in 1989, Busch Light was the first Anheuser-Busch product to be cold-filtered, producing a light, brisk and invigorating taste. Busch Light is a bright straw color with an aroma that is slightly fruity with mild hop and fresh yeast notes. The taste is fruity with touches of grainy, malty notes.
Non Alcoholic Beer
Introduced in 1994 in 15 states, Busch NA became Anheuser-Busch’s first sub-premium-priced non-alcohol brew. Busch NA is fully brewed with the finest natural ingredients, including hops, barley malt, cereal grains and water, with the alcohol carefully and naturally removed. It contains less that 0.5% alcohol by volume.