Brewed with only the best barley malt, a blend of premium hop varieties and then in Beechwood (something they very much pride themselves on) this process produces a taste, smoothness and drinkability that they claim no one else can deliver at the same price. And honestly, we can’t agree more.
Pick up a bottle or can of Budweiser Premium Lager for a medium-bodied, flavourful and crisp American lager. For a sip of beer history, you can also buy the Budweiser Budvar Beer all the way from the Czech Republic and you can be sure it ticks all the boxes on Czech beer making traditions.
- It's kind of both (and rather complicated), but the brand of Budweiser that you'll recognise from TV ads is American (owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev). Meanwhile, there's the similarly named and branded drink from Czech brewers Budweiser Budvar. The American Budweiser has been brewed since 1876, while the Budweiser Budvar was originally founded in 1895. Despite the American version being founded first, the brewing method used by both companies originates from the former German city of Budweis (now part of the Czech Republic) - hence the tricky situation of who has the rights to use the name. As a result, both companies (through umpteen court cases) claim rights to use the 'Budweiser' in different countries. In the UK, court settlements outlined that neither company has exclusive rights to the 'Budweiser' name, which is why you'll find both types listed in our range. We did say it was complicated!
- Some of the American branded Budwesier Premium Lager bottles do have twist-off caps, meaning you no longer need to use a bottle opener (or your teeth).