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Even though Belgium-based company InBev purchased Anheuser-Busch in 2008, I still consider Budweiser to be America's classic beer. It was also the beer my dad drank while I was a growing up, and the first beer I tasted at 10 months old (the late '70s were different times, folks). Unlike it's younger more popular brother Bud Light which I find undrinkable, I still enjoy the occasional Budweiser. Nostalgia may play a large part in this, but it really is a great beer for doing work outside in the summer. As evidenced above, the label has changed a lot over the years while retaining it's basic overall classic look. 5% ABV is the minimum a beer should be as well, so it meets that qualification. I can't justify rating it higher, but my heart won't allow me to rate it any lower... I give Budweiser, The King of Beers, a solid 6/10 swills. This Bud's for you.

I need the 3 variants pictured on the bottom. The first is hard to make out, but it's a small mouth Canadian bottle without the "1.18L" printed diagonally across the top left corner. If you can help, please email me.

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