“More like Bud…WHYYYYYYY…uh, ser.”
~We’re not the best at puns
Budweiser is the number one selling beer in America. Let that sink in, America, and think long and hard about what you did. Do you do this just to make us upset? Do you? The reason doesn’t matter, all that we know is that Americans spend more of their money buying beer produced by a Belgian-Brazilian conglomerate than on beer that tastes like anything other than sadness. We’re not joking, we’re pretty confident abject sorrow is the active ingredient in Budweiser, and we got confirmation of this fact once we saw this Yahoo Answers post which is easily the most depressing thing we’ve ever read about beer.
While Budweiser is not exactly known for pushing the envelope past their “straw flavored spit water” standard, they do branch out on occasion and try to introduce new beers to an always-hungry-for-innovation market. The most popular of these efforts tend to range from “Bad but people seem to like it” to “this beer is not actively awful.” Even though they set a pretty low bar with all their products, they have managed to, time and time again, create terrifying concoctions. Beverages that haunt all who drink them for the remainder of their days.
Here are five such monstrosities.
Budweiser’s Five Worst “Beer Products”
Well, you know, apart from their actual beer products