Anheuser-Busch InBev to Feature Zip-Code Beers in Fall

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(KPLR) - This fall, Anheuser-Busch InBev will feature a "Fall Sampler Pack" with "Zip-Code Beers." The pack will include beers brewed all over the country, and St. Louis will be in there too. They still need help picking which brews to go into the pack.

Nate Scudiere, Brand Manager for Budweiser visits FOX 2 to talk about how it will work.

Here's a description of some of the beers that could be included:

  • Budweiser Small Batch 91406 (Los Angeles): A deep-amber lager, that uses four different types of hops.
  • Budweiser Small Batch 63118 (St. Louis): A deep-gold 5 percent ABV American lager that uses the same types of hops (Hallertau and Tettnang) commonly used at the St. Louis brewery during the 19th century.
  • Budweiser Small Batch 43229 (Ohio): A light-amber lager using eight different types of hops.
  • Budweiser Small Batch 23185 (Virginia): A light-amber all-malt bourbon cask lager aged on bourbon staves and vanilla beans.
  • Budweiser Small Batch 13027 (New York): A bright-golden lager brewed with six imported and domestic hops.
  • Budweiser Small Batch 80524 (Colorado): A deep-gold, filtered wheat beer using lemon peel, orange peel and coriander.

Visit the Budweiser Facebook page to find out more about the samples for the zip-code beers and for information about a Made in St. Louis Concert that will feature local bands.