A-B puts fruit in Michelob Ultra

April 26th, 2007 | Posted by Real Beer

Michelob Ultra fruit beersAnheuser-Busch has rolled out three fruit-flavored versions of its Michelob Ultra brand.

The three flavors – Pomegranate Raspberry, Lime Cactus and Tuscan Orange Grapefruit – will be available through Labor Day. They are sold in 12-bottle packs featuring all three varieties, and in single-flavor six-packs.

– A-B has also brewed an all-malt Bohemian pilsner for the Florida market – an extension of its program to brew regional beers in its regional breweries. Tarpon Spoon is brewed with two-row malt and a touch of toasted malt. It is spiced using Saaz and Tettnanger hops.

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6 Responses to “A-B puts fruit in Michelob Ultra”

  1. SteveH Says:

    Oh for the love of beer.

  2. Joe Fisher Says:

    Can I have any more distain for A-B?

  3. Sam Adams Says:

    why not just freeze it and put it on a stick?

  4. TJ Says:

    Looks like the rich getting richer to me. All beer is good….well, except for the at one skunky thing I had back in college. Wasn’t my fault. They made me drink it.

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