The independent consumer guide to beer product dating.
What can I tell you? Anheuser-Busch is the 800-pound gorilla that's sitting on Missouri.
All Anheuser-Busch beers (American Originals, Budweiser®,
Busch®, Christmas Brew, "Doc" Otis Hard Lemon Malt Beverage, Devon's
Shandy, Hurricane malt liquor, King Cobra malt liquor, Killarney's Red
Lager, Michelob®, Natural Light (and Natural Pilsener), O'Doul's®
(a non-alcoholic malt beverage), Pacific Ridge Pale Ale, Red Wolf, Tequiza,
and ZiegenBock) use the same dating scheme they've used since the summer of
1996, a DDMMMYY
Freshness Date indicating when the beer was bottled
or canned. Beer is considered past date 110 days after the Freshness Date.
Anheuser-Busch products dated before 02JAN19 are
Anheuser-Busch's manufacturer number is 18200.
More information about Anheuser-Busch product codes (including the scheme that proceded Freshness Dating) is available.
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