The independent consumer guide to beer product dating. Missouri

What can I tell you? Anheuser-Busch is the 800-pound gorilla that's sitting on Missouri.

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Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
(St. Louis, Missouri, USA)

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 06OCT19 are past date.

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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Beer Dies! is the independent consumer guide to beer product dating. It is not owned, operated, affiliated with, or endorsed by any brewery or brewing company. In other words, if you want to send e-mail to a beer company, don't send it to me. "Budweiser", "Bud Dry" "Bud Light", "Busch", "Michelob", "Michelob Light", and "O'Doul's" are registered trademarks of Anheuser-Busch, Inc. Try to respect that, OK? © Michael Bauser