Organic Grains Take Center Stage in Anheuser-Busch’s Latest Light Beer

America’s obsession with everything organic has come for your beer.

Anheuser-Busch InBev Finishes the Year by Buying 3 Craft Brewers in a Week

It’s been a busy week for Anheuser-Busch InBev. Yesterday, the beer behemoth announced they’d be buying Colorado’s Breckenridge Brewery, probably best known for its Vanilla Porter. This comes just five days after announcing on Friday that they’d be swallowing up Arizona’s Four Peaks Brewing. If you count the company’s recent purchase of UK craft brewer Camden Town Brewery, that’s three new acquisitions in the past five days.

Having It Both Ways: What Changed (and What Didn’t) When This Craft Brewery Was Bought Out

The news hit craft beer drinkers late last year almost without warning: 10 Barrel brewing, a Bend, Oregon craft brewery gaining national acclaim after bringing home medals at the Great American Beer Festival for several years, tucked itself neatly under the umbrella of the world’s largest beer company.

The Odd Twists and Turns that Will Keep Anheuser-Busch and Miller Separate Despite Their Merger

Probably the biggest irony of Anheuser-Busch InBev’s proposed merger with SABMiller was that it would bring together America’s best-known beer rivals: Anheuser-Busch and Miller. Over the past three-plus decades, few brands have fought over turf as much as Bud Light and Miller Lite.

Really Big Beer: SABMiller Accepts Anheuser-Busch InBev’s Buyout Offer

Despite growing speculation yesterday that the impending takeover of SABMiller by Anheuser-Busch InBev wasn’t going to happen before tomorrow’s regulatory deadline, this morning, the two beer behemoths announced they had reached a “possible deal,” with AB InBev buying out SAB for $104 billion.

Anheuser-Busch Admits Beck’s Isn’t Actually German, Looks to Settle Class Action Lawsuit

Back before the rise of craft beer made it possible to divide an average beer list into actually informative categories like pilsner, stout or IPA, most of those lists used two categories: domestic (cheap) and imported (expensive). With some exceptions a beer's place of origin doesn’t tell you much about its quality. But the logic seemed to be that imported beers deserved a higher price point because they traveled farther to get to your liver.

Anheuser-Busch Puts a Hold on Beer to Can Water for Storm Victims

Anheuser-Busch cans a lot of beer. Less well-known, however, is that throughout the years, the brewery canned a lot of water as well—around 73 million cans since 1988, according to the company. You can’t buy A-B-branded water in stores, though; it’s only available during times of emergency.