If beer drinkers in Georgia give a thumbs-up to Bud Light Apple, the rest of us will have a chance to enjoy one too. This week, Anheuser-Busch launched a 22-week test of their latest beer flavor before taking the new product nationwide. The fate of that beer is now in the mouths of Georgians.
As soon as the Chew Boom crew heard about the Georgia test, our team went to work on tracking down the origins of the elusive Bud Light Apple. It was the yeast we could do.
As it turns out, Bud Light Apple actually launched north of the border in Canada sometime earlier this year in the spring. The product was exclusively available in Canada, but now appears to have caught the attention of executives at Anheuser-Busch InBev in the US.
In Canada, Bud Light is brewed by Labatt, the largest brewer in the country, and owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev.
It’s probably fair to assume that the Bud Light Apple beer being tested in Georgia is the same brew currently being sold in Canada.
With that, below you will find a couple of videos featuring Bud Light Apple from our neighbors to the north.