Budweiser Zero Contains 0.00% ABV, No Sugar, And Only 50 Calories Per Can

Aug 4, 2020

Category: Vices

As the United States has grown increasingly health-conscious over the last few years, a slew of big-name companies have responded by delivering products with fewer calories and carbs and the like. And while Budweiser has previously rolled out healthier options such as its Select 55 beer, the American brewery has now taken things one step further with the release of its aptly-named “Budweiser Zero.”

Reportedly developed with help from NBA star, Dwyane Wade, Bud Zero is entirely devoid of any sugar or alcohol, and only contains 50 calories per can. Despite the absence of these aforementioned elements, Budweiser Zero manages to maintain the full flavor of a non-light beer. Available on numerous online alcohol delivery services, Budweiser Zero is available now in 12-packs of 12oz cans and individual 16oz single cans, though 6-packs of 12oz bottles are also scheduled to hit store shelves starting in December of 2020. For more information on the new beverage, you can check out the link to the Anheuser-Busch press release linked below.

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