continued “The key to this project was the common yeast, which is a very important and often under-appreciated contributor to the flavor and aroma of beer,” said Jane Killebrew-Galeski, director of brewing, quality and innovation for Anheuser-Busch. “We are proud of all these beers, the variety and the quality, but we want consumer feedback. So, we’re looking forward to what we hear when we sample this summer. Our objective is to allow our brewmasters to show some creativity, but the beers must fit the hallmarks the Budweiser brand is respected for, such as quality and consistency, and have a very crisp and clean taste.”
Anheuser-Busch’s commitment to quality and spirit of innovation are at the foundation of the company’s history and continue to be it defining characteristics. This passion helped the company expand from a local St. Louis brewery to a leader in the industry. Today, Budweiser’s recipe for success brings together its proud heritage and talented teams to brew, package and sell some of the most popular beers in the world.