Other colors - including cobalt blue - are unusual but occasionally seen.
Beer and ale - and the related stout, porter, and weiss - are the yeast fermented products of various grains, most commonly malted barley and/or wheat.
Many brewers will buy these bottles back from a retailer a full retail price, so there is no reason to keeping old beer on the shelf.
Anheuser-Busch, now a division of Anheuser-Busch In Bev, insists that the changes occurred last summer and fall, before In Bev took over the St. By letting some small brews stay on the shelves beyond 110 days, Anheuser-Busch is confirming what many craft brewers have thought for some time -- A-B was throwing out plenty of good beer that could have stayed on the market for weeks longer.
Of course this wasn’t info readily available to the consumer, which can make born on dates a bit confusing as they’re easy to mistake for pull dates.
While getting a beer as fresh as possible is great, aged beer can be pretty wonderful, so which beer should you pick up from the store?
Labels which show a U-type permit number but not the brewery of origin can usually be traced by the permit number. Its fun to add to these lists from old beer labels.
For example, Dad's Beer, Bottled for 905 Liquor Stores, St. Here is an example for the state of Missouri,: The feds referred to the near beer produced during prohibition as Cereal Beverages.