Budweiser has a lot of people talking, thanks to some branded bread mix kits
Founded in St. Louis, Missouri in 1876, Budweiser has been known as “the King Of Beers” for decades. An on-going partner of major sporting organizations, last month Budweiser made headlines by unveiling a new, patriotic-themed family of products and TV commercials.
Presently, Budweiser is donating money to Folds Of Honor from each case sold through July 4, 2020, up to $75,000; this is in addition to the $500,000 recently donated by the Anheuser-Busch Foundation to the American Red Cross in support of military families.
Budweiser has also grabbed headlines with its Beer Bread Mix kits. Offering the quarantine-baker a new-bread-brew alternative, Bud’s Beer Bread recipe calls for one can of Budweiser. Just add that can to the fluffy mix, bake it and then eat it straight from the oven.
The Budweiser Beer Bread Mix kits are currently available in four signature recipes, all available via ShopBeerGear.com for $6.95: Classic, Basil Parmesan, Cheesy Garlic, and Cheddar Bacon.
Per the Classic offering, it ought to appeal to your standard fan of sourdough offerings. As listed within the aforementioned ShopBeerGear site, it is “classic beer bread, nothing unnecessary, everything you want.”
Each packet weighs in around 15 ounces — can of beer aside — making sure that it feeds several hungry individuals.
Elsewhere in the kitchen, Budweiser also has an interesting BBQ Set on the market. You can get your grill on with this set featuring three barbecue sauces: Classic, Honey, and Sweet & Smoky Brewmaster’s Premium Barbeque Sauce. It also comes with a basting brush.
So any way you slice it, Budweiser continues to do interesting things both inside and outside of the tap room.
Which of these bread mix kits will be trying out?