Anheuser Busch is Being Sued for Watered Down Beer and Mislabeled Alcohol Content
Recently, Maker’s Mark had to deal with the conspiracy that their bourbon was watered down. Now Anheuser-Busch is being accused of watering down their beers. The beer giant is responsible for Budweiser, Bud Light, Michelob, King Cobra, etc. A class action lawsuit has been filed against the company that is a part of InBev, which hopes to garner $5 million. The claim is that the beer is watered down so the alcohol content that is stated is not the actual amount in the beverages.
A-B completely denies all these claims and says that they correctly label all of their products. They have released a statement vehemently discussing the importance and popularity of their brand and the honesty of their company’s policy.
The lawsuit, whether won or lost, will affect the company’s future because even if beer drinks can’t tell the difference between watered down beer and regular beer, the perception will skew their interpretation.
InBev will need to fight this case with gusto to avoid the label of lying, scheming beer sellers. The firm has been accused of changing recipes for cost effective reasons in the past, …