You’re about to be treated to the top secret bud light home brew recipe! Anyone who follows this website or has ever talked to me about beer knows one thing – my disdain for the giant beer companies in the States that do nothing but crank out crappy mass-produced tasteless lager. They use cheap adjuncts such as corn and rice, while craft breweries use the best ingredients they can get their hands on.
I find it very disheartening to see relatively intelligent people buy and drink this bud light crap just because they see 200 commercials a day telling them to. Yes this is a rant, but if you’re still reading this and haven’t cursed me out loud by now, you’re probably on my side.
You see, for me it’s not about picking on a successful brand because everybody else loves it and I want to be defiant or go against the grain. Rather, it’s supporting people who are truly treating the brewing process as a craft. I’m the kind of person who doesn’t mind spending a little bit extra on things that were made with great care and passion. For example, I’m happy spending a dollar or two more on a block of cheese from a local farm versus buying a block of mass-produced “cheese” from Velveeta. I believe in supporting local artisans that are keeping old traditions and crafts alive by pouring their hard work and passion into their products. That’s why I love craft beer, and hate the tasteless crap most giant commercial American breweries such as budweiser produce.
That’s why I put together this video to share what I believe is the actual bud light home brew recipe:
The sad truth is that it’s really not that hard to produce tasty beer that’s worth drinking. Hell, I can teach anyone with half a brain how to make home brew that’s better than anything budweiser produces in their very first batch of homebrew!
So… this is my shot at budweiser and all the giant evil breweries that make crappy beer. If you like this, pass it along on youtube, add some comments, and share it with your friends so we can spread the word that we’re no longer going to settle for watery tasteless mass-produced “beer”!
Long live craft beer and home brewing!
Steve, your humble brewmaster.