Since then, the brewery has undergone a reformulated formulation, most recently in 2016, and the company has been sold multiple times.
1977 marked the debut of Natural Light, an easy-drinking light beer. We concur that it is undeniably light. The taste and texture were deemed too mild by the testers.
Although this beer offers value for money (a 30-pack can typically be purchased for less than $15), similar to Natural Light, it fell short in terms of flavor.
Busch Light was a challenging beer to evaluate. A sip revealed it to be a respectable light beer. However, it had a distinct aroma that was difficult.
Grainy and overly saccharine, it failed to satisfy, despite the fact that it has a devoted following in the Midwest—much like a hot dish.
The mild variant of Milwaukee's Best Ice was not to our liking. When served extremely cold, it was invigorating, but it lacked the flavor one would anticipate from a light beer.
Testers perceived this beer to have an extremely delicate flavor and an almost ethereal consistency; however, it was not excessively frothy.
Busch is a neutral beverage. Its delicate flavor profile renders it appropriate for social consumption rather than for beer aficionados.