Bud Light Platinum

February 10, 2012 by staff 

Bud Light Platinum, This Bud Light Platinum review tells you what beer drinkers think about the newest Bud to hit the shelves. Bud Light Platinum beer was introduced during two 30-second commercials in the first quarter of the Super Bowl. The ads cost the company several million dollars, but they were a great way to showcase the new beer, which hit the shelves Jan. 30 in translucent blue glass.

Whether or not the neat new glass color is just a gimmick is yet to be determined, but the Anheuser-Busch/InBev beer is different from other Bud offerings. Ringing in at 6 percent alcohol by volume, Bud Light Platinum beer packs a bit more of a punch than most popular American beers, like Bud Light, which is 4.2 percent alcohol, and Budweiser, which is 5 percent.

The beer is not very light on the waistline, however, as it contains 137 calories, shaving only 8 calories off the 145 calories in a regular Budweiser, according to the Washington Post, while regular Bud Light has 110 calories per beer. Bud Light Platinum beer also costs about $1.50 more than normal Bud Light per six-pack, the Post reported.

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