Ten Years Later: Budweiser Launches World’s First Carb-Free Beer

It took American brewer Budweiser’s teams ten years of research to produce a beer certified as being completely sugar-free and carbohydrate-free. In the world of beer, we have long been familiar with “light” products, with less alcohol, sugar, and calories… Now, we are talking about a beer with no sugar and no carbohydrates, which should delight calorie counters; “Bud Light Next” is even recommended by nutritionists for diabetic diets.

https://www.budlight.com/our-beers/next/
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10470423/Worlds-zero-carb-BEER-way-four-cent-alcohol-just-80-calories.html
https://www.thesun.co.uk/health/17525993/bud-light-next-zero-carb-lager/

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