I can’t Bear — no, I Colt stand — the thought of a Super Bowl without Bud.
A little pigskin humour. Apologies to the children out there whose parents will repeat that one.
Well, if you haven’t been hammered over the head enough times by the world’s most dominant brewer in the last week, maybe you got a headstart on your spring cleaning.
If you’re having people over, I’m here to tell you not to be ashamed if you buy a 28-pack of the beechwood-aged brew (28 bottles, $41.25). Delicious? Not really. But, what the hell, it’s Super Bowl beer. Someone will drink it.
I have 10 rules to truly enjoy a Budweiser Super Bowl party with 10 or more people this weekend for you. Here goes:
- Serve cold: Very cold, please. When you’re asking for a cold one, be sure to ask, “Can I get a Bud, buddy?” If you’re serving, ask back: “Hey, Buddy, do you wanna Bud, buddy? One Bud for my buddy, coming right up, buddy. Anybody else?” The back and forth banter will have them in stitches until the 27th bottle.
- Keep the glasses in the cupboard: This is Super Bowl, not the Miss America pageant. If someone asks for one, furrow your eyebrows, shake your head, and yell “Da Bears /Colts, baby! Whoo!” Then walk away.
- No light beer: If someone wants to save 40 calories per pop, tell ‘em to drink 1-2 less.
- Gotta have wings: At right is a quick recipe from Frank’s Hotsauce.
- Include the girls: Make sure the Cathys, Ninas and Tinas who might be stuck at your party have something other than typical caveman sports guy food with their Bud. After all, how many women do you know that love Frank’s Hot Sauce and chicken wings?
So how about some taboulleh kasha? Some folks are trying to keep New Year’s resolutions, so give them a hand.
Girls, get in on the dummy talk, and tell your host: “I want some taboulleh-boolley, Bwian!”
- Serve more food.
Red Zone Buffalo Wings(Time 40 min, Serves 6)
1. Budweiser comes from what language?
"King of Beers."
It is an American lager.
Lagers use bottom-fermenting yeast, while ales use top-fermenting yeast.
Lagers take longer to ferment and age than ales.
In a cool, dark place.
About 30 days.
The Budweiser Clydesdales. These ³gentle giants² have been ambassadors of Anheuser-Busch since 1933, when August A. Busch Jr. presented a hitch of the horses to his father to commemorate the repeal of Prohibition in U.S. An eight-horse hitch is led by two drivers/handlers.
Labatt Brewing Company.
Budweiser is brewed using only the finest barley malt, rice, hops, yeast and water.
A beechwood aging process.