Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Budweiser BBQ Sauce- New to Market July 1st



I received a sample package of Budweiser's BBQ Sauces today. Last month I received an email promoting the sauces and alerting me to the availability by the July 4th Holidays. I responded to the email by asking for samples to try. My rationale was that I do quite a bit of backyard cooking plus this blog, so if you want someone to try it and post a review then I'm your cook.

I haven't tasted any of them yet, but from the picture you see there are four types- a Wing Sauce, a Basting Sauce, BBQ Sauce and a Beechwood BBQ Sauce. This weekend, I plan to do some BBQn' and give them a try.

FYI- beer is not listed as an ingredient in 3 of the 4. The Beechwood Sauce does list beer as the # 1 ingredient.

Check out the Budweiser web site for more information. Note the site says you can order on-line 7-7-06. The price tag is $12.00 for a package of 4 bottles.

7 comments:

WhiteTrashBBQ said...

You have arrived! Corporate America is seeking your approval for its creations. Congratulations!

I can't wait to hear if they're any good.

Sylvie said...

I'm planning on doing some ribs this weekend. This should be a fun venture.

Anonymous said...

got a 77oz bottle at sams for $6.99, now thats a bargain!

Anonymous said...

got a 77oz bottle at sams for $6.99, now thats a bargain!

Anonymous said...

I bought this at Walmart for 2.99 (the Beechwood one that is) and it is delicious. I can't wait to BBQ again.

Dixon said...

I was late to discover this sauce in stores because I've been living as an ex-pat in China for several years. Last year (2008) on a trip home I picked up the Wing Sauce to try and immediately fell in love. I regularly have the Wing Sauce, BBQ Sauce, and the Beechwood Sauce mailed to me internationally. Expensive as hell but well worth it when missing the great tastes of American Grilling.

J Scarborough said...

Very disappointing...I live in NC so I have some idea of BBQ. Cooked a dozen chicken wings at 400 deg in convection oven for 45 minutes. Bud's "honey BBQ" sauce was burned to to the wings within 20 minutes -- with 35 minutes remaining to cook the wings. Cooked another dozen wings in my favorite sauce -- Carolina Treat -- turned out perfect, and dipped the wings in extra sauce. Bud is bad!