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People are Changing Their Story on the Quoted Levels of Reduction in the AB/InBev Watered Beer Allegations and NPR Debunks the Claim

The less-than-buzz-worthy suit against Anheuser-Busch InBev that I discussed in this post yesterday is becoming even less of a news story about Anheuser-Busch and more a new story about some pretty slippery wording in a legal complaint. I criticized the media for reporting on a complaint where the language alleging a variance from the 5% […]

All Hat, No Cattle: Suit Over Anheuser-Busch’s 5% ABV Statements Doesn’t Allege a Violation of Federally Mandated Tolerance Levels

The recent class action lawsuit filed against Anheuser-Busch Companies requesting damages is getting more attention than it deserves.  The case appears to have sparked some interest given the recent Maker’s Mark fiasco about diluting alcohol content. But the AB suit is different.  It is about the advertised alcohol content, at least that’s what everyone is […]