It's an old recipe made new again.  Today, look for Budweiser 1933 Repeal Reserve on shelves as Budweiser brings back a classic brew.They're calling it "Budweiser 1933 Repeal Reserve" and it hasn't been brewed since prohibition ended.  According to St. Louis Dispatch, it was a brew that Adolphus Busch brewed up only for his friends during prohibition.  So it was only available in St. Louis.

But now, it's available nationwide but only for a limited time.

It is a little different however.  Back in the day it had little alcohol content.  Whereas, the new recipe has just a little more alcohol content than a regular Budweiser.  The 1933 Repeal Reserve is a 6.1 where a normal Bud is a 5.

I like the idea that it is going to be sold in the vintage stubby glass bottles like what grandpa used to drink.