Is Rolling Rock beer discontinued?

Is Rolling Rock beer discontinued?

Sadly, everything that was great about this beer is gone. Rolling Rock no longer stands out from the big brands of Anheuser-Busch InBev.

What does the 33 stand for on a Rolling Rock bottle?

James L. Tito, former CEO of Latrobe Brewing, opined that the “33” signifies the 33 words in the beer’s original pledge of quality, which is still printed on every bottle: Rolling Rock – From the glass lined tanks of Old Latrobe, we tender this premium beer for your enjoyment as a tribute to your good taste.

What happened to Rolling Rock beer?

Anheuser Busch has purchased Rolling Rock and moved the production of the beer to Newark, New Jersey. It’s like moving Prairie Home Companion to Hackensack. Latrobe has been proud of its association with Rolling Rock and begun to claim the character of the beer: solid, unpretentious, and good company.

Is Rolling Rock a strong beer?

Rolling Rock is a beer that’s honest with you. It cops up to the fact that it uses both rice and corn as adjuncts. It’s light as carbonated water, and at only 4.4 percent alcohol by volume, it kind of tastes like sweetened water, too.

What is the Rolling Rock logo?

It was the 33rd version of the recipe that became what is now Rolling Rock. This one may have come about because of the Jack Daniels label. It states “Old Number 7” on the label in reference to the 7th attempt at its recipe. The “33” represents the fabulous day that prohibition was repealed – December 5, 1933.

How Alcoholic Is Rolling Rock?

The stats: Established in 1939; 4.4 percent alcohol by volume; 130 calories, 9.8 grams of carbs and 1.3 grams of protein in each 12-ounce can. The official description: “A premium extra pale lager.

Why is there a shortage of Rolling Rock beer?

This shortage is due to a low supply of materials used to make the bottles as well as shipping issues. Brands affected include Coors Light, Rolling Rock, Budweiser, and Bud Light. Aluminum bottles are still available but the glass bottle shortages could continue through the end of the year.

Who bought Rolling Rock Brewery?

Anheuser-Busch in 2006 bought the Rolling Rock brand and moved production to Newark, in a deal The New York Times put at $82 million for the extra-pale lager recipe and Latrobe Brewing Co.