Heady ‘original’ Budweiser brewed in Czech Republic since 1795 brought to America in ’05, two years after the arrival of more consistent, less malt-y regional rival Budvar (a.k.a. Czechvar). Dry-hopped musk-scented honey roasted lager retains creamed corn assertion, toasted grain austerity, and malt liquor pungency. Informal Scotch piquancy, dank white bread staleness, and alfalfa-grass-horsehide trace whisked away by third sip. Canned version seems more astringently alcoholic and lemony bitterer.