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February 27th, 2013
05:48 PM ET

'King of Beers' sued over watery beer

A class action law suit has been filed against Anheuser-Busch that alleges the beverage giant has been falsely labeling it's products by adding water to 10 of it's brands in order to dilute the amount of alcohol in each bottle or can of beer. CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks with Eatocracy beer columnist Nathan Berrong about the high-profile suit against the 'King of Beers'.

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