Regardless, let's see how it tastes...
Budweiser's Project Twelve Batch No. 91406 pours a medium amber color with a quickly dissipating, relatively thin white head. It smells pretty much of just light caramel malts and not much else. Tasting brings mild flavors of sweet caramel, hints of maple, moderately toasted malts and a vague hint of hops in the finish. Obviously having hops here is surprising because with typical Budweisers, they're pretty much nonexistent. As with all Budweisers the mouthfeel remains crisp and clean, perhaps too much so, but hey, that's Budweiser's style.
All in all (and surprisingly) a decent beer. I could drink several of these in a sitting while doing something else, but it's definitely not something you would want to sit and savor. It remains more of a session beer. And like the last Budweiser Project Twelve beer I reviewed, I'm hoping it gets more boring, watery beer drinkers into trying some craft beers. But it is in my humble yet awesome opinion, the best Budweiser I've tried. That's still not saying much compared to the entire realm of beers, but hey, it's just a Budweiser.
Drink This: if you want to try the best Budweiser out there.
Don't Drink This: if you want a real craft beer or a beer with tons of flavor. This is still really quite mild all things considered.