Budweiser Brewing Group, the UK arm of AB InBev, together with Rusal and Elval announced the launch of a pilot to produce an AB InBev beer can with the lowest ever carbon footprint. The pilot will see the production of five million ultra-low carbon Budweiser 440ml cans using new inert anode aluminium technology, produced using renewable electricity. The cans will carry the lowest ever carbon footprint for an AB InBev can and will be sold across UK retailers as soon as autumn 2021.The low carbon can is the result of a partnership amongst sustainability-minded businesses who have worked together to pilot the initiative in Europe. The cans will be produced by Canpack UK using 100% renewable electricity and made out and made out of aluminium coils manufactured by Elval. The metal was produced by replacing the usual primary aluminum with the Allow Inerta - ultra-low carbon primary aluminium produced by Rusal with the breakthrough emission-free inert anode technology*. The cans will be filled at Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I breweries in Magor, South Wales and Samlesbury, Lancashire powered by 100% renewable electricity.