New nitro beer can from Budweiser flips beer code and requires shaking

Budweiser has created a nitro beer that breaks some of the cardinal rules of beer drinking. 

Drinking Budweiser Nitro Reserve Gold requires a few counterintuitive rituals that include shaking the beer can three times and pouring the amber liquid straight down the middle of the beer glass, rather than at a slant, as all first-time beer drinkers are traditionally taught. 

Unlike other nitrogen gas-infused beers, namely Guinness Nitro IPA which uses nitrogen-filled capsules to generate bubbles, the Budweiser version doesn't require a "widget" to be activated. All it takes is three firm shakes, a "hard pour" straight down into the glass, and the bubbles will be released. 

The result, says Budweiser, is a golden lager with notes of toasted caramel malt and a silky smooth finish.