Anheuser-Busch InBev is lowering the alcohol content in its Tilt malt beverage because of public pressure. Future 24-ounce cans of Tilt will contain 8 percent alcohol, compared with the current 12 percent, the company announced. The new products are expected to be on store shelves this summer. The companies producing fruit-flavored malt beverages such as Tilt, Four Loko and Blast are facing public criticism -- including pressure from state attorneys general -- over the amount of alcohol in those beverages. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said in a prepared statement: "Fruit-flavored alcoholic drinks, like Tilt, are especially dangerous for underage drinkers, and it's important to do everything possible to protect our youth from the dangers of alcohol use. It is encouraging that Anheuser-Busch is taking a step in the right direction, and I urge other manufacturers to take similar measures."