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Beer-maker Anheuser-Busch wants to sell more pricey beers

Anheuser-Busch InBev plans to continue to expand the market share of regional and national craft brands like Shock Top and Goose Island in the United States this year, while also adding new flavors to other beer options and expand market share in the cider category. 414 more words


Anheuser-Busch Revives 131 Year Old Beer

It has recently been reported that Anheuser-Busch brought back one of its oldest beers to celebrate St. Louis’ 250th anniversary. The beer, known as Faust, was originally brewed back in 1884 by Adolphus Busch himself and is available to drink today on tap. 91 more words


Drink What You Like, Even If It's Budweiser

In recent months, 10 Barrel Brewing of Bend and Elysian Brewing of Seattle agreed to be bought out by Anheuser Busch InBev (a.k.a. AB, a.k.a. The Evil Empire). 924 more words

Is your favorite craft beer as pretentious as you think?

Now a days people LOVE their craft beer. 20somethings don’t like to drink beers like Budweiser, despite Anheuser-Busch’s best efforts. People drink craft beer instead and they are very proud of that fact. 256 more words

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Beer of the Week: Landshark Lager

Landshark Lager

Sitting in the bar this week, I took the opportunity to try a different beer, rather than the usual suspects. Landshark lager stood out on the menu for no other reason than its beachy vibe. 121 more words


Cigar City vs. AB: An Open Letter to Joey Redner

Dear Joey,

In helping run LetsPour.com for three years, I had a lot of opportunity to experience CCBC’s beers and to talk with you and your staff about how to get Cigar City out to all the millions of people who wanted some. 1,019 more words


lmpublications reblogged this on Midwest Beer and Wine and commented:

A GREAT post by "The Pour Fool"! Being from the Midwest, I have only had one opportunity to try Cigar City's product. It was Jai Alai IPA and it was one of the BEST beers I have ever had! I would hate to see AB's beechwood-aged hands get a hold of CCBC. Ugh!

Anheuser-Busch Dives Into Dating App Market

Our day and age is filled with “Internet Love.” Apps like Tinder make dates more simple, quicker and sometimes less awkward.

But Courtem, a Dallas-based dating app which was founded by the Anheuser-Busch brothers, have something new in mind. 256 more words