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Budweiser Didn't Pay For Manning's Post-Super Bowl Shout Out

LOS ANGELES (AP) — No, Anheuser-Busch didn’t pay Peyton Manning to say he’d be drinking a lot of Budweiser after winning the Super Bowl.

The company’s verified Twitter account said late Sunday, “We didn’t know the shout out was coming either, but we’re glad it did.” 107 more words


Anheuser-Busch: Peyton Manning Was Not Paid To Mention Bud In Super Bowl

The most powerful Super Bowl commercial of the evening was for Budweiser beer, but it didn’t appear in the form of a 30-second TV ad during CBS’s broadcast of Super Bowl 50 Sunday evening. 238 more words


Mergers and Takeovers:  Has the Beer Revolution Been Completed?  Did Someone Win?

It seemed like it was all about love and art; love for taste and character of true beer and the art of creating it. The zeitgeist of activism seemed to cloak the revolutionary struggle between small breweries and the behemoth corporations. 911 more words


AB Biergarten keeps the party going after Mardi Gras parade

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- The Mardi Gras Grand Parade winds through Soulard to the Anheuser-Busch Brewery. But that party doesn’t end when the floats go away.   62 more words

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Feel Good Sunday: Meet the Newest Budweiser Clydesdale

Story by Olivia B. Waxman as published in Time


Budweiser is raising a glass to its newest Clydesdale horse Mac, its first foal of 2016… 208 more words

Horse News

Super Bowl Ad Review: Shock Top's Web Trailer May Not Electrify TV Screen

T.J. Miller has an interesting conversation with the top of a beer tap in a funny Super Bowl ad for a brew called Shock Top. Will he have the right conversation with the suds-guzzling crowd watching the game? 706 more words


Numbers and Context Behind Beer's 'Next Frontier'

Beer enthusiasts from coast-to-coast spent a lot of time in 2015 talking about the hottest news topic of last year: mergers and acquisitions.

But when we weren’t talking about who was being bought, it seemed like the geekiest conversations about the future of the beer industry centered around the fight for distribution. 1,256 more words