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Beer Heiress Enters Missouri Senate Race

As Republicans continue pushing Eric Greitens to drop out

(Newser) - Anheuser-Busch beer heiress Trudy Busch Valentine on Monday filed to run for US Senate as a Democrat in Missouri, the AP reports. Valentine’s entrance to the race comes days after Republican candidate Eric Greitens was accused of physically assaulting members of his family, which added fresh urgency to a...

Anheuser-Busch: Free Beer for All If Vaccination Goal Hit

Company offers to buy America a round

(Newser) - President Biden plans to call for a "month of action" Wednesday to reach his goal of having 70% of Americans at least partially vaccinated by July 4—and Anheuser-Busch says it will sweeten the deal with a round of beers for the nation. The Budweiser maker says that as...

2 Big Names Will Be Churning Out Hand Sanitizer

Tito's vodka company, Anheuser-Busch will be tweaking production to make cleansing gels

(Newser) - Just a couple of weeks ago, Tito's warned consumers not to use its vodka as a DIY hand sanitizer amid the coronavirus outbreak. But perhaps that got management thinking about how it actually could help during the pandemic, because now Tito's has made itself a full-fledged partner in...

Reporter Exposes Beer Guy's Tweets. Then, a Twist

Des Moines Register under police watch as investigation rolls

(Newser) - A 24-year-old Iowa man asked people to Venmo him money for Busch beer and ended up raising more than $1 million for a local children's hospital. Then came a twist in that feel-good story: Carson King on Tuesday publicly apologized for years-old racist tweets uncovered by Des Moines Register...

Beer Titans Go to War Over 'Corn Syrup' Ad

MillerCoors lawsuit claims Bud Light ad purposefully misleads consumers

(Newser) - Medieval kings have sparked a legal battle between beer titans. MillerCoors is suing Anheuser-Busch over a "misleading," minute-long Super Bowl ad emphasizing the use of corn syrup in making both Coors Light and Miller Lite. The ad shows Bud Light's "king" visiting his fellow monarchs at...

Craft Brewer's Sale to Bud Owner Has Fans Hopping Mad

'Treachery' was one reaction to Anheuser-Busch acquisition of NC's Wicked Weed

(Newser) - To a craft beer aficionado, the only sin worse than drinking a Bud would be if your favorite brewery sold out to the company that owns it. That's the situation that has fans of the Wicked Weed brewery now crying "treachery," per the Washington Post , which reports...

Keurig to Build an At-Home Booze Maker

It's partnering with Anheuser-Busch InBev

(Newser) - Keurig, the maker of single-cup coffee machines, says it's teaming up with beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev to build an at-home booze maker, the AP reports. The companies said Friday that they hope to create a product that could whip up beer, cocktails, and spirits. Vermont-based Keurig Green Mountain tried...

Coming to Your Beer Can Soon: Calorie Count

8 out of 10 beers sold in US will soon include nutritional info

(Newser) - Be prepared: Drinking beer is about to get a little less fun. The four biggest brewers in the US will be listing nutritional information on their beers—which means that every time you take a swig, you'll come face to face with the exact calorie count of the beer...

America's Fallen Out of Love With These 5 Beers

Especially Bud Select

(Newser) - Americans still love beer—it's a $100 billion industry in the US—but there are some beers we're just not that into anymore, particularly as specialty and craft beers become more popular. 24/7 Wall St. runs down 10 beers falling out of favor with Americans:
  • Budweiser: Yes, the
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Anheuser-Busch Could End Up Making 1/3 of All Beer

Company talking potential takeover with SABMiller

(Newser) - Two of the largest beer makers could soon become one. Anheuser-Busch says it has approached SABMiller about a potential takeover and plans "to work with SABMiller's board toward a recommended transaction" which would put the company in control of 30% of the world’s beer market. Such a...

Budweiser Gets 'Panties in a Bunch' over 'Queen of Beer'

'King of Beers' doesn't take kindly to other company's slogan

(Newser) - A California brewing company calling itself "The Queen of Beer" may be royally screwed now that the "King of Beers" has gotten wind of it. She Beverage Co. applied to register its queen-based slogan with the US Patent and Trademark Office last year, but Anheuser-Busch filed a notice...

Anheuser-Busch Might Owe You $50

Beck's beer drinkers will get up to 10 cents per bottle in settlement

(Newser) - If you've enjoyed even one Beck's beer since May 2011, you could be eligible for a refund. Though the Beck’s label clearly says the beer "originated in Bremen, Germany," the small print notes it’s actually made in the USA. The resulting confusion spawned a...

Anheuser-Busch Stops Making Beer to Help Texas

One of its 12 breweries is canning water, not booze

(Newser) - An Anheuser-Busch brewery in Georgia began filling its cans with something other than beer late Wednesday night to help those affected by flooding in Texas and Oklahoma. "Right now our production line is running emergency drinking water," the Cartersville brewery manager told NBC News . The brewery—one of...

Bud Light Drops Dodgy Slogan
 Bud Light Drops Dodgy Slogan 

Bud Light Drops Dodgy Slogan

Beer promised to 'remove no from your vocabulary'

(Newser) - After an online outcry, Bud Light has ditched a slogan that more than a few critics described as "rapey." As part of the beer's "Up for Whatever" campaign, some bottles were stamped with the slogan "The perfect beer for removing 'no' from your vocabulary...

What's Really in Budweiser? Company Spills the Beans

Anheuser-Busch, MillerCoors post ingredients in response to blogger

(Newser) - Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors have both posted ingredients to some of their beers online, in a lightning-fast response to a petition from blogger Vani "Food Babe" Hari. In a post Wednesday, Hari noted that brewers aren't required to list their ingredients, and that the government has approved everything from...

Budweiser Spent Years Developing New Can Shape
Budweiser Spent Years Developing New Can Shape
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Budweiser Spent Years Developing New Can Shape

Bow tie can is 'a beer can like no other'

(Newser) - We're not sure we want to know how much money went into the development of Budweiser's new beer can, but the company says its engineers spent several years and made major equipment upgrades to create what it calls "a beer can like no other." This great...

Anheuser-Busch Mocks Alcohol Content Claims

Meanwhile, CNN conducts its own beer testing

(Newser) - Anheuser-Busch is having a bit of fun with the class-action lawsuits accusing it of watering down its beers , Bloomberg reports. In full-page advertisements that ran in 10 major newspapers yesterday, the brewer jokes, "They must have tested one of these," showing a can of drinking water. The company...

Tests: Budweiser Isn't Fudging on Alcohol Content

Actual percentages match can labeling: lab

(Newser) - New testing may spell trouble for class action lawsuits over Budweiser alcohol content . At NPR 's request, scientists in San Diego investigated whether Anheuser-Busch InBev's alcohol percentages matched labels—and found that they did. In tests of Budweiser, Bud Light Lime, and Michelob Ultra, "some of them...

Buzz-Killing Bud Waters Down Its Beer: Lawsuits

'Cheated' drinkers sue over lowered alcohol content

(Newser) - Anheuser-Busch is ripping off beer drinkers by watering down Budweiser, Michelob, and other brands, according to class-action lawsuits from drinkers across America. Lawyers say the company uses technology designed to accurately measure alcohol content to dilute its beers just before bottling, making the beer 3% to 8% weaker than what...

This Year's Best Super Bowl Ads

Anheuser-Busch, Audi, AXE Apollo make the top 10

(Newser) - Don't give a hoot who wins the Super Bowl, but still like the ads? Can't blame you, considering they cost $3.8 million per 30 seconds. SPOILER ALERT: The Daily News rounds up 10 of its favorites, including:
  1. Anheuser-Busch: "Brotherhood." A man raises a horse, loves
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