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Yesterday Budweiser released their 2017 Super Bowl commercial, “Born the Hard Way”, and marketers everywhere lost their collective minds. Was the commercial intended to convey a political agenda? Unlikely. Was the timing coincidental and potentially fortuitous? You’re getting warmer.
MillerCoors snatches another craft brewery, abandon lots in Pittsburgh are being turned into hop farms, and Budweiser causes a headache on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway. Diversify your thoughts with something other than Olympics news this week. Catch the details of these craft beer news stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
An unfortunate reality for breweries these days (albeit great for litigators), is that copyright and intellectual property disputes in the beer world are quite common. However, it is not often that a sovereign Indian nation finds itself embroiled in a trademark infringement battle against a beverage distributor and America’s biggest brewery for using its tribal symbols and official tribal slogan.
In what can only be described as the next chapter of Budweiser-y moves, Anheuser-Busch InBev has re-branded its domestic lager for the summer from Budweiser to “America”. Yes, you read that right, somewhere Frat-stars, and Nascar enthusiasts just got a chub at …
We try to keep things pretty positive around here. We love the friendship and camaraderie that is a hallmark of the craft brewing community. We want to lift people up for their strengths, applaud their efforts, and rejoice in the great unifier that is beer. That is, until things get hostile.
The craziness of Thanksgiving may be over but the craft beer news never stops. New statistics show that Americans are now drinking more craft beer than Budweiser, a certain Colorado brewery has partnered with a ski resort, and a Sriracha beer is on the way. Read on to find out more about these stories and other craft beer happenings in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
New beers, new locations and new ways to use hops. Also, drink the most popular beer from the country you’re cheering for in the World Cup. You can find all this and more in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
If you’re tired of listening to political attack ads and fall into the category of Americans’ that are undecided in this years most critical election, we analyze two candidates on key issues facing America and break down this years Presidential Election: Budweiser vs.Coors.