This Budweiser’s New Super Bowl Ad Will make you cry!!!
Budweiser beer was introduced in 1876 by Adolphus Busch from St. Louis, Missouri. Adolphus Busch and his friend Carl Conrad, a liquor importer, developed a “Bohemian-style” lager, inspired after a trip to Bohemia region. King Ottokar II of Bohemia has been brewing beer in Budweis since 1245. The name Budweiser is a derivative adjective, meaning “of Budweis”. In the European Union, including the United Kingdom and Ireland, the American Budweiser is marketed as Bud, as the Budweiser trademark name is owned by the Czech beer maker, Budweiser Budvar. This American brewed beer is available in over 80 markets worldwide, even though under a different name in some countries. In 2008 the Belgian-Brazilian beer giant InBev bought the majority of Anheuser-Busch stocks at $70 per share in an all-cash agreement. It has a goal of creating the largest brewing company in the world. Budweiser beer has seen the prohibition era, the Great Depression, both World Wars, after all that it finally entered into an era of rapid growth.