14 Facts About Budweiser


Budweiser is an American-style pale lager, part of AB InBev.

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Name Budweiser is a German derivative adjective, meaning "of Budweis".

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Budweiser has been sponsor of NASCAR teams such as Junior Johnson, Hendrick Motorsports, DEI, and Stewart-Haas Racing.

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In IndyCar, Budweiser sponsored Mario Andretti, Bobby Rahal, Scott Pruett, Roberto Guerrero, Scott Goodyear, Paul Tracy, Christian Fittipaldi, and Richie Hearn .

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Between 2003 and 2006, Budweiser was a sponsor of the BMW Williams Formula One team.

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In 2010, Budweiser produced an online reality TV series, called Bud House, centered around the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, following the lives of 32 international football fans living together in a house in South Africa.

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In December 2020, Budweiser sent personalized bottles of beer to every goalkeeper whom Lionel Messi has scored against.

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Budweiser bottle has remained relatively unchanged since its initial introduction in 1876.

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Budweiser cans have traditionally displayed patriotic American symbols, such as eagles and the colors red, white, and blue.

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Budweiser began selling its beer in Russia in 2010, and is currently expanding its operations in China.

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Budweiser is produced using barley malt, rice, water, hops and yeast.

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In July 2020, Budweiser introduced Bud Zero, which is its first alcohol-free, low-calorie, beer.

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Budweiser is licensed, produced and distributed in Canada by Labatt Brewing Company .

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Budweiser is the fourth leading brand in the Chinese beer market.

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