Tag Archives: Clydesdale (horse)

• Analyzing Budweiser’s Hypocritical, Anti-Craft Beer Super Bowl Ad

Analyzing Budweiser’s Hypocritical, Anti-Craft Beer Super Bowl Ad

I have set foot in the Budweiser Research Pilot Brewery. I have met the talented, kind, passionate people who work there. I’ve written about the place as objectively as I could. But as a craft beer supporter, I can’t stand by when the company airs a commercial like they did during Sunday’s Super Bowl broadcast. […]

• Right ON! Craft Beer Outsells Budweiser

Right ON! Craft Beer Outsells Budweiser

Anheuser-Busch’s Budweiser has been the self-proclaimed “king of beers” for decades, shipping a whopping 50 million barrels a year at its peak of popularity in 1988. According to the Wall Street Journal, Budweiser’s popularity has sunk, and shipped 16 million barrels in 2013. It’s a significant number because craft beer shipments totaled 16.1 million barrels […]

• Budweiser Clydesdales Being Ditched For Craft Beer Hipsters

Budweiser Clydesdales Being Ditched For Craft Beer Hipsters

The iconic and beautiful Budweiser Clydesdales are being given the proverbial boot – or hoof – as it may be, and the horses won’t be seen for this year’s holiday advertising campaign. Yes, the powerful horses that have been used in Budweiser’s commercials since back in 1987 aren’t going to be there anymore because the […]

• Happy? You’ll Be Watching Super Bowl Bud Beer Ads Thru 2014

Happy? You’ll Be Watching Super Bowl Bud Beer Ads Thru 2014

Fans of the Super Bowl can probably expect to see Clydesdales in the game for the next few years. The owner of Budweiser says it has locked up its position as the only national beer advertiser in the Super Bowl through 2014. The brewer, which became Anheuser-Busch InBev NV in 2008, has had a presence […]