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If they start messing with Amber Bock I may have to whup some Belgian butt.

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I hope they don't mess with any of the beers.  There are few drinks I like as much as fresh draft Budweiser.  I also like the Amber Bocks and Killian's (I think that is an AB beer).

I wouldn't be surprised if we start seeing less Bud sponsorships in the future.

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I don't think they bought the company to change the beer.

 ::)

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Killians is made by Coors.

Budweiser is an American Icon Company.  They will not screw with what has worked so far, they want to make more money.

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I drank my last budweiser, time to start supporting the local microbreweries, I am sick of sending my money overseas.

Then how do you live? Everything you buy evening the clothes you are wearing are all from oversea. There's no such thing as National Businesss it all International.

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I drank my last budweiser, time to start supporting the local microbreweries, I am sick of sending my money overseas.

I'll bet all of your fishing gear and taclke is made in the USA!  ::)

;D

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Will someone clarify this for me?

Did the two companies merge or did they buy Anheuser Busch completely out?

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Basically the Busch family owned very little of Anheuser-Busch and the foreign company offered 70 bucks a share to the shareholders to purchase a majority.

It's a shame, St. Louis suffers another great loss....

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I drank my last budweiser, time to start supporting the local microbreweries, I am sick of sending my money overseas.

I'll bet all of your fishing gear and taclke is made in the USA! ::)

;D

I support U.S. owned companies when I can. You might not be able to find an American TV or a decent American made reel, but you can certainly find plenty of good, quality, American made (and owned) beers.

A-B was a great employer for St. Louis, they paid well and were generous in the community. InBev has a reputation for cutting workers.

(cue patriotic music here...)

I, too, plan to search for a new American brew. It will be an exhaustive journey that may take months, or even years of painstaking research, but as God is my witness, I will once again find the perfect American Beer!

USA! USA! USA!

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That is whats wrong with this country everyone seems to have given up, I still search for products made in America, of course you are right I still have to purchase some foreign made products, but if everyone took the extra initiative to purchase American products you could help alot of American workers.  Sam Adams is probably my beer of choice now after I do some more research and make sure they truely are an American company.

I can not purchase all American products, but my Falcon rods, my New Balance shoes on my feet, my redwing boots, my carhartt jacket, my Klein tools, and every other American product I purchase keeps American people, your neighbors, at work.  If everyone would start checking tags and looking for a country of origin, maybe spending a few extra pennies, this country would still have some of its pride.

Im sure I am going to get a bunch of crap for expressing my opinion, but I want whats good for my neighbors and myself. Just my 2 cents.

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That is whats wrong with this country everyone seems to have given up, I still search for products made in America, of course you are right I still have to purchase some foreign made products, but if everyone took the extra initiative to purchase American products you could help alot of American workers. Sam Adams is probably my beer of choice now after I do some more research and make sure they truely are an American company.

I can not purchase all American products, but my Falcon rods, my New Balance shoes on my feet, my redwing boots, my carhartt jacket, my Klein tools, and every other American product I purchase keeps American people, your neighbors, at work. If everyone would start checking tags and looking for a country of origin, maybe spending a few extra pennies, this country would still have some of its pride.

Im sure I am going to get a bunch of crap for expressing my opinion, but I want whats good for my neighbors and myself. Just my 2 cents.

The tag on my Redwing boots says made in china,  I thought too I was buying american but was sadly disapointed.    Not to many things we buy anymore that isn't made somewhere else.   I have many thoughts as to why we are in the shape we are in but won't go there.

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I drank my last budweiser, time to start supporting the local microbreweries, I am sick of sending my money overseas.

I'll bet all of your fishing gear and taclke is made in the USA! ::)

;D

I support U.S. owned companies when I can. You might not be able to find an American TV or a decent American made reel, but you can certainly find plenty of good, quality, American made (and owned) beers.

A-B was a great employer for St. Louis, they paid well and were generous in the community. InBev has a reputation for cutting workers.

(cue patriotic music here...)

I, too, plan to search for a new American brew. It will be an exhaustive journey that may take months, or even years of painstaking research, but as God is my witness, I will once again find the perfect American Beer!

USA! USA! USA!

Ya ain't got to look far for the new American Brew. Schafly's makes some good brew and is based out of St. Louis.  ;)

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That is whats wrong with this country everyone seems to have given up, I still search for products made in America, of course you are right I still have to purchase some foreign made products, but if everyone took the extra initiative to purchase American products you could help alot of American workers. Sam Adams is probably my beer of choice now after I do some more research and make sure they truely are an American company.

I can not purchase all American products, but my Falcon rods, my New Balance shoes on my feet, my redwing boots, my carhartt jacket, my Klein tools, and every other American product I purchase keeps American people, your neighbors, at work. If everyone would start checking tags and looking for a country of origin, maybe spending a few extra pennies, this country would still have some of its pride.

Im sure I am going to get a bunch of crap for expressing my opinion, but I want whats good for my neighbors and myself. Just my 2 cents.

The tag on my Redwing boots says made in china, I thought too I was buying american but was sadly disapointed. Not to many things we buy anymore that isn't made somewhere else. I have many thoughts as to why we are in the shape we are in but won't go there.

Redwing shoes are all made in USA. Every shoe that says Redwing on it is made in USA. Redwing sells Chinese shoes under the Irish Setter, Vasque, and Worx Brand names.

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That swill needs to be dumped in the toilet.

Gimme a hint.  Which beer are you talking about?

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That swill needs to be dumped in the toilet.

Gimme a hint. Which beer are you talking about?

All forms of Budweiser.

If given a choice between Budweiser or no beer at all, I'll take no beer for $2000 Alex.

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WOW!

The most popular beer in the world.

I wonder how that happened?

::)

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I have been drinking Budweiser for almost 30 years and I must say I am exteremly disappointed that Anheuser-Busch sold out to InBev.

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WOW!

The most popular beer in the world.

I wonder how that happened?

::)

Popular =/= good

::) ::) ::) ::) ::)

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Okay, that's a reasonable point, but let me describe the best beer I ever tasted:

Grant's Farm in St. Louis has a beer garden. The Budweiser is

delivered daily and served fresh, "Born On Day". Regardless of

what is left over in a "fresh" keg, it's thrown away and new beer

is served the next day. Fully aged, but never stored.

8-)

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