Budweiser's new owner may open door t...

Budweiser's new owner may open door to different brews

There are 21 comments on the Myrtle Beach Online story from Jul 21, 2008, titled Budweiser's new owner may open door to different brews. In it, Myrtle Beach Online reports that:

Amid all the patriotic tub-thumping about the recently sealed takeover of Anheuser-Busch, maker of all-American King of Beers Budweiser, by Belgian-Brazilian InBev, one vital fact has gotten lost.

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qwert

Myrtle Beach, SC

#1 Jul 22, 2008
It would be great if Budweiser learned to brew something that tasted like beer!
Budweiser rules

Denver, CO

#2 Jul 29, 2008
qwert wrote:
It would be great if Budweiser learned to brew something that tasted like beer!
you suck budweiser rules this is an american classic beer don't come talking that trash this is the only beer to drink in ["AMERICA"]HOO RAA!
BUDWEISER RULES THAT WAS DUMB TO SELL OUT!!! S^I*
THERE BEERS GREAT
Budweiser rules

Denver, CO

#3 Jul 29, 2008
BUDWEISER is the greatest beer in the world!
captpeterw

New Orleans, LA

#4 Aug 19, 2008
What Germans call American beer: wasser. Translation: water.
Larry

Irmo, SC

#5 Aug 19, 2008
qwert wrote:
It would be great if Budweiser learned to brew something that tasted like beer!
Where are you from?! Don't answer! You better get
smart and vote for people that keep our companies
in the USA Mr dumb ass! You think things are cost now;just continue letting our trade continuing this
pace of leaving.
USLA1

Charlotte, NC

#6 Aug 19, 2008
Does that mean that we have to pay more for Bud as an import now?
Sammy J

Rancho Cordova, CA

#9 Aug 28, 2008
So, where were the horses and the Bud booths at the California State Fair? Do Belgians even understand that symbolism and how close those horses are to the American heart? No Bud until I see our horses showing up at events.....
Reality

Conway, SC

#10 Aug 28, 2008
isn't anyone alarmed by the fact that Budweiser is now owned by a foriegn company?
mb golfer

Conway, SC

#11 Aug 28, 2008
I work for Budweiser and everything is just fine. Larry i do understand your point of view but economically it was a move that had to be made.
concerned

AOL

#12 Oct 3, 2008
globalization? i guess this is evidence of it... now don't feel too bad- they wouldn't takeover the company if it was awful beer! hey, maybe they don't want to see it go under!
Artyom

United States

#13 Oct 11, 2008
Keystone is where it's at
Tampa Florida

Saint Louis, MO

#14 Oct 14, 2008
I also work for the company and there is talk that In-Bev may pull out of the deal with Busch. Is this possible. The stock would crash and 401k will drop to nothing.
foodfan

Cape Girardeau, MO

#15 Oct 15, 2008
That's a scary thought. I hadn't heard that.

Since: Sep 08

USA

#16 Oct 16, 2008
Theres always Coores Light
Mike

United States

#18 Nov 3, 2008
Anything is possible, but do not think it is plausible. If the shareholders really do not like this deal, than all they need to do is vote NO with their votes. I know alot of people within the company either with Anheuser, Amusement Parks, Canneries or just investors and they are voting NO for the invetors.
Alot of people take pride in the fact they work for Anhueser, but are disgusted with August IV who basically sold out the company and Stokes who is a greedy bastard and who is reigning in money through personal sales.
In a perfect world, the sale would be voted down by the stockholders which would shelve the deal or dissolve it. Bring up a new vote and get rid of August IV and bring back AugustIII to re-establish the pride of this company and get rid of some of the company officers who do not believe in this American Icon

Since: Sep 08

USA

#19 Nov 3, 2008
Mike wrote:
Anything is possible, but do not think it is plausible. If the shareholders really do not like this deal, than all they need to do is vote NO with their votes. I know alot of people within the company either with Anheuser, Amusement Parks, Canneries or just investors and they are voting NO for the invetors.
Alot of people take pride in the fact they work for Anhueser, but are disgusted with August IV who basically sold out the company and Stokes who is a greedy **** and who is reigning in money through personal sales.
In a perfect world, the sale would be voted down by the stockholders which would shelve the deal or dissolve it. Bring up a new vote and get rid of August IV and bring back AugustIII to re-establish the pride of this company and get rid of some of the company officers who do not believe in this American Icon
Mike, I hope so.... I like bud light, But
if it go's out the country. Im done.
Average Joe

Fredericksburg, VA

#20 Nov 3, 2008
mb golfer wrote:
I work for Budweiser and everything is just fine. Larry i do understand your point of view but economically it was a move that had to be made.
I feel for ya... If Obama wins, he'll tax Budweiser into the poorhouse, and you'll be looking for another job.

Since: Sep 08

USA

#21 Nov 4, 2008
I guess we can all start brewing our own.
Hartge M5

UK

#22 Jun 17, 2012
Maybe InBev can teach Anheuser-Busch how to make real beer....
ReligiousWar

Winchester, KY

#23 Jun 17, 2012
Coors Light, Heineken, Samual Adams, P.B.Ribbon and Blue Moon are probably my favorite. Budweiser isn't bad though. Good American Brewed Beer. A MAN'S BEER!

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