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Wells Fargo to Determine Future of Busch Family’s Grant’s Farm Estate

Among the ongoing dramas created by the sale of Anheuser-Busch Cos. to InBev is the future of Grant’s Farm, the ancestral family home of the Busch Family, which has been operated both as a 22-acre private family estate and as … Continue reading

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A-B Distributor Takes Down Banners After Tribe Files Lawsuit

R.A. Jeffreys, the Raleigh, N.C., distributor of Anheuser-Busch products, removed banners that contained the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina’s logo and “Heritage, Pride & Strength” slogan. The move came after attorneys representing the North Carolina-recognized, 55,000-member tribe filed a trademark … Continue reading

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Home Town Advantage? Miller Lite Replaces Landshark as Navy Pier Sponsor

We don’t suppose the fact MillerCoors’ corporate headquarters are in Chicago has anything to do with it, but Miller Lite was named the official beer sponsor of Chicago’s Navy Pier, replacing Anheuser-Busch‘s Landshark.  A-B has been the beer sponsor since … Continue reading

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What We’re Reading, May 19, 2014 —

Club Where Ben Hogan Learned to Play May Become a Distillery Glen Garden Country Club, Fort Worth, where golf legends Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson learned to play, is under contract to Firestone & Robertson Distilling Co.. Firestone’s owners say … Continue reading

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Beer Became Legal Today – April 7, 1933

At 12:01 a.m., Friday, April 7, 1933, beer became legal again after 13 long years of Prohibition.  No more need for nasty home brew. In St. Louis, crowds had gathered outside the city’s two breweries.  Some 25,000 were outside Anheuser-Busch … Continue reading

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Marking the Fourth with the Budweiser Clydesdales Giving Scholarships

We all celebrate the Fourth of July in different ways.  But largely, America continues to celebrate the Fourth the way John Adams said it should be celebrated — with fireworks, parades and similar patriotic events. The Fourth celebrations really extend … Continue reading

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