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Bad News for Budweiser in Brazil

From CNN.com Brazilians aren’t drinking as much beer as they used to, which is giving the biggest beer brewer in the world — Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) — a major hangover. The Belgian-based company said beer sales dropped nearly 9% in Brazil in the last quarter, which slammed the company’s overall profitability. And remember, this is the same quarter that Brazil hosted the Olympics. The world’s biggest sporting event wasn’t enough to convince residents to drink and celebrate, as the country is mired in its longest…

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Bud Light Lime-A-Rita – Bad Brew Series

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Your vote counts!The Bad Brew series here on Sommbeer is an extremely entertaining read.  It’s a chance for us to wax poetic on some of the worst beers imaginable and makes us appreciate the beers that we actually do like.  As a writer for Sommbeer this has  been a subject that I have largely been apprehensive about, it seemed unnecessary to put myself through the punishment of such horrible beer.  Still, in the name of fun (or something along those lines) I decided to step…

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Bud Chelada – Bad Brew Series

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Your vote counts!Check out more bad beers from Sommbeer’s Bad Brew Series From David   I had a tremendous feeling of accomplishment the day I drank that Kirkland light. I had overcome my fears and trepidation for the the first “Bad Brew Series” and it was a rush.  I grimaced when I cracked that Kirkland, but I did it and my mind was pushing me to do it again. Do it again, do it again but this time even bigger worse.  It didn’t take long for my Twitter-verse  to…

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Drinking Beer the Hard Way

Featured Contributor Matt  @SportsNCraftBeer Recently, Anheuser-Busch (Budweiser) – you may know them as the parent company of Goose Island Brewery and Elysian Brewing, began running ads that championed their status as a macro-brew and claiming that while craft brew junkies (like the ones that drink Goose Island) are busy fussing over their beer, Bud is doing it the “hard way.” Apparently, they feel that craft brew enthusiasts (like those that enjoy Elysian), can go ahead and “enjoy their pumpkin-peach ale” while Bud continues to make…

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