Budweiser to Make “America” Great Again by Renaming Beer for Election
Budweiser Renames Beer “America”
Budweiser just changed the name of its beer to “America.” In an effort to one up Donald Trump and the election media circus, Budweiser made a bold move in renaming its beer. In the upcoming Hillary vs. Trump matchup, “America” might just be exactly what American voters need to get through this election.
Anheuser Busch officials have confirmed that they filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau to alter their label to “America” through the summer and early fall until the November general election.
Other branding moves include “Land of the Free,” “Home of the Brave” and “From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream Waters This Land Was Made For You and Me.” Budweiser is serious about winning over Trump voters this year with their attempt to make “America” great again.
If voters drink enough “America” beer, they may even find Hillary Clinton’s campaign attractive enough to vote for.
Few things in America are more American than beer. The only thing that could make this news even more insane is if Trump launched his own line of beer.
This all makes sense because Anheuser-Busch is owned by a beer conglomerate based in Belgium and Brazil.
Twitter Reacts to “America” Beer Announcement
Budweiser is rebranding itself as simply “America” this summer because “Fermented Garbage Water” wraps too far around the can.
— Elizabeth Hackett (@LizHackett) May 10, 2016
Anyone offended by Budweiser re-naming its beer “America” needs to leave America.
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) May 10, 2016
Is it unpatriotic to say America tastes like piss? https://t.co/NRDjsaUCRb
— TriumphT.I.ComicDog (@TriumphICDHQ) May 10, 2016
Budweiser may be attempting an elaborate advertising hoax or it is getting serious about their campaign to make beer great again.