Talk:Anheuser-Busch

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Claims regarding "Anheuser family"[edit]

I'm removing this entire paragraph (under the history section), until someone can verify. I haven't found anything to back up the claims & referencing Anheuser rather than Busch is also a bit of a red flag.

The German heritage of Anheuser, along with its major competitors such as Miller, seriously affected the corporation's public image during World War I, when Anti-German sentiment in the United States reached moral panic proportions. Poor public relations, such as when part of the Anheuser family elected to stay in Germany after the war broke out to help with the home front efforts against the Allies, did not help change the perception of a large number of Americans who were predisposed by nascent mass media to distrust German-origin products during the first World War.

--Chimino (talk) 12:59, 14 March 2011 (UTC)

Budweiser bill[edit]

Added this:

After numerous deaths in football stadiums, Brazil passed a law in 2003 outlawing alcohol sales in stadiums. FIFA demanded that Brazil allow alcohol sales at the 2014 FIFA World Cup because Budweiser, a major World Cup sponsor is the "Official Beer of the FIFA World Cup", a role it has played since 1986. In response, Brazil passed a law paving the way for alcohol sales in the World Cup, nicknamed the "Budweiser Bill".[1][2]

Wholesomegood (talk) 05:12, 10 June 2014 (UTC)

References

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Improve reference[edit]

I don't know how to improve ref to Herbst, this is what i have so far but not sure how to change it.

{{cite book |last1=Herbst |first1=Henry |authorlink1=Henry Herbst |last2=Roussin |first2=Don |authorlink2=Don Roussin |last3=Kious |first3=Kevin |authorlink3=Kevin Kious | date=2009 |title=St. Louis Brews: 200 Years of Brewing in St. Louis, 1809-2009 |pages=32 |isbn=978-1933370910}}

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Fixed broken link in the references[edit]

Reference 1 was a link to a web page that no longer exists at anheuserbusch.com. I replaced the reference with the url to the current history page at that site. Siegele (talk) 00:44, 11 December 2017 (UTC)