10 Craft Beers Actually Owned by Budweiser

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Even as Budweiser changed their name to “America” this summer, and ran a Superbowl ad teasing and taunting craft breweries, Bud’s parent company, Anheuser-Busch Inbev, has been buying up small craft brewers and taking them national. AB-Inbev is making a push to expand their brand names and capitalize on the rising tide of craft beer in America,

1) Elysian Brewery (Seattle, WA) – Acquired by AB-Inbev in 2015

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2) 10 Barrel Brewing (Bend, OR) – Acquired by AB-Inbev in 2014

 

 

3) Golden Road Brewing (Los Angeles, CA) – Acquired by AB-Inbev in 2015 golden-road-logo

4) Four Peaks Brewing (Pheonix, AZ) – Acquired by AB-Inbev in 2015 fourpeaks

5) Breckenridge Brewery (Breckenridge, CO) – Acquired by AB-Inbev in 2016download (2)

6) Goose Island Beer Company (Chicago, IL) – Acquired by AB-Inbev in 2010header-logo

7) Blue Point Brewery (Patchogue, NY) –  Acquired by AB-Inbev in 2013Blue_Point_Brewing_Company_logo

8) Shock Top (St. Louis, MO) – In house AB-Inbev Branddownload (3)

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9) Redhook Brewing (Seattle, WA) – Owned by Brewers Alliance, AB-Inbev has a 35% ownership stake logo_gate

10) Kona Brewing (Kona, HI) – Owned by Brewers Alliance, AB-Inbev has a 35% ownership stake kona

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