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By KNIGHT RIDDER / TRIBUNE | May 17, 2006
Is this sauce for you? The Budweiser name soon will be on a line of nonalcoholic barbecue sauces that rolls out in July. Anheuser-Busch Cos. hopes the sauces will strengthen the link between Budweiser and a favorite American cooking style, while heightening brand loyalty during the key beer-selling season. Under a licensing deal announced last week, Vita Food Products Inc. of Chicago will make and distribute two different barbecue sauces, along with a sauce for chicken wings and a basting sauce.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 23, 2011
The best ticket option for the Grand Prix could be the Grounds Admission - a three-day pass is $65. You don't get reserved seating, but you get to roam around, which is what people are going to be doing anyway in between races, I'm thinking. The Grounds Admission pass gives you access to it Budweiser Block Party , which is on the old McCormick lot on the corner of Charles and Conway. Dave Rather of Mother's Federal Hill Grille is putting together the "restaurant row" within the site.
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SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | August 28, 1992
LAUREL -- The name Budweiser might be back on the Budweiser International.Corporate leadership of Anheuser-Busch, Inc., had canceled the company's sponsorship of the $750,000 grass race scheduled for Oct. 17. But, yesterday, Laurel Race Course operator Joe De Francis said the race may get to keep its moniker and sponsorship."
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2010
It's 30 minutes before game time at Camden Yards, and Greg Schwalenberg peers out at the vast expanse of empty green seats. He grimaces. "What kind of crowd are they expecting?" he asks a nearby usher. "Let's see, 10,000," the man replies. "It's been this way most of the season," Schwalenberg says with a weary smile. Schwalenberg has sold beer at Orioles games for 31 years, and he knows that with four empty seats for every one filled, he'll have to scramble all over the outfield stands to sell enough Budweisers and Bud Lights to turn a solid profit for the evening.
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By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,Staff Writer | August 23, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- The gentle giants are coming.They're the Anheuser-Busch Clydesdales -- those huge horses that pull the red beer wagon for the "King of Beers," and let children and adults alike pet and admire them.Carroll countians can admire them up close and personal from noon to 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Carroll County Farm Museum, 500 S. Center St.As an added lure, the museum is having a free admission day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m."I just hope it's a pretty day and everybody can come and enjoy them," said Dottie Freeman, administrative marketing specialist for the Farm Museum.
BUSINESS
By Jeremiah McWilliams and Tim Logan and Jeremiah McWilliams and Tim Logan,St. Louis Post-Dispatch | July 15, 2008
ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Expect "Blue Ocean" to get deeper and Budweiser's reach to get wider. In a conference call yesterday, executives from InBev laid out their plans to expand cost-cutting at Anheuser-Busch Cos. and to build the world's dominant brewer around its new flagship brand, Budweiser. InBev chief executive Carlos Brito told analysts hours after the announcement of a $52 billion deal to buy the St. Louis brewer that the merged company, to be known as Anheuser-Busch InBev, will be the leading provider of beer in the world's five biggest beer markets and the third-largest consumer products company in the world.
SPORTS
By Dave Joseph and Dave Joseph,Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | October 23, 1992
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The king of beers may no longer be associated with the sport of kings.Officials confirmed yesterday that Budweiser has pulled itsponsorship from the 1993 Breeders' Cup and the 50-race Budweiser Breeders' Cup special stakes program.Sources also said Budweiser is considering dropping out as thtitle sponsor of ESPN's "Racing Across America" and "Racing to the Breeders' Cup" television shows.Budweiser's departure from the Cup, and its possible departure as the title sponsor of two television shows, is a blow to thoroughbred racing.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa | sam.sessa@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | April 1, 2010
Beers at large-scale concert venues aren't cheap. Depending on the place, a cold one can run you close to $10. We compared the cost and size of a Budweiser draft at three local music spots. Here is what we found: Merriweather Post Pavilion: A 24-ounce draft Bud will run you $8 at the wooded amphitheater. It's a quarter more than 1st Mariner Arena, but it's also the only even price on our list. The other concession stands will give you back a quarter or two. 1st Mariner Arena: Old arena, contemporary prices: Here, a 24-ounce draft Budweiser costs $7.75, which is about the same as Merriweather.
SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | August 28, 1992
LAUREL -- The name Budweiser might be back on the Budweiser International.Corporate leadership of Anheuser-Busch, Inc., canceled the company's sponsorship of the $750,000 grass race scheduled for Oct. 17. But, yesterday, Laurel Race Course operator Joe De Francis said the race may get to keep its moniker."
NEWS
By Cary Darling and Cary Darling,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | February 23, 2005
Beer. On the rocks. The trend-spotting folks at Anheuser-Busch have introduced B-to-the-E, the new fruit-flavored Budweiser beer shot through with the natural stimulants caffeine, herbal guarana and ginseng. Aimed at the 21- to 27-year-old "experimenters" and "multi-taskers," B-to-the-E (also called B.E. and Bud Extra) proved so popular in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, Boston and other test markets last fall that Anheuser-Busch pushed up its national rollout a few weeks to late January.
SPORTS
By George Diaz, Tribune newspapers | August 18, 2010
As expected, Anheuser-Busch and Richard Childress Racing announced a sponsorship deal Tuesday involving Kevin Harvick and his No. 29 Chevy. Budweiser will be on the car in the majority of points races and two exhibition events for the next three years. It's a good fit, considering Harvick has won two Bud Shootouts. "It's a fun brand to represent," he said. Harvick became the first driver to qualify for the Chase, giving him a three-week window with limited pressure.
NEWS
By Nicole Fuller, The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2010
A six-pack of beer and some sailing cloth might seem a dubious construction combination for most Annapolis-area skippers. But add a little ingenuity, and you've got a model boat fit to compete in this year's "12 oz. Regatta," a quirky boat race that benefits local charity. Organized by the Chesapeake Outdoor Group, the seventh annual 12 oz. Regatta benefits Annapolis Community Boating, an organization that promotes access to boating, and has held free sailing classes at City Dock.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa | sam.sessa@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | April 1, 2010
Beers at large-scale concert venues aren't cheap. Depending on the place, a cold one can run you close to $10. We compared the cost and size of a Budweiser draft at three local music spots. Here is what we found: Merriweather Post Pavilion: A 24-ounce draft Bud will run you $8 at the wooded amphitheater. It's a quarter more than 1st Mariner Arena, but it's also the only even price on our list. The other concession stands will give you back a quarter or two. 1st Mariner Arena: Old arena, contemporary prices: Here, a 24-ounce draft Budweiser costs $7.75, which is about the same as Merriweather.
BUSINESS
By Jeremiah McWilliams and Tim Logan and Jeremiah McWilliams and Tim Logan,St. Louis Post-Dispatch | July 15, 2008
ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Expect "Blue Ocean" to get deeper and Budweiser's reach to get wider. In a conference call yesterday, executives from InBev laid out their plans to expand cost-cutting at Anheuser-Busch Cos. and to build the world's dominant brewer around its new flagship brand, Budweiser. InBev chief executive Carlos Brito told analysts hours after the announcement of a $52 billion deal to buy the St. Louis brewer that the merged company, to be known as Anheuser-Busch InBev, will be the leading provider of beer in the world's five biggest beer markets and the third-largest consumer products company in the world.
NEWS
By Rob Kasper and Rob Kasper,Sun Reporter | April 6, 2008
Hugh Sisson is a local expert on boutique brews. He and his family opened Maryland's first brewpub, Sisson's, in South Baltimore in 1989. Six years later, he started Clipper City Brewing on Hollins Ferry Road, almost in the shadow of an old Halethorpe brewery that, over the years, turned out National, Carling, Heileman and Stroh's beers. Today, it's one of many small craft breweries that have sprung up around the nation to satisfy a growing thirst for high-quality beer. Sisson also serves as co-host along with Al Spoler of Cellar Notes, a weekly WYPR radio show that reviews wines.
NEWS
By KNIGHT RIDDER / TRIBUNE | May 17, 2006
Is this sauce for you? The Budweiser name soon will be on a line of nonalcoholic barbecue sauces that rolls out in July. Anheuser-Busch Cos. hopes the sauces will strengthen the link between Budweiser and a favorite American cooking style, while heightening brand loyalty during the key beer-selling season. Under a licensing deal announced last week, Vita Food Products Inc. of Chicago will make and distribute two different barbecue sauces, along with a sauce for chicken wings and a basting sauce.
NEWS
By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2010
It's 30 minutes before game time at Camden Yards, and Greg Schwalenberg peers out at the vast expanse of empty green seats. He grimaces. "What kind of crowd are they expecting?" he asks a nearby usher. "Let's see, 10,000," the man replies. "It's been this way most of the season," Schwalenberg says with a weary smile. Schwalenberg has sold beer at Orioles games for 31 years, and he knows that with four empty seats for every one filled, he'll have to scramble all over the outfield stands to sell enough Budweisers and Bud Lights to turn a solid profit for the evening.
NEWS
By Rob Kasper and Rob Kasper,Sun Reporter | April 6, 2008
Hugh Sisson is a local expert on boutique brews. He and his family opened Maryland's first brewpub, Sisson's, in South Baltimore in 1989. Six years later, he started Clipper City Brewing on Hollins Ferry Road, almost in the shadow of an old Halethorpe brewery that, over the years, turned out National, Carling, Heileman and Stroh's beers. Today, it's one of many small craft breweries that have sprung up around the nation to satisfy a growing thirst for high-quality beer. Sisson also serves as co-host along with Al Spoler of Cellar Notes, a weekly WYPR radio show that reviews wines.
NEWS
By Cary Darling and Cary Darling,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | February 23, 2005
Beer. On the rocks. The trend-spotting folks at Anheuser-Busch have introduced B-to-the-E, the new fruit-flavored Budweiser beer shot through with the natural stimulants caffeine, herbal guarana and ginseng. Aimed at the 21- to 27-year-old "experimenters" and "multi-taskers," B-to-the-E (also called B.E. and Bud Extra) proved so popular in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, Boston and other test markets last fall that Anheuser-Busch pushed up its national rollout a few weeks to late January.
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | July 3, 1995
CESKE BUDEJOVICE, Czech Republic -- Its market saturated at home, Anheuser-Busch, the world's biggest brewer, is peddling its Budweiser beer internationally, trying to make it a global brand. But a feisty little beer maker here is standing in its way.Both brewers have used the name Budweiser for more than 100 years. Long ago they reached an agreement that gave the Czech brewer the right to use the Budweiser name in Europe and the former Soviet Union, and gave Anheuser-Busch Cos. the right in the United States and Latin America.
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