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  • Budweiser rebrands its beer 'America'
  • Budweiser rebrands its beer 'America'
    Robert Bejil (2011) ©
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Budweiser rebrands its beer 'America'

In honour of the 2016 presidential elections and just in time for the boom in summer beer sales, Budweiser has undergone a patriotic makeover. Now going by the name of ‘America’, the iconic beer brand is putting national pride directly into drinkers’ hands.

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