Budweiser is one of world’s best selling beer brands, the beer is sold in over 80 countries worldwide. There is a similar brand beer produced by Budějovický Budvar brewery of Czech Republic, due to which there are several trademark disputes.
Nevertheless, AB Budweiser is still sold in many countries, though under the name Bud, where they don’t own the trademark. In the European Union, except Sweden, Ireland, Spain, and Finland, Budweiser is marketed as Bud.
Who Owns Budweiser?
The Budweiser beer brand is currently owned by Anheuser-Busch, which itself is owned by AB InBev.
Budweiser owner AB InBev is a Belgian multinational alcoholic beverage company headquartered in Leuven, Belgium.
The company is the world’s largest brewer and is assumed to have a 28% market share in the global beer market. The company has about 630 beer brands in 130 countries worldwide.
Where Budweiser is made?
Budweiser has its origins in St. Louis, Missouri, at Anheuser-Busch’s first brewery. Today, beer is produced around the world at various plants. In the United States, the beer is produced at 13 locations where Anheuser Busch plants are located.