Dude Named Bud Weisser Tried Sneaking Into Budweiser Factory, Didn’t End Well


Late last week, a man was arrested for trespassing in the St. Louis-based Budweiser Brewery. That man’s name was Bud Weisser.

The 19-year-old arrestee had entered the brewery after 6pm on Thursday, Fox 2 Now reports. Security officers found him and told him to leave the property. After an altercation, however, the officers were forced to call the police.

Weisser was taken into custody where he was issued summonses for resisting arrest and trespassing. Other than his fierce desire to be inside the property, Bud Weisser doesn’t appear to have any connection to Budweiser beer.

In 2014, the teenager had also broken into a gas station. Where some blood had been left behind after he climbed through a broken window in his attempt to escape. Weisser had turned himself in and was charged for the crime after DNA matched his blood at the scene.


New Budweiser ‘Black Crown’ Gives You More Bang For Your Chug


There’s something about crazed crowds in multiple-story shopping malls and the idea of seeing all of your extended family members at once that just screams IT’S TIME TO DRINK. Sure, the crunch of leaves, the frost on windows, and the small thrill of seeing your breath in the chilly air is dandy enough, but the holidays are really just an excuse to get boozed up inappropriately while it’s still, well, vaguely appropriate.

So it’s fitting that Budweiser has stepped up it’s efforts to get us even more buzzed over the season — with a brand spankin’ new line of beer with a higher ABV than the average Bud.

Drinkers (and fellow friends with tiny bladders), rejoice: “Black Crown” will boast a 6% ABV. To put things in perspective, regular Budweiser has a 5% ABV, while Bud Light stands at a measly 4.2% ABV. More bang for your chug!

And the mystical origins of Black Crown are interesting enough. According to Budweiser Brand VP Rob McCarthy, the formula was modeled after a limited-edition beer made earlier this year at the Los Angeles brewery. The beer was named one of the victors of Project 12, where brewmasters at 12 AB InBev breweries created their own small-batch of “tribute” beers — each with a distinct style. Sounds like some weird beer-version of The Hunger Games, but we’ll take it. All is fair in booze and war.

But will Black Crown steal the throne when it comes to pleasing the tastebuds? We’ll just have to wait until early next year, when this “golden amber lager” with a “distinctively smooth and beechwood [finish]” will be released to the public — perhaps in time (we hope) for the Super Bowl.

via HuffPo and AdAge