“Budweiser” was originally the German name for beer brewed in the Czech town of České Budějovice (German: Budweis). Anheuser-Busch stole the name for its American brew, and the breweries have been in trademark battles ever since. If you order a Budweiser in the EU, you get the Czech brew.
A man was arrested for trespassing at the Budweiser brewery. His name? Bud Weisser.
For 150 years, whenever a new heir was born to the Annheiser-Busch brewing family, they would be fed five drops of Budweiser before even having their mothers milk.
In 2014 Budweiser attempted to trademark the sound of a beer can opening.
The creator of Budweiser had a few drops of the beer placed on the tongues of every one of his newborn sons just hours after birth. They tasted Budweiser before their own mother’s milk.