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Old 07-16-2008, 02:37 PM   #201
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Hey you guys!! I was getting interested in learning what beers you all liked. How did we get off that subject and on to analyzing the Bud takeover???
It's completely relevant to the conversation.
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Old 07-16-2008, 02:42 PM   #202
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Maybe now that the Belgians have Budweiser they´ll actually produce a beer I can stomach! Of course my dad did find the best beer to cook sausage in is, in fact, Budweiser. Doesnt leave the meat as bitter as others might. I do agree that those are some tasty sausages...
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Old 07-16-2008, 03:33 PM   #203
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Maybe now that the Belgians have Budweiser they´ll actually produce a beer I can stomach! Of course my dad did find the best beer to cook sausage in is, in fact, Budweiser. Doesnt leave the meat as bitter as others might. I do agree that those are some tasty sausages...
I only drink Bud when I'm in one of two places, Sea World and the NASCAR track. Other than that I'll do Mich Ultra Amber, but not Bud or Bud Lite.
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Old 07-17-2008, 09:20 AM   #204
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It's completely relevant to the conversation.
thanks, I am personally interested in what the public has to say about this beer baron. all my life I have heard about Anheuser Busch, then started working there when Mr Busch Jr was in charge and everything I had heard was so true. I count my blessings. At that time, Mr Busch always stressed that customers were the most important asset company had. He was of the school, 'customers were always right' regardless of what he himself thought. T hat man was certainly the king of bosses. Once you knew him and had opportunity to work for the company, you surely considered yourself blessed. Gave it all up to have family. Finding out that someone else is in charge I am thankful I made the decision I did.

Thanks for allowing me to make this comment on Mr. Busch, Jr. He was a real family type of man. I am sorry to say I don't feel those days will ever be experienced again. Only my opinion.
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Old 07-17-2008, 09:52 AM   #205
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thanks, I am personally interested in what the public has to say about this beer baron. all my life I have heard about Anheuser Busch, then started working there when Mr Busch Jr was in charge and everything I had heard was so true. I count my blessings. At that time, Mr Busch always stressed that customers were the most important asset company had. He was of the school, 'customers were always right' regardless of what he himself thought. T hat man was certainly the king of bosses. Once you knew him and had opportunity to work for the company, you surely considered yourself blessed. Gave it all up to have family. Finding out that someone else is in charge I am thankful I made the decision I did.

Thanks for allowing me to make this comment on Mr. Busch, Jr. He was a real family type of man. I am sorry to say I don't feel those days will ever be experienced again. Only my opinion.
When you say Busch Jr do you mean Auggie III ir Auggie IV? I've met both and have a very good friend who is extremely well acquainted with IV. Or do you go back even further than III?
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Old 07-17-2008, 10:44 AM   #206
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Hey you guys!! I was getting interested in learning what beers you all liked. How did we get off that subject and on to analyzing the Bud takeover???
My favorite is Amstel.
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Old 07-17-2008, 10:45 AM   #207
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Back FURTHER! I was employed up until 1972 when I had first child. Busch IV do you think he is good businessman? All information about him is he is playboy. Do you know Busch IV assistant?
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Old 07-17-2008, 10:52 AM   #208
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If anyone interested, CNBC will have special tonight around 8 pm and 11pm regarding the history of Anheuser Busch.
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Old 07-17-2008, 09:31 PM   #209
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When you say Busch Jr do you mean Auggie III ir Auggie IV? I've met both and have a very good friend who is extremely well acquainted with IV. Or do you go back even further than III?
How well do you know Busch IV? No wonder you have interest in this brand of beer. The time I was working there, we could go down the hall to a tap in a beer stube and drink it at our desks. No more!
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Old 07-17-2008, 10:52 PM   #210
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An ineresting artical on Budweisers rise to, and fall from grace.
The rise and fall of an American beer | Salon Life
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