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Bud on Mars – Mission to have first beer on red planet

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Bud on Mars the American Dream.  Budweiser wants to make it their mission to have the first beer on the red planet even though it may take decades in the making

Budweiser unveiled its ambitions to create microgravity beer for when they make it to Mars.  They are known for raising a cold one to the American Dream and those who work hard for it.  Budweiser want to be part of the monumental journey in reaching the next frontier.

They made the big announcement at the weekend at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival.

To bring the idea to life, Budweiser hosted a panel discussion, moderated by “The Martian” star Kate Mara along with Anheuser-Busch’s vice president of Marketing Innovation, Valerie Toothman.  They were joined by leaders who manage the International Space Station and former astronaut Clayton “Astro Clay” Anderson.

“Through our relentless focus on quality and innovation, Budweiser can today be enjoyed in every corner of the world, but we now believe it is time for the King of Beers to set its sights on its next destination.  When the dream of colonising Mars becomes a reality, Budweiser will be there to toast the next great step for mankind,” said Ricardo Marques, vice president, Budweiser.

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Audience attending the presentation were treated to a great bottle of Bud.  They loved the whole idea and were impressed with Budweiser’s plans to go to Mars.  Drinking the beer on the earth is a fantastic experience.  To be able to drink on Mars would be another drinking joy.

Budweiser is one the best beers in the world.  Their reputation for the taste makes a Bud the first beer to buy when out and about

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