- Paul Dobler
Budweiser Logo and Packaging
Updated: May 8, 2021
Few things look better in a bowtie then one of these brown bottles. Budweiser has been around since the late 1800's and introduced a variant of their current bottle labels in 1910. Surprisingly they didn't start using the bowtie until 1957. That's almost 100 years before the king of beers put on a bowtie. This beer knows casual.
We here at MiLK & BULL have always been partial to their winter stein collection each year. They do a great job of making every can unique but somehow undeniably a can of Budweiser. This year I missed the can with the Dalmatian on it. If you want more information on the stein collection check out the Bev Industry's article on it.
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