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Anheuser Busch Malt Nutrine 1904 Budweiser 1907

Budweiser

History of Budweiser (1876) 

Budweiser Beer CompanyAnheuser-Busch was founded by German immigrants, the American brewers say. Adolphus Busch (a German-born American beer brewer) adopted the name Budweiser in 1876. He is said to had thought it was a great idea to give the beer distinct and evocative name --Budweiser - that reminded him of his old country which already was well-known for its high quality beer products, and was also to be brewed in the same style the Czech/German lager-style beers were.

The (then Czechoslovak) company named Budejovicky Budvar was founded in the town of Ceske Budejovice in 1895. The beer, however has been brewed in Budejovice ever since the 14th century. The disputed "Budeweiser" name is an adjective originating from the German name of the Czech town Ceske Budejovice – Budweis- where the beer was born in the Middle Ages and thus describing the origin of the brew. Budweiser means the beer of the Budweis region, same as Champaign in France describes the wine of the Champaign wineries. Logically then, the Czechs claim to have the right to the name from long before the Americans even started the beer brewing.

The Czech brewer wished to start exporting its then already existing Budvar into the markets beyond those of the Old Continent but found out another Budweiser existed. Since Anheuser-Busch has already had the trademark registered in the United States, Budvar was temporarily sold in the US under a different name - Crystal. Similarly, the American brewer, also interested in expanding its market, but now aware of the other Budweiser's existence [and due to the disputes] would use the name -Bud –abroad to get around the issue.

The disagreement, however, grew larger and later included also the right to the variations of the name Budweiser which includes the name Bud (which is, now , already produced by both brewers).

Teoretically, the two companies were to honor agreements about avoiding the market dominated by the other party, but they have eventually engaged in a legal dispute over who should have the right to use the trademark.

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1904 Anheuser Busch's Malt Nutrine Ad

Original vintage advertisement.

 

Size - (Full Page 8 inches x 11 inches / 20 cm x 28 cm)
Grading - excellent
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Price $30.00
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1907 Budweiser Ad

Original vintage advertisement. Equipped with the 440 Magnum engine, air conditioning, stereo player and bucket seats. 426 Hemi engine also available.

 

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