Budweiser Logo – Budweiser  is a beer type lager American and one of the most popular in the United States . Budweiser is made ​​with a large proportion (up to 80%) of rice , as well as hops and malt from barley . Budweiser is produced in various breweries located around the United States and the rest of the world. Is a filtered beer available on tap and packaged form. In the United States has 5.0% alcohol by volume and 145 calories per 12 oz, except in Utah , Minnesota , Kansas and Oklahoma , which has a 3.2% alcohol by weight (4.0% by volume ) due to state laws. Minnesota and Colorado require 3.2% alcohol in beer sales at public events, as well as in supermarkets and gas stations.

In 1876, the company Anheuser-Busch creates a light beer in Saint-Louis . These producers of beer, of German origin, choose the German name that identifies the Czech city of České Budějovice, and inspired no complex recipes for beers of Bohemia (Czech Republic). In the 1890s, that beer acquires the label of king of beers (king of beers). It is made ​​from hops , barley and rice , clarified in a bed of chips there and undergoes a second fermentation. Your graduation is 4.8 ° and cool drinks at 6 ° C. Often considered the paradigm of light beer, refreshing and very robust American style. It has a high degree of acceptance among European consumers who revel in the smooth taste of beer.

The name Budweiser refers to three brands of beer : Budweiser Budvar Budweiser brewery and 1795 produced in the Czech Republic , and American Bud, in the United States . Not surprisingly, the oldest commercial conflict still unresolved to this day, is the one that faces the American Budweiser Budvar and Bud, whose first lawsuits dating from 1880. Today the number of lawsuits between the companies is estimated at 40, although in 1939, under a commercial agreement between the two, it reserves the name “Budweiser” to the Czech brand in Europe and the U.S. brand in the rest the world. An agreement signed on January 8, 2007 between Anheuser-Busch and Czech brewer Budvar (BBNP) marks a milestone in trademark litigation. Under the agreement, Anheuser-Busch goes on to become an American importer Czechvár Premium beer (Budweiser Budvar name in the United States) and incorporates the brand their products in order to gain a privileged position in the segment beers imported into the United States, strong growth in the last two years (7% in 2005 and over 10% in 2006). Though actually the “real” brand name should use the 1795 Budweiser Budweiser would be brewery, being the oldest brewery, house that just had problems in the neighboring Czech Republic Budweiser Budvar for the use of name, claiming both the commercial use of it.