The Anheuser-Busch InBev Quiz
It is one of the most recognizable (and profitable) companies in the brewing business. How much do you know about Anheuser-Busch InBev?
In what city was Anheuser-Busch founded?
In what year was Budweiser introduced?
In what year was the company sold to a Belgian-Brazilian corporation and then renamed to Anheuser-Bush InBev (or AB InBev)?
Budweiser contains which unusual ingredient?
Which brand is NOT associated with AB InBev?
- Four Peaks Brewery
- New Belgium
How many breweries did the company own in 1951?
Executives of AB InBev stated that they wanted to make Bud and Bud Light as well-known as what other product?
- Hershey's chocolate
In what year did the company roll out Bud Light on a national level?
In 2015, as a whole, about how much did AB InBev take in total revenue?
- about $43 billion
- about $32 billion
- about $26 billion
For how many years was the company a family-owned venture?
- 120 years
- 156 years
- 105 years
The Budweiser Clydesdales were introduced to celebrate what?
- End of Prohibition
- Inauguration of President Truman
- Independence Day
Which man introduced pasteurization into the beer-making process in order to keep the product fresh?
- Adolphus Busch
- Eberhard Anheuser
- Kees Storm
By around 1877, how many refrigerated railcars did the company use to ship its products?
Why did the company give up on its West Coast markets in the mid-20th century?
- The Great Depression depleted the company's shipping capabilities.
- to assist the Allied efforts in World War II
- West Coast palates were too different.
What was the name of the company's "super-premium" beer that was introduced in 1896?
- Budweiser Select
- Rolling Rock
Budweiser American Ale was the first beer under this brand name to feature what?
- top-fermenting yeast
- West Coast hops
- barley from Latin America
Which animal is featured on the company's trademark?
In order to skirt Prohibition laws, what did the company do?
- sold empty kegs
- sold empty beer cans
- sold ingredients for beer
What was Bevo?
- a snack that went well with beer
- a non-alcoholic beer
- a type of cola
What factor contributed to the end of Bevo?
- bacteria scare
- It tasted horrible.
In what year was Anheuser-Busch founded in St. Louis?
In what year did the company become the largest brewer in the United States?
In the 1850s, what was the primary industry in St. Louis?
- steel making
How many horses were there in the original team of Budweiser Clydesdales?
In the mid-19th century, German immigrants introduced which style of beer to America?
In 2015, AB InBev made a bid to purchase what major beverage company?
- Nestle SA
About what percentage of beer in the United States is made by AB InBev?
- about 30%
- about 40%
- about 50%
How many people does AB InBev employ?
In what year did the company manage to sell more than 2 million barrels of beer?
In what year was Michelob first distributed in cans?