Brewing Company Celebrates No Longer Being Owned by Anheuser-Busch
They’ll drink to that!
An Oregon brewery that was just spun off by the parent company of embattled beer brand Bud Light threw a social media celebration over the weekend to spread the news.
The brewer’s staff tossed a banner over an outdoor balcony, popping beer cans and spraying foam into the air.
And as usual in such cases, a picture was worth a thousand words.
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“Now with less Anheuser-Busch!” the banner proclaimed.
In a news release Monday, the founder of 10 Barrel Brewing Co. in Bend, Oregon, welcomed the brewing company’s purchase by Tilray Brands Inc., a Canadian cannabis and packaged goods company, from brewing giant Anheuser-Busch, according to New School Beer, an online publication that covers the craft beer and cider industry.
“We are excited for 10 Barrel and our new partner, Tilray! Our team has always been focused on making the best beer, and most importantly, having fun,” Chris Cox, who still manages the company, said in the release.
Most Americans who follow the news can think of a few good reasons a company migh …