Budweiser’s Tribute to 9/11 still resonates

This emotional tribute to the victims of 9/11 featuring the Budweiser Clydesdales was shown on television only once — during¬†Super Bowl XXXVI on February 3, 2002. In the ad, the Clydesdales are driven across the Brooklyn Bridge, arriving in a snow covered Battery Park where they gaze over to the Statue of Liberty and bow […]

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Budweiser Clydesdales not put out to pasture

Despite earlier reports that Budweiser is ditching its iconic Clydesdales in its advertising in favor of a more “hipster” approach, luckily¬† it’s only for the holiday season. The Clydes will be back for the Superbowl. Thank goodness! “Straight from the horse’s mouth: The Budweiser Clydesdales are here to stay and will continue to play a […]

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Go Clydesdales II

As we start the countdown to the next Budweiser Clydesdale commercial, you are sure to enjoy these training clips compiled over the last 15 years.  

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Extended version of Budweiser’s Clydesdale Commercial

Okay, I understand why Budweiser ran the shorter ad for the Superbowl because those ads cost mucho dinero to air. But they just released the extended version and it’s great! Here’s some additional footage of the extra cute foal (who was named Hope). And for those of you who wondered how the horse galloped down […]

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2012 Budweiser Commercial

Just in case you aren’t watching the Superbowl, here’s the Budweiser Commercial that was unveiled tonight.  

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Budweiser Wild West Commercial

After all the anticipation (and previews) I have to say that the “Behind the Scenes” video for this commercial was better than the real thing. Given that a 60-second commercial for the Super Bowl costs (on average) $6 million to produce, I think they could have done better. Certainly they could have had a more […]

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