Budweiser Clydesdales

The Clydesdale tradition first started when August A. Busch, Jr. presented his father with a team of Clydesdales and a bright red wagon. They were presented on April 7, 1933 to celebrate the end of the Prohibition where it is said that Busch, Jr. commemorated the day by parading down Pestalozzi Street carrying the first case of post-Prohibition beer from the St. Louis brewery. Every since then the Clydesdales have represented tradition, strength, and grace which will be shown in some example commercials. Also,  as time passed, the Clydesdales commercials begin to tell a story with themes of big dreams and heart-warming achievements.



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