Budweiser Introduced in 1876 by Carl Conrad & Co. of St. Louis, Missouri, It has become one of the largest-selling beers in the United States. The lager is available in over 80 countries, though not under the Budweiser name where Anheuser-Busch does not own the trademark. It is a filtered beer, available on draft and in bottles and cans, made (unlike the Czech lager) with up to 30% rice in addition to the hops and barley malt used by all lagers.
Is It True ?
A shocking claim going viral on social media says that a Budweiser employee has been urinating into beer tanks for the last 12 years. The claim has shocked beer lovers.
According to the article, an employee named Walter Powell (name changed) revealed that he has been peeing inside the beer tanks for the last 12 years. The reports further mentioned that Walter has only worked in Budweiser Brewery Experience (Fort Collins, CO) and the rest of Budweisers made in other cities are free of piss.
After verifying the bizarre claim, it turns out that the story was pushed out by a satire website which mentioned at the end of the article that it is fake.
The content of Foolish Humor is fiction and does not correspond to reality.”The report which created all the hullaballoo, quoted information published in an article titled “Budweiser employee acknowledges having been pissing into beer tanks for 12 years,” on a site named Foolish Humor. The ‘about us’ section of the site clearly mentions, “This website is a humorous page whose sole purpose is entertainment.
They also published another fictitious article in which they claimed that CO of Budweiser Brewery’s Fort Collins division “openly acknowledged” that “employees of its staff have been pissing into their beer tanks in recent years.”
Budweiser is yet to comment on the social media buzz created by these fictitious articles
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