With what I am sure is one of the biggest beer drinking holidays a day behind us – I figured it would be fun to meet the World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales. This is a family friendly event because I can still remember when I went to see them at about age 10 and I was mesmerized, I don’t even really like horses.
The Clydesdales have become a key symbol to the Anheuser-Busch Company. They first were associated with the brand in 1933 and have grown as a key association with the company since then.
The Clydesdales have been a longstanding Super Bowl tradition as they have been featured a Budweiser Commercial during the Super Bowl for years. This year, the 2010 Super Bowl Budweiser announced that for the first time in decades the Clydesdales would not appear in a Super Bowl Commercial. After a Facebook poll and out rage Budweiser decided to carry on the tradition and include the Clydesdales in a Commercial that was aired during the forth quarter.
It is a great part of Beer Drinking culture and an experience that I remember from when I first saw them years ago. Take advantage of the opportunity while they are in Austin.
They are available for viewing from now until Sunday, March 21st.
8711 Johnny Morris Road
Austin, Texas 78724