Bitter Brew: The Rise and Fall of Anheuser-Busch and by William Knoedelseder

By William Knoedelseder

The engrossing, frequently scandalous saga of 1 of the wealthiest, longest-lasting, and so much colourful family members dynasties within the background of yankee commerce—a cautionary story approximately prosperity, profligacy, hubris, and the benefits and darkish outcomes of good fortune.

From numerous bar indicators, stadium scoreboards, journal advertisements, television advertisements, and roadside billboards, the identify Budweiser has been burned into the yankee cognizance because the "King of Beers." Over a span of greater than a century, the corporate at the back of it, Anheuser-Busch, has attained mythical prestige. A jewel of the yankee commercial Revolution, within the fingers of its founders—the occasionally reckless and continually boisterous Busch kin of St. Louis, Missouri—it grew into some of the most fearsome advertising and marketing machines nowa days. In Bitter Brew, significantly acclaimed journalist Knoedelseder paints a desirable portrait of enormous wealth and tool observed by means of a barrelful of scandal, heartbreak, tragedy, and premature loss of life.

This engrossing, bright narrative captures the Busch saga via 5 generations. even as, it weaves a broader tale of yank growth and decline over the last a hundred and fifty years. It's a cautionary story of prosperity, hubris, and loss.

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