Anheuser Busch own 50% of Coors through a joint venture with Molson Coors

Anheuser Busch promotes Bud Light to the community via Dylan Mulvaney, after a backlash Anheuser says they made a mistake and they respect their customers, then Coors goes on to support and promote it's beer to the community, but Anheuser owns 50% of Coors, the evil is entrenched. 

Anheuser Busch has a joint venture with Molson Coors, which produces Coors and other Molson Coors brands.

As part of the joint venture, Anheuser Busch holds a 50 percent ownership stake in the company, giving it indirect control over Coors. Thus, while Anheuser Busch does not directly own Coors, it has a substantial stake in Coors and the other brands produced by the Molson Coors joint venture.

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Comments (2)
    • Ahhhhh OK I get it now - I posted earlier about Coors going trans-woke. smdh

      • The interesting think here is that Anheuser Busch through its SAB Miller Division sold The Miller Brewing Company and the Miller Brands to MolsonCoors for $12 Billion I believe back in 2016. I believe this left Anheuser Busch's SAB Miller Division to sell Miller Genuine Draft and Miller Lite outside of the United States. It would make sense for Anheuser Busch to acquire 50% of MolsonCoors especially if it allows Anheuser Busch to sell MolsonCoors Brands in the United States. Especially when it appears that it was Anheuser Busch's decision to use Bud Light going Woke to tank Bud Light. With the MolsonCoors Partnership perhaps Bud Light goes away for Anheuser Busch and they start brewing MolsonCoors Miller Brands in the United States.

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