New book tells the story of the building of Budweiser

12/23/2012 | National Public Radio

Adolphus Busch immigrated to St. Louis from Germany, buying a small brewery supply company and building it into an iconic beer brand and a brewing dynasty that would remain in the family for nearly 150 years, according to a new book detailing the story of the family behind Budweiser. Busch's descendants built the company into a $19 billion enterprise by 2008 when it was acquired by InBev in a hostile takeover.

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