Skip to comments.Busch is offering a year of free beer to couples whose weddings plans were changed due to coronavirus
Posted on 04/20/2020 2:16:00 AM PDT by Libloather
(CNN) Nothing can bring back the months of wedding planning that went to waste after coronavirus hit. But one company is hoping it can help alleviate engaged couples' stress during the pandemic with -- what else -- booze.
Busch Beer is offering couples whose wedding plans have changed due to the coronavirus a chance to win its free beer for a year.
"Whether couples ran to city hall to say 'I do' or are postponing until another time when they can gather friends and family, this small consolation will allow them to focus on what really matters -- each other -- and cheers all year long," the company said in a news release.
Couples who altered their wedding plans this year are asked to post a photo of themselves on social media -- using the hashtags #BuschWeddingGift and #Sweepstakes -- with a caption explaining how they still plan on celebrating.
Two hundred and fifty winners will receive a $300 debit card, which can then be used to buy two 24-pack cases per month.
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Most will use the gift card to buy Stella Artois.
If a partner couldn’t convince the other to scrap the plans and go smaller, then that person isn’t the right one.
Never mind that marriage is a sham and a waste.
Stella is great beer
Funny. Are you still married?
If Im just renewing my vows can I get a case?
I would marry Stella Artois.
Perhaps. But you would cheat with Duvel.
Busch meat is what caused the Corona virus.
Haven’t these couples been through enough?
Only because Duvel has expensive tastes.
$300.00/365 Days@year=$0.821917808219178 per Day/2 People=$0.410958904109589 per Person.
2*24pack=48Beers/30Days=1.6 Beer Day/2 People =.8 Beer Each
Busch Beer are CHEAP SOBs
Is My Jethro Bodeen Cipherin that bad ?
Id rather wait for Grannys Medicine to finish the Dripping Coil
Bush beer is an oxymoron.
What if the happy Couple met at an AA Meeting?
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Had it, liked it. I don’t do large domestic beer like Bud or Coors. The only one I would drink is Sam Adams. My fave it Stella or Amstel or any IPA.
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