The cartoon cat aims to get Chinese women to buy a low-alcohol brew. If a former boy band and The Simpsons can sell beer, then why not?
The agency that oversees beer labeling frowns on drug references, but bogarts the rulebook while ignoring other infractions.
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Because local levies differ drastically depending on regional politics, where you live has a lot to do with what you pay.
The bowtie-shaped 11.3-ounce container can't hide the fact that Bud sales have slid steeply in recent years.
It now garners a mere fraction of market share, but some big brewers are making major moves to expand its reach.
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