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Inside Budweiser’s quest to reclaim its crown

Budweiser is a classic American brand, but with rapidly changing consumer tastes, can it stay relevant? With the rise in craft and light beers and younger target audiences increasingly favoring wine and spirits, Budweiser has been knocked from its throne as the No. 1 beer in the United States. But they’re taking steps to reclaim their crown as the king of beers.
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Could 3D printing be the key to true sustainability? HP thinks so

At the start of the pandemic, HP sprung into action. The company used its 3D printers to create millions of personal protective items and nasal swabs to test for Covid-19. Now HP is focusing its 3D printing efforts on reducing its environmental impact. Fast Company took a peek behind the curtain at HP’s Innovation Lab in Palo Alto to learn more about the future of digital manufacturing and the possibility of a circular economy.

Could 3D printing be the key to true sustainability? HP thinks so
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Pour a cold one for your dog with Anheuser-Busch’s latest brew

Anheuser-Busch, the makers of Budweiser, Michelob, Busch, and many other beer and alcohol brands, is a market leader of innovation for alcoholic beverages of the future. Over the past 10 years, there has been a major cultural shift in drinking behaviors, especially among younger generations. Anheuser-Busch found a new way to put its customers first—by putting their dogs first. Dog Brew is an alcohol-free bone broth product for dogs.

Pour a cold one for your dog with Anheuser-Busch’s latest brew
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