Budweiser Fake News: For all the beer lovers there has been a shocking claim of Budweiser employees pissing into beer tanks for the last 12 years. When he was 34 years old, Walter wanted to clear up any doubt about the taste of Budweiser and said that he’s been doing this for more than 10 years just before bottling.
However, we should know that 75% of Budweiser beer is made in Budweiser Brewery Experience so inevitably most of us have drunk Walter’s piss. “First time I made water inside the tanks was after working 2 years, once I moved up and earned the trust of my superiors”.
Walter further added that he doesn’t know why he did this “I was thinking about nothing, just the WC was too far away, and I was lazy to go. I won’t do it again, from now on you all can feel the authentic Budweiser taste”.
Soon pics of the news piece were shared on Twitter and a following report on the news is going viral.
Check out the viral post:
2 Minutes Silence for #Budweiser Fans,
Thankgod I am safe ( Knock-out, Kingfisher ) Only😂
Never encouraged Foreign beers pic.twitter.com/umQ2FvraId
— Shoutloud For (@Shoutloudfor) July 2, 2020
Budweiser employees :#Budweiser
Thankfully i am a water-drinker 😈 pic.twitter.com/hA45W41A94
— khyati🐍 (@khyatayyyyy) July 2, 2020
— Saurabh Singh (@100rabhsingh781) July 2, 2020
A website called foolishhumour.com posted an article with the headline, “Budweiser employee acknowledges having been pissing into beer tanks for 12 years.” The article quotes an employee with an alias name of Walter Powell and said this happens in the Budweiser Brewery Experience (Fort Collins, CO). In other countries, the beer is free of piss. It also goes on to mention that there are over 750 workers staff in the company and it is difficult to monitor them all.
Now there’s a disclaimer at the end of the website which mentions, “This website is a humorous page whose sole purpose is entertainment. The content of Foolish Humor is fiction and does not correspond to reality.” This piece of satire was then redrafted and posted on another website, which made it look authentic.
However, The claim of Budweiser employee acknowledges having been pissing into beer tanks for 12 years is FALSE.
In 1876, German-born Adolphus Busch and his friend Carl Conrad developed a “Bohemian-style” lager (Budweiser), inspired after a trip to Bohemia and produced it in their brewery in St. Louis, Missouri. Over the years, Budweiser has become one of the largest-selling beers in the United States.
It is produced using barley malt, rice, water, hops and yeast. Malt gives colour and the sugar that is needed for the beer to ferment. Yeast is a key in the flavour. The hops give the beer spice, aroma and bitterness. Another ingredient is rice, helping Budweiser achieve crispness in its flavour. Finally, there is the water, which is filtered to make sure it’s pure.