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A beer company is changing the of its best-selling beer. Anheuser-Busch (AB) is the USA's maker of beer. It is going to change the name of its Budweiser beer to 'America'. The change will happen May and November. A spokesperson said the is to try and increase . Budweiser used to be the USA's most popular beer but sales have been falling. The word 'America' will replace the 'Budweiser' on its . It will also use the font that AB uses for Budweiser. In addition, the "US" will replace "AB".

The new name is of a Budweiser called "America is in Your Hands". There are many during the campaign period, starting with Memorial Day on May 30 and ending with the U.S. in November. In between are the Olympics and Labor Day. AB wants Americans to feel of America – the company and the beer. The company vice president said: "Budweiser has always [tried ] to embody America in a , and we're honoured to salute this great , where our beer has been brewed for the past 140 years."

 
 

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