Budweiser Limited Edition Wooden Crates for Christmas

Nov 11, 2014

Category: Food

Budweiser is planning to release limited-edition, handmade wooden crates containing 18 Budweiser bottles and two pilsner glasses for the upcoming holiday season. The Budweiser bottles will feature three different labels celebrating momentous occasions in the company’s history. Two of the labels will encompass Prohibition, dated 1918 and 1933, while the third label is from the company’s 100th anniversary in 1976.

The crates are made by Vintage Editions in North Carolina, whom have quite an impressive lineup of antique wood products. The crates will be shipped across the United States this week, hitting stores just in time for the holiday season. There will be just 10,000 of these handmade wooden crates made. Budweiser is also using social media with the crates, by rewarding any buyer that posts a picture of themselves with the hashtag #HolidayBuds a chance to be selected for a reunion with long-lost friends. There has been no word on just how much one of these Budweiser wooden crates will run you, but we’ll find out soon enough when they begin hitting stores next week.

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