Budejovicky Budvar


Budweiser Loses The Right To Call Itself Budweiser In Italy

Although beer giant AB InBev might have won one battle against its Czech brewery foe Budejovicky Budvar, it’s a whole different story in Italy. An Italian court has banned AB InBev from selling Budweiser beer under that name in the country, granting its favor instead on Budvar’s claim on the name. [More]


Anheuser-Busch Wins Another Budweiser Round In 100-Year Fight Against Czech Brewer

It seems Goliath has won this bout with David, if you consider Anheuser-Busch InBev to be well, a giant towering over a Czech brewery fighting for the right to call its beer Budweiser. Over here in America we mostly only ever see the King of Beers we’re used to, but in Europe, it’s a whole other long, contentious story. [More]


Anheuser-Busch & Czech Brewer Continue 100-Year Fight Over Budweiser Name

Talk about feuds — A small brewer in the Czech Republic, Budejovicky Budvar, has been fighting with Anheuser-Busch (now part of AB InBev) over a name that’s very familiar the world over for 106 years. Who knew? It’s an important battle for the small state-owned brewers because AB InBev is no longer so pleased with the last agreement and wants to butt into what had formerly been Budejovicky Budar’s market. [More]