Budweiser banned from Qatar responded with a funny Tweet. Bud is finding a creative solution to its sudden excess supply of beer. The beer company will use stock originally meant to be sold at World Cup games for a celebration for whichever country wins the World Cup.
See, Qatar reversed its decision to allow beer to be sold inside World Cup stadiums. They banned beer two days before the World Cup tournament was set to begin. Following Qatar’s decision, Budweiser tweeted out a picture over the weekend. It shows a huge stockpile of cases of beer being stored in a warehouse. Budweiser captioned the post with, “New Day, New Tweet. The winning Country gets the Buds. Who will get them?”
New Day, New Tweet. Winning Country gets the Buds. Who will get them? pic.twitter.com/Vv2YFxIZa1— Budweiser (@Budweiser) November 19, 2022