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I have a hard time believing this is for real:
Budweiser and Clamato, together at last!

It makes me nauseous just to look at the picture.
Only Anheuser-Busch could out-Anheuser-Busch Anheuser-Busch.
Wild Bill Turkey
Actually, this product has been in development for quite a while. Lots of people, some of whom you all know, have had a hand in bringing it to market. Luc, from Heure Verte, loaned us his superbe antique bubble-reservoir glass so that I could use it for the illustration on the can.
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We're all very proud of this new and unusual taste treat, and hope you all like it as much as we do.
I knew there was some conspiracy going on. However, we have been first:…dd_s_Beers.html

I believe, there is more of them coming.
Raspberry as a beer additive/flavor component needn't make you a freeq. Clamato is, uh, it's, well, it's just too Anheuser-Busch to contemplate.
Especially beechwood aged clamato.
Don't forget about B2theE, you know RedBud Wings Fer Kings.
Donnie Darko
If only I had thought of mixing my urine with Clamato, I too could be a millionaire.
Alyssa Dyane
I used to drink cheladas all the time when I lived in Mexico. Usually for breakfast everyday. However, it wasn't pre-mixed, and we didn't use Bud. I make a great one, and I actually do use Clamato. Salted galss rim, ice, lots of fresh squeezed lime juice, Clamato and beer. Breakfast of champions.
QUOTE(Alyssa Dyane @ Jan 21 2008, 08:08 PM) *

Salted galss rim, ice, lots of fresh bearded-clam juice, and beer. Breakfast of champions.

Darlin', you're making me hongree.
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