Top 3 Budweiser Commercials Ever

The Budweiser Clydesdales made their first commercial appearance nearly 30 years ago during Super Bowl XX. Over the years, ads featuring the Draught horses have become hugely popular. Here are the three best that we’ve seen from the people at Anheuser-Busch. If you remember, some of their earlier commercials were based on humor. The Bud Bowl and the Wassup campaign are two iconic Budweiser spots that live on still to this day. But they’ve made a change and have become far more emotional over the last half decade.

Try to watch these and not have a tear roll down your cheek…

2014 Super Bowl Advertisement          “Puppy Love”

Budweiser, their famous Clydesdale horses and a very adorable puppy claimed the top prize of Super Bowl XLVIII  according to a variety of metrics. Watch the special friendship between the Clydesdales and a puppy here.

2013 Super Bowl Advertisement   “Brotherhood”

Grab the tissues for this minute long tear jerker of a commercial. It features a man raising a cute-as-hell little foul that grows up and eventually takes its’ place amongst the famous Budweiser lineup of Clydesdales.

It’s one of their very best ads and was the Top spot of the 2013 Super Bowl as voted on by USA Today. Seriously….be prepared to cry. The song by Fleetwood Mac is a perfect choice too.

2011 Super Bowl Advertisement   “Clydesdales 9/11 Tribute”

One of the favorite Super Bowl Commercials of all time. Budweiser’s 9/11 tribute featuring their iconic Clydesdales passing the Statue of Liberty, crossing the Brooklyn Bridge, and finally pausing and bowing in a park overlooking the New York City skyline, without the twin World Trade Center Towers – which were destroyed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. This big game ad was broadcast in 2011 in honor of the 10th year anniversary remembrance of the September 11 attacks.

Watch the Heartwarming 9/11 tribute by Budweiser here

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