Hospitality House of Blues

January 26, 2009 by
Filed under: Save Busch Gardens 


Well, I went to Busch Gardens Sunday for the last time. I drank my last few Anheuser Busch, OOPS… I mean InBev products that will ever pass down my throat. Yup, the end of an era. The end of a tradition. The end of it all for Busch Gardens. We are going to Seaworld next week to say our goodbyes there as well. Yeah, if I visit the hospitality house there, which is still open for a couple weeks, I may partake in a sample or four. Then, that will be my last InBev products ever. Period.

The atmosphere at the Hospitality House was solemn. Everyone was talking about the issue. I talked to MANY people who are in fact banning InBev products from their life. There were several security guards standing around in the Hospitality House and more police presence that I had ever seen at the park. The park was really echoing with negative talk about InBev and the whole buyout in general. Many blame the Anheuser Busch executives.

I also found out that the animals will be gone by 2011.

Now it costs $70.00 to get in and there is no more free beer. All in attempt to make the park more family oriented. I guess the suits who made the decisions believe beer drinkers are not part of a family. Oh yeah, you can still spend $5 for a beer though!


Well, that’s it people… I honestly hope that InBev suffers great losses from this venture. IT IS UP TO ALL OF US TO MAKE IT CLEAR. When we dine out, I ask what beers they have on tap. Then, I add “beers that are not InBev products please”. The server usually smiles and does not know how to respond. When a place carries only InBev products, I leave, never to return. I also make it known why I left. I believe that gives them the option to correct the issue and regain our business.

So people, when you eat out, make it clear on your beer. No more InBev Products! Support your local brewery! Drink Locally!


So so long Busch Gardens and Sea World. This flip off is for you, InBev and all the products that we hope will suffer financial disasters.

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4 Responses to “Hospitality House of Blues”

  1. Jim on January 26th, 2009 10:49 am

    Post your comments here folks!

  2. tcb on March 11th, 2009 10:37 am

    It would be great if the Busch family bought the parks to display the families history and dedication to animals and preservation. They could get licensing rights from InBev and sell cold beers. Thats crazy right, the Busch family has to get licensing rights to sell Budweiser. I love the Williamsburg VA park and cant stand the thought of things changing there. I dont want these beautiful parks to turn into the generic crap of Six Flags. BGW and BGT have history and a sould and I hope that isnt taking away.

  3. Beerman on May 30th, 2009 10:54 am

    Yuengling has always been a favorite of mine and is the oldest brewery in the U.S.. The one good thing that could come out of this inbev takeover would be that REAL breweries and micro breweries will benefit.

    I have seen a change in the local eateries as well. Those who did not carry Yuengling, do now. When I ask the owners, they say Yuengling is beginning to catch up to bud sales. They usually add, “People are creatures of habit. Many people are un-aware of the ramifications of the buyout. They cry buy american while drinking foreign owned beers.”

    I tend to agree, people are just used to ordering a bud. But, when asked about their decision, then informed, then they try Yuengling, they usually switch. All activism aside, Yuengling does taste much better, is of better quality and costs the same.

  4. Me on February 11th, 2011 2:58 am

    Well it’s 2011 and the animals are all still there..

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