What is an American made beer that makes the best sponsor for NASCAR?

Asked By: fluffy - 7/12/2009
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Boston Beer Company, who makes Sam Adams, is still American, and is now the largest American brewer. Molson Coors Brewing is a Canadian-American company. They make Coors, Blue Moon, Killian's Irish Red and Keystone. Pabst Brewing Company is also American. They provide Pabst Blue Ribbon, Shlitz, and Old Milwaukee... More
Answered By: hemifury - 7/12/2009
Additional Answers (13)
Answered By: Gurneet - 7/12/2009
Hey, I like the original ones that NASCAR had - Busch and Budweiser. The NASCAR Busch Series The Budweiser Pole Ryan9
Answered By: ryan9 - 7/12/2009
Coors Light GO 24!!!!
Answered By: Jeff Gordon's # 1 Fan - 7/12/2009
Budweiser is the best one!
Answered By: Sick Boy - 7/12/2009
budweiser isn't american owned though it may still be brewed in america. it's owned by a belgium company. ye gads, isn't that like bringing toyota into 'an american sport'? better go with samuel adams
Answered By: buck toothed asian - 7/12/2009
I agree with Asian--Samuel Adams it is!
Answered By: kisstheboys - 7/12/2009
Ummm I would say the obvious BUDWEISER!
Answered By: 9BudweiserRacing9 - 7/12/2009
Budweiser. . . oh wait they're sellouts it's Belgian now
Answered By: football chick - 7/12/2009
Coors is the only beer that is still made here in the good ole U.S.A. that I know of.
Answered By: losted - 7/12/2009
Well since Anheuser-Busch was the last major American company to sell out (the only reason they did was because InBev had bought so much of their stock that they could have done a corporate takeover w/o paying AB any money at all if they wanted to, but they didn't want to alienate American consumers so they paid... More
Answered By: Geek Chic - 7/12/2009
Budweiser! At least that is who I associate with NASCAR. Geek Chic is right, Anheuser Busch didn't have much of a choice in being bought out, and the breweries are still here in America.
Answered By: dogbert03 - 7/12/2009
Coors Light sponsors the pole awards!
Answered By: RichardT - 7/12/2009
Colt 45
Answered By: J.b. - 7/12/2009
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