ALERT: If You Drink BUDWEISER Beer- STOP NOW! Here’s The Shocking Report Authorities Just Released


Before you crack open that ice cold can of Budweiser you will want to see this!

A video of counterfeit cans of Budweiser being produced in an underground factory in China has gone viral after being posted on social media.


The alarming video features footage of a room full of workers dipping punctured Budweiser cans into unknown sudsy contents of what is presumably cheap beer, The Daily Meal reports.

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Later in the video, the fraudulent beers are pictured being resealed in what looks like an underground factory, and then in a later clip, the cans are packaged and ready to be shipped. At the end of the video, agents of China’s Trade and Industry Bureau are seen arriving at the facility for an inspection.


The factory was producing up to 600,000 cans of the bootlegged beer a month, which were then distributed to restaurants, bars and nightclubs, according to Shanghaiist.


The Daily Meal contacted Anheuser-Busch, which owns Budweiser. A representative released the following statement:


“Every drop of Budweiser consumed in America is brewed in America at one of our 12 U.S. breweries. The video that has been circulating on some social networks is from a small-scale counterfeit operator in China. We have been working with local authorities to shut it down immediately. Budweiser takes great care in every detail of its product and packaging. Cheap counterfeits have telltale signs that they are fakes such as imperfect seals, improper date coding, product name and text that have errors, and poor quality packaging and graphics.”

The factory in Dongguan was busted by authorities on May 5 and shut down.

Anheuser-Busch currently has 14 breweries in China.


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