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The First Great Super Bowl Ad of 2014 Has Arrived, And It's a Sequel

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | January 29, 2014 | Comments ()


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You might recall last year’s Super Bowl ad , “Brotherhood,” in which a Clydesdale was touchingly reunited with its trainer. This year’s Budweiser spot, which debuted this morning on NBC’s Today, is a spiritual sequel, of sorts, sees a 10-week-old puppy make friends with a Clydesdale and the very same trainer.

Those Budweiser folks make sh*t beer, but they know how to hit all the right buttons when it comes to Super Bowl spots.

(via Adweek)




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  • What the eff has this to do with beer?

  • meadowdancer

    LMAO absolutely nothing. At the end of their commercials I always go soooo beer? Beer anywhere? Nope okay then.

  • The ad is shot beautifully and emotional, but I just don't get it. Much better example of an awesome emotional beer ad:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

  • e jerry powell

    SUPERB OWL.

  • chanohack

    Ironically, this ad makes me feel like I might not ever have to drink again, because of all the innocence and adorableness in the world.

  • "Those Budweiser folks make sh*t beer, but they know how to hit all the right buttons when it comes to Super Bowl spots."

    They spend their money on marketing and ad campaigns, not quality product. Where they spend their money says all we need to know about their values.

    And dammit, I watched it and puppies make all the sense in the world.

  • JFD108

    Muddy Puppy!

  • Laura

    Yeah, so thanks for that, bawling my eyes out at work now.

  • BendinIntheWind

    Nope. Not going to watch it. That still alone is a giant flashing neon sign saying "BEWARE: TEARS AHEAD"

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