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Budweiser Promotes “Historically Inspired” Budweiser 1933 Repeal Brew with Car-Sharing Giant Lyft


Anheuser-Busch InBev today announced the launch of a new brew for Budweiser called the 1933 Repeal Reserve Amber Lager. The limited time release is meant to “celebrate the repeal of Prohibition” according to their press release.

According to Anheuser-Busch, “the recipe behind Repeal Reserve dates back to the pre-Prohibition era when Adolphus Busch created and brewed a special Amber Lager for his friends and local community to enjoy. Due to the onset of Prohibition in 1920, the beer didn’t have a chance to be distributed widely outside the St. Louis area… until now.”



New Marketing Push with Lyft
If you’re in NYC, you’re in luck. As part of the launch, the brand is bringing the Prohibition era to life by unveiling a fleet of antique cars in partnership with Lyft, Budweiser's preferred safe rides partner. On Wednesday, October 25, New Yorkers (21+) will have a chance to score the Bud Vintage Mode for a ride in an authentic, vintage car to experience the 1930's first-hand, between the hours of 3-7 pm ET by visiting www.lyft.com/BudVintageMode. During the specialized ride, passengers will cruise through the famous streets of New York, passing landmarks and neighborhoods that were integral to Prohibition, while learning about the newly released beer.

"When Budweiser told us they wanted to offer a fleet of vintage cars to launch Repeal Reserve, we knew Lyft was the perfect option to celebrate the new recipe in a stylish and unexpected way," said Melissa Waters, vice president of marketing, Lyft. "We encourage everyone to make the right choice to drink responsibly and keep our roads safe, and that's why we continue to team up with Budweiser, a brand that shares the same commitment."

From New York and beyond, fans can experience a taste of history with Budweiser as part of Repeal Reserve's full marketing campaign inclusive of new TV commercials, digital content and Clydesdales appearances. Budweiser is also partnering with Drizly to deliver a taste of history to beer drinkers across the country with a special code for $5.00 off their first purchase of 1933 Repeal Reserve, using the code Prohibition.

To score a ride in the Bud Vintage Mode with Lyft visit www.lyft.com/BudVintageMode.




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The #HillStreetChallenge represented the Company's first fully-integrated marketing campaign, and capitalized on a growing trend to go "dry" for the month of January. It was designed to build awareness of the Hill Street brand amongst Canadians, help people understand the benefits of going alcohol-free, and ultimately drive consideration of the company's alcohol-free products.

"We created the Hill Street Challenge as a way to highlight some benefits of going alcohol-free, but decided to do that in a slightly outrageous way so people would sit-up and take notice" said David Pullara, Chief Marketing Officer at Hill Street, referring to the irreverent videos created as part of the campaign. "We've been working hard over the past year to get people to understand that giving up alcohol doesn't mean giving up drinking or even having a good time, and the outstanding results of this campaign demonstrate our efforts are having an impact."

The Hill Street Challenge was supported using a number of creative elements; video ads, digital and performance marketing assets, and radio partnerships with Zoomer Media, Humble & Fred Radio, and WhatSheSaid Talk Radio were all used to drive awareness of the Challenge.

The Hill Street Challenge also involved a contest component where people were asked to use social media to help one of Hill Street's not-for-profit medical research partners -- either Arthritis Society or Prostate Cancer Canada -- earn a $10,000 donation, resulting in over 800 social media posts. At the end of the campaign, Prostate Cancer Canada earned the $10,000 donation, but a $2,500 donation was also awarded to Arthritis Society for their efforts. Prostate Cancer Canada President and CEO Peter Coleridge was quick to praise the initiative. "We're thrilled to win the Hill Street Challenge," he said. "The initiative raised awareness for two important diseases affecting Canadians – prostate cancer and arthritis. Hill Street Beverage Company is an incredible partner and the gift resulting from our challenge win will allow us to continue to help Canadian families facing this disease through research, support services and education tools."

The Hill Street Challenge generated over 6 million impressions across social media, and over 2.1 million people viewed the video content. The click-through rate from the videos to the Hill Street Challenge landing page was 1.45%, almost seven times the North American average of 0.21%.1 This drove an 8,400% increase in web traffic versus the 30-days prior to the campaign's launch, with the majority of traffic coming from first-time visitors.

Hill Street's marketing is designed to build the Hill Street brand in advance of October, when cannabis-edibles are expected to become legal in Canada. The Company plans to introduce its cannabis-infused beverages under the Hill Street name, leveraging awareness of its alcohol-free adult beverages. A survey conducted in early February of 1,582 Canadians indicated a 300% increase in awareness of "Hill Street" amongst adults, and a 450% increase amongst millennials, over the past eight months.

About Hill Street Beverage Company Inc.
Hill Street Beverage Company is the world's most award-winning company exclusively focused on alcohol-free beer, wine, and adult format beverages. Hill Street's great-tasting products include Hill Street Craft Brewed Lager, Designated Draft alcohol-free beer, Vin(Zero) wines, and Vintense wines, and have won numerous medals and accolades including three Gold, two Silver, and two Bronze Medals at the U.S. Open Beer Championships, the Retail Council of Canada's Grand Prix award, and a prestigious Double Gold Medal at the San Francisco International Wine Challenge. Hill Street will also produce and sell cannabis-infused adult beverages as soon as the sale of cannabis edibles becomes legal in Canada, expected to occur by October 17, 2019. Hill Street has licensed a patented infusion technology from Lexaria Bioscience that allows cannabis to be infused into a beverage such that it mimics the onset and duration effects of alcohol with minimal impact on the taste, smell, or shelf-stability of the product. Check out Hill Street's award-winning line-up and order product to be delivered straight to your home at www.hillstreetbeverages.com.

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