When a company releases a commercial, it must capture people’s attention and be memorable. In my opinion, commercials featuring the Budweiser Clydesdales are some of the most effective. The Super Bowl, one of the most popular championship games in the US, attracts viewers from all over the world, making it an ideal platform to showcase the beauty and grandeur of Clydesdales and raise their popularity. It’s possible that they are one of the top five most renowned horse breeds globally.
The following video, a 2005 Budweiser commercial, is incredibly amusing. It showcases a group of Clydesdales frolicking in the snow and having a good time. When it starts snowing, one of the first things that comes to mind is a snowball fight, and I couldn’t stop laughing as these charming horses engaged in one.
It’s been ages since I’ve laughed so hard, especially when the enormous Clydesdale horse approaches the tree and comes to a halt. When he nudges the tree to make the snow fall on his companions, I almost burst into tears from laughter. While there’s no denying that there’s a lot of CGI involved, this has to be one of Budweiser’s top commercials (although it’s undoubtedly challenging to pick just one).
Anheuser-Busch, the brewing company, claims to possess roughly 250 Clydesdales. They believe that “the Clydesdales remain a lasting representation of the brewer’s legacy, customs, and dedication to excellence.”
What is your opinion on Budweiser’s Clydesdales commercial?