Anheuser-Busch InBev is a giant brewery company from Belgium. They most make beer, and they are very successful in it – so much so, about a third of the world’s beer production is coming from this company. They produce such brands as: Bud, Hoegaarden, Corona, and more worldwide.
The company was created in 2008 after a merger between InBev and Anheuser-Busch. In turn, InBev was created after a merger between two more companies. In short, it’s a giant conglomerate of beer-making corporations, which explains the sheer multitude of brands they possess.
The company’s logo consists of its full name (albeit still abbreviated) and a massive eagle emblem.
‘AB InBev’ (the writing part) is the official abbreviated version of their full name. ‘AB’ stands for Anheuser-Busch, and this part has a slightly different style – two red, capital letters jointed by a curved line in the middle. The rest of this inscription is colored dark brown. That’s a very similar font, although they don’t just use uppercase there.
The eagle depicted above the last few letters is taken from the former AB logo. AB is an American company, and they had a bald eagle as part of their logo.
The eagle taken from the former AB logo had a naturally brown plumage and was rather still on the emblem. By comparison, the one illustrated here is mid-flight and, notably, covered in Belgian colored. The tail is black, the body is yellow and the wings are red. It’s a pleasant fusion of national symbols.