Old Bud’s House

One passion is just as good as another, or put another way, “there’s no such thing as a bad passion”, just as there’s no such thing as a pointless job. It must have taken a very loyal fan of the famous Budweiser to choose, over almost 20 years, to “wallpaper” the interior of his house, including the ceilings, entirely in the brand’s empty cans.

It’s an original work of art which, following the death of its beer-loving owner, has been sold at auction. Budweiser has stated its wish to offer the new owners a fridge permanently stocked with Budweiser if they will agree to keep the decor as it is.

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