Of Course They Should Have a Bow Tie-Shaped Can, They're the 'King of Beers'
The bow tie can — which mirrors the shape of Budweiser's logo — "has been under development since 2010, with significant investments required at both the can-making and packaging facilities around the country. Making the can itself is a 16-step process, 10 being required to shape the lower half and then an additional 6 to finish off the top half."
Anybody else think Bud has their priorities jumbled? Invest in the beer, not the can, man. (Although the ease in which this bad boy can be crushed against a forehead is probably extremely high, which may be the market they're seeking.)