Budweiser is changing its name to ‘America’ this summer. 

The US-founded beer firm, now headquartered in Brazil and Belgium, filed a request for the new moniker on Tuesday.

Its application included proposed new labels, complete with ‘land of the free’ and ‘home of the brave’ etched in silver calligraphic writing. 

Above ‘America’, there is an emblem with the words ‘US’ and ‘United States of America’.  

Beneath, stamped letters read: ‘Liberty and Justice for All’, ‘Indivisible Since 1776’, and ‘this land was made for you’.
The motto ‘king of beers’ would be changed to America’s motto ‘E Pluribus Unum’, meaning ‘out of many, one’.

It is topped off with the first four lines of the American national anthem, The Star Spangled Banner. 

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