This Budweiser shirt embodies one controversial concept: macro brews > microbrews. There's something special about drinking a beer with a rich history. A beer made by men and women that were raised before the Internet era and walked to school in 95-degree weather while it snowed simultaneously. A beer company that's not run by 30-year-old yuppies who love triple IPAs. A beer company that's marketed as American, but produces most of its beer in Europe.
That's beside the point, though. This black eagle shirt represents freedom. Freedom to drink. A lot.