Busch Beer Partners With American Farmers To Give Couples Their Dream Barn Wedding (And All The Beer They Can Drink)

A field with a barn and a white picket fence in a field

Weddings are a great time, if you make it a great time.

You grind through the ceremony, maybe shed a tear or two for your best friend or family member who’s about to marry the love of their life, and then the real fun begins: the reception.

Whether it’s grabbing some drinks at the open bar, or utilizing that flask full of liquor that you’ve been hiding in your coat pocket before you hit the dance floor with your buddies, there’s always some great memories to be had.

In 2019, Busch Beer began offering the ultimate wedding experience, but had to change things up in 2020 due to the pandemic, and had to settle for giving couples beer for a year who had initially signed up for the wedding experience.

However, this year, Busch is ready to get things rolling again in the wedding scene, and is offering wedding venues to couples who are having a hard time finding venues due to COVID-19 safety concerns.

Working with America’s most trusted farmers who grow the signature grains that make Busch what it is today, the company will be converting some of the most scenic farmland known to man into amazing outdoor wedding venues for the month of July. After many long searches, they’ve found locations in Idaho and North Dakota.

Busch is offering the venues to three couples, while the company will pay for the venue as well provide the cash to guarantee an incredible wedding day. This also includes a wedding planner, and covering the cost of catering and entertainment. Not to mention all the Busch Beer you can drink.

All couples who are interested need to share on social media how “Busch Beer brings them and their partner together,” and using the hashtags #BuschFarmWedding and #Contest.

Not gonna lie, an all expenses paid wedding from Busch Beer? On a farm? You can’t draw it up any better than that.

Maybe this is what Tim McGraw meant when he said “We’re just country boys and girls gettin’ down on the farm.”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock