Busch is offering a year of free beer to couples with weddings delayed by coronavirus

The coronavirus has impacted all of our lives in so many ways. For one, it’s put a halt on parties—obviously, as it’s pretty hard when everyone’s staying at home and people need to stay six feet apart.

That unfortunately means no graduation parties, birthdays, etc. But it’s most frustrating for people who were set to be married.


Weddings take months and even years of planning, and for so many couples that all went out the window thanks to COVID-19.

If you’re one of those unlucky couples, we have good news for you: you can get a year’s worth of free beer. Now that’s true love!

It’s thanks to a new sweepstakes by Busch, who is giving out a year of free beer to 250 couples.

“Your wedding plans may be on ice for the time being, but we wanna give you a wedding gift of ice-cold Busch,” a tweet reads. Bet you didn’t have that on your registry.


To enter, you need to tweet about how you’ll celebrate your postponed big day, along with the hashtags #BuschWeddingGift and #Sweepstakes.

It’s the latest promotion by Busch, who are seemingly trying to become the official beer of the coronavirus quarantine by giving away big supplies of beer: they recently offered three months of Busch to people who took in shelter dogs.

Getting a year of free beer and not having to get married sounds like a win-win for many people, so be sure to enter or share this with the soon-to-be-weds in your life.