Strike Watch at Anheuser-Busch

Updated: With a strike brewing, the Teamsters and Anheuser-Busch reached a tentative agreement on a new contract on Wednesday, February 28. 

Photo: International Brotherhood of Teamsters

Teamsters at 12 breweries across the US, who bring in $58 million a year for the company, are fighting for job security, higher wages, better retirement benefits, and to win back union work.

The International Union doubled strike benefits for Anheuser-Busch Teamsters. Members have organized “practice picketing” across the country to show Budweiser they are ready to strike. 

Molson-Coors Teamsters in Fort Worth, TX also walked off the job in mid-February after the company failed to bargain a fair contract. Molson-Coors offered less than $1 in new wages after six straight years of ballooning profits.

Under new leadership, Teamsters are using practice picketing and the strike weapon to win strong contracts. 

Show Your Solidarity

Find a brewery near you and make a plan with your coworkers to visit the picket line if Anheuser-Busch Teamsters are forced to strike. 

Email picket line photos to [email protected] and we’ll post them on our Facebook, Twitter, and our website. 

Let’s show Anheuser-Busch that when you mess with one of us, you mess with all of us.

Get Advice Join TDU Donate

Recent News

UPS Operating Profits For First Quarter: $1.7 Billion

Today, UPS released its first quarter earnings report. The company made $1.7 billion in profit for the first quarter. Profitability beat expectations.

Albertsons Teamsters Ratify Strong Contract

Last year, Local 771 members elected new local leaders on a program of building union power by involving members. Now nearly 500 grocery Teamsters at Albertsons have won a new contract that includes record wage increases and benefit improvements.

View More News Posts