Brewers often choose for their mascot horse, but the American Budweiser brewery got himself two mascot – horses Clydesdale breed and dogs-Dalmatians.
Two carts, in which were harnessed six horses to each, were donated by the brewery in 1933 to celebrate the repeal of prohibition. One of these wagons brought the first legally brewed beer in the White house for President Franklin Roosevelt.
Double-horse Budweiser participated in the inauguration ceremony of presidents of the USA – in 1949 (Harry Truman) and in 1993 (bill Clinton). In 1950, Clydesdales joined dogs. Dalmatians have traditionally been used in the United States for the protection of wagons with cargo.