A publicity stunt by Budweiser at the end of prohibition.
Unused / unissued material - no paperwork - dates unclear or unknown
New York, United States of America.
A wagon pulled by six dray horses draws up alongside the pavement in a busy New York street.
The Mayor of New York introduces Governor Al Smith to Mr Myers a representative of the brewers of Budweiser beer. The brewer presents the Governor with the first crate of beer to be delivered to the state after the end of prohibition. He makes a speech about what a good thing the end of prohibition is. He jokes about the case of beer being a bit small and reminds the brewer that he is around a lot and has lots of friends.