Budweiser's Super Bowl commercials are arguably more anticipated than the game itself. But you don't have to wait until Game Day to see this year's ad, which (of course) stars the brand's iconic Clydesdales. If that wasn't enough, the commercial also co-stars an adorable dog: April the Dalmation.
Titled "Wind Never Felt Better," the commercial opens with April the dog riding atop a wagon being pulled by the Clydesdales while Bob Dylan's 1962 song "Blowin' in the Wind" plays. As the camera pans out, we see the beer brand's beloved mascots are riding through a wind farm.
The ad showcases Budweiser's use of renewable electricity from wind power to brew their product. USA Today reports that the company has a wind farm on a ranch in Oklahoma. Budweiser is also donating clean energy to Atlanta for the week of the Super Bowl.
"It's more than just beer," Angie Slaughter, Anheuser-Busch's vice president of sustainability, told USA Today. "This commercial is for everyone. It's something we should be thinking about every day."
Clydesdale horses have been appearing in Budweiser ads for over 30 years. The horses first became associated with the brand in 1933, when the children of Adolphus Busch gave him the horses to celebrate the repeal of Prohibition.
The Super Bowl will be held on Feb. 3 at the Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta, Ga. The New England Patriots will face off against the Los Angeles Rams.