So what will change? Essentially, the move from InBev's perspective is to position the brand as a global brewing superpower -- particularly in the growing African and Asian markets. InBev will take over brands like Peroni, Pilsner Urquell, and Aguila and other "local" brands across the country and the world.
Bottom line: AB InBev owns a metric shit ton of the world's beer right now, but it isn't controlling sale of Miller or Coors in the US. And no, there won't be any Bud High Life, Miller Bud Lime, Blue Moon Coors Shandy Infusions, or Corona Ultra spiked with Coors. It's just a beer-industry money shift, but your suds will be pretty much the same.
Wil Fulton is a Staff Writer for Thrillist. He would love a Corona Ultra spiked with Coors. Follow him @wilfulton