In an effort to help with the devastating storms and floods in nearby Oklahoma and Texas, Anheuser-Busch has halted beer production in its Georgia brewery to help the American Red Cross. Texas and Georgia have been ravaged by storms, floods, and massive amounts of damage in the past few weeks, which has left many without clean drinking water. To do their part, and help their neighbors, Anheuser-Busch halted beer production late Wednesday to concentrate on canning water for those effected by the storms. Brian Torchin is impressed to learn that the brewery plans to produce 50,000 cans of clean drinking water. It’s important to note the Georgia brewery does this at least a few times a year. When the American Red Cross asks for assistance, Anheuser-Busch is happy to help. The brewery has 12 locations across the country, and produces several types of popular adult beverages including Michelob ULTRA, Budweiser, and O’Doul’s.