Billy Busch Sr Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, The Busch Family Brewed
Billy Busch Sr Biography
Billy Busch Sr is an American businessman and reality TV personality who is the head of the family on the new MTV series, The Busch Family Brewed.
His great grandfather was the founder of one of America’s most iconic beer companies.
Billy Busch Sr Age
Busch Sr’s date and year of birth are not yet known. His age is therefore still unknown. His age will be provided as soon as it is available.
Billy Busch Sr Family
Busch Sr belongs to the famous Busch family which is known for its beer business company Anheuser-Busch. The company was founded by Busch’s great grandfather Adolphus Busch together with Adolphus Busch.
Billy Busch Sr Wife
Busch Sr is married to his wife, Christina Busch. It is not clear when the couple got married or even started dating. His wife also appears on their reality show Busch Family Brewed on MTV. The couple has seven children together.
Billy Busch Sr Children
Busch Sr, together with his wife Christi have seven children together. Their names are Billy Junior, Haley, Abby, Gussie, Grace, Maddie, and Peter.
Billy Busch Sr Net Worth
Busch Sr’s exact net worth is not available. He is however among the heirs to the $13.4 billion Anheuser-Busch beer fortune. We will provide the exact figure of his net worth as soon as it is available.
Billy Busch Sr The Busch Family Brewed
Busch Sr together with his wife and children are cast members on the MTV reality show, The Busch Family Brewed. The show follows the family as they navigate through their family legacy, new endeavors, and relationship dramas.
Billy Busch Sr William K Busch Brewing
In 2011, Busch Sr started his own brewing company known as William K Busch Brewing. The company manufactured Kraftig and Kraftig Light beers. They later announced that they would be shutting down in 2019.
Speaking about the idea of starting the brewing company and its eventual shutdown, Busch Sr. said, “But I still think it was a good plan.
“We wanted to make a higher-quality product that would still appeal to a large market, and we priced it accordingly, at a premium lager price rather than the craft price. Problem was, it was a volume-based model and we never got to that volume.
“Don’t count us out. This business is in my blood. We’re already considering new avenues. Stay tuned.”