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Topic: Newcastle Brown Ale

The Best Ad of 2014 Was Brilliant and Subversive, and It Wasn't Even Real Inside Newcastle and Droga5's ambushing of the Super Bowl

Technically speaking, the best ad of 2014 didn’t exist. Just ask Anna Kendrick. Last January, millions of viewers watched the Academy Award nominee deliver a two-minute, profanity-laden rant that took Newcastle…

November 30, 2014, 11:00 PM EST

Adweek's Top 5 Commercials of the Week: June 20-27 Girls rule, and so do the Brits. Vote for your favorite spot

Like the spread of any good Fourth of July barbecue, this week's collection of best ads brings together a delicious mix of salty and sweet, with a side dish of…

June 27, 2014, 8:34 AM EDT

You Need More Than Great Ads to Win at Cannes Agencies get quirky in their video entries

Some recent case-study videos have become just as creative—sometimes more so—than the campaigns they tout. As award show entry numbers swell—the Cannes Lions festival got 37,427 submissions this year, up…

June 9, 2014, 9:54 PM EDT

H&R Block Supplants Super Bowl Spot With a Ton of YouTube Ads Will dominate preroll on Sunday

Even though it's Super Bowl weekend, it's still tax season. Thus, H&R Block has purchased YouTube preroll ads that will run against every big-game spot that's repurposed on the social…

January 31, 2014, 5:02 PM EST

Newcastle Brown Ale Gets Even More Honest Droga5 pairs candid one-liners with still photos in latest 'No Bollocks' ads

IDEA: Most brands are liars—fabulists, fabricators, tellers of half-truths and falsehoods, terrified of disclosing their real agenda (to take your money). In beer ads, the lies are legendary. The beer…

April 1, 2013, 10:58 PM EDT

Ad of the Day: Newcastle Brown Ale Drinker looks on the bright side in darkly comic spot

You can often work out the geographical origin of any beer commercial pretty accurately. Frat boy humor tends to place it firmly in North America. Grand, comedic enterprises tend to…

April 25, 2011, 1:22 PM EDT

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