Wow, this place has stagnated let’s bump that activity up. The official Bud Light thread.
Anybody deliberately avoiding Bud Light since the whole Dylan Mulvaney production? What’s you stance and thoughts.
You can take away our freedom and liberty, you can burn down our cities, you can ban us from banking, you can hunt us all down like dogs and we don’t say shit. You fuck with our alcohol, now that’s WAR! Nothing is more American than that!
Bud Light is shit. It’s terrible beer, but it was a national icon. Now it’s a national disgrace, nobody wants to be seen drinking Bud Light, save for activists. I don’t know if the brand can be saved. I don’t think there are enough pinko-commie, blue and pink haired having, cis-multi-gendered, easily offended, snow-flake, cross-dressing, baby killing freaks to support the brand. It’s become taboo, anathema to be seen drinking Bud Light. It’s hillarious…
How to kill a legendary brand in two weeks, that idiot bitch who made that ad decision should get an award for the death of a legacy brand in record time.
Let me tell you why this boycott is different:
They fucked with our alcohol.
Bud Light is shitty beer.
Lots of choices for cheap shitty beer.
It’s super easy to do.
Lots of other options.
If this is the hill conservatives want to die on, I am ready to die with them. It’s time to put an end of this woke shit. We have had enough.
Now for a poll:
Are you boycotting Anheiser-Busch especially Bud Light?
Dude, everybody hates your guts, why don’t you go please away, finally.
I live under a rock.
Does anybody still trust the Mainstream Media at this point? After all the absolutely transparent lies they have told over the past 5-6 years, I do not see how a grown, well reasoned thinking adult can trust anything the press says.
So for my second poll:
Do you still trust the legacy corporate media to be honest and tell the truth?
Most of the time still, they get most things right and people make mistakes
Brian Stelter is a sex god!
I expect them to at least get the headlines right.
After bearing about their campaign of incessant virtue signalling I have decided to explicitly avoid bud light during future visits to America. Go woke… go broke… that’s the only way companies will (eventually) learn.
Last time I went to America I was 18. That meant taking Rum from my friends moms liquor cabinet when she wasn’t around. Keep in mind legal drinking age in Aus is 18
And people generally start at 15-16 here.
Isn’t bud LIGHT like half a beer in a beer? Light usually means like half the alcohol content… does this entail half of the caloric intake?
I ask because if caloric intake is the same… and alcohol content is lower… and you drink it for the taste… why not buy non alcoholic beer?
It is difficult to boycott what you don’t buy. So there’s that.
I do have a suggestion for Anheuser-Busch to demonstrate their consideration to their core beer drinkers. Place their Clydesdale horses in the penalty box (stables). Now bring William Tell Coleman’s 20 mule team out of retirement.
Instead of the Clydesdale horses proudly pulling the Anheuser-Busch beer wagon, the Borax 20 mule team would humbly pull the Anheuser-Busch beer wagon making a complete tour throughout the USA.
Until this is done, if I were a beer drinker, I would not drink another Anheuser-Busch product.
I’ve been boycotting Budweiser since those terrible ad campaigns of the 1990’s where all of the idiots in high school were running around saying “whassssaaaaaapppp???” in the most obnoxious voice possible.
Otherwise it’s great to see woke ideas crash and burn in spectacular fashion. The only people I’m sorry for are the workers at Budweiser who may lose out by their brand joining team Trans The Kids.
when I moved from the EU (i lived in a bunch of placed) and tried bud-shite I was like who the fuck can drink this piss. (same btw for herschey’s chocolate).
so i don’t understand the boycott in a sense that no normal human being could potentially drink this in the first place?
We have many outstanding breweries now. Back in the 1990’s this wasn’t the case.
Drinking beer in 1990’s Germany is what got me to like beer in the first place. However, the Reinheitsgebot (very old German purity law) is actually a handicap for craft beer brewing that modern American brewers don’t have to abide by.
Modern American brewing is actually a lot like what I observed in Germany in the 90’s, where each little town had it’s own local brewery, with most larger cities having many local breweries.
One really big difference is there weren’t any lying tranny communists on the beer packaging in 1990’s Germany.
I haven’t drank beer in 15 years, but if I did it wouldn’t be an AB InBev product. I haven’t used Gillette products either since their toxic masculinity commercial I don’t know how many years ago. If I spend money on your products, I expect to be treated with respect. Companies thumb that their nose at their customers in order to appeal to people who don’t even buy their products is bizarre.
I never bought any bud light, and there is no way I will buy any of it or any Anheuser Busch beer in the future now. Who cares. What is important is the bigger picture actually.
This is part of a bigger agenda, and this agenda is dangerous for the future well being and happiness of influencable kids. They are under attack in many ways that they didnt use to be before. We see that they will not be defended by the majority of spineless people with no critical mind (who will not even defend themselves) and by the vast majority of teachers, health professionals and politicians and even by their parents when facing a little bit of pressure by these institutions.
I reckon it’ll die out over the next 5 years or so following mounting backlash.
My hope is that we don’t swing too far in the other direction (one extreme to another). We’ve tried the opposing extreme… That didn’t work… Now a new extreme has come to fruition that doesn’t work either…