(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In the wake of its transgender publicity stunt, Bud Light is so desperate that it is trying to give its beer away for free.
But beer drinkers are so opposed to the woke corporation’s mediocre beer that they no longer even want it for free, The Federalist reported.
Several stores in Wisconsin were attempting to unload some of their old product by offering 20 packs of Bud Light for free with $15 vouchers.
Displays seen in two different stores in Wisconsin, a state known for drinking a lot of beer: pic.twitter.com/x3vMD4Tp1r
— Haz (@Michael_Haz) May 24, 2023
Meijer stores in Michigan are also attempting to sell 24-packs of Bud Light for a mere $3.49.
This is Meijer stores in Michigan. $3.49 for a case of beer.
When I was a teenager in the early 80s a 6 pack of beer cost $3.49 pic.twitter.com/RFK9vc4lFs
— Dan D. Lion (@DanDLio50048934) May 24, 2023
Bud Light sales have tanked dramatically since the infamous transgender Dylan Mulvaney video was released.
The company has also attempted by way of pitiful rearguard action to market its way back into the good graces of beer drinkers.
Last month, Anheuser-Busch executives told U.S. beer distributors at a closed-door meeting in Washington, D.C., that they will “spend heavily on the brand after spending fell off a cliff last year.”
Part of the solution appears to be rebranding the cans with over-the-top patriotic designs so as to trick people into thinking that they were not the ones celebrating transgenderism.
Bud Light and Budweiser to launch new temporary Camo beer bottles to try and appease conservative consumers in the wake of the brands sales slump from the ongoing boycott. 📉
🧾The brand has seen a -23.6% drop in sales vs last year (week ending May 6th).
The new bottle will… pic.twitter.com/9Icw7MZJhN
— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) May 17, 2023
The corporation has also tried to hire Republican lobbyists to woe their usual constituents back into buying beer from the woke brand.
Despite their attempts to save face, however, American beer drinkers have clearly caught on to the fraudulence that characterizes Bud Light and its parent company, AB InBev, from the top down.
Some recently noted, for example, that AB InBev works closely with the far-left World Economic Forum, pushing globalist guidelines for environmental, social and governance investing, as well as woke diversity, equity and inclusion policies.
“One might think that Bud Light could just apologize and admit that men aren’t women. But no matter how much Bud Light and parent company AB InBev might wish to rein in the radicalism, they can’t abandon the agenda,” noted podcast host Michael Knowles in a recent Twitter thread.
“They’re mired in World Economic Forum/ESG gobbledygook.”