Bud Light has been desperate to repair its reputation, ruined by its fealty to the radical transgender and gay agenda, but it is beginning to look like it may become an extinct brand, especially if the two maps of America’s favorite beers is any indication.
The company’s lack of sales over the Fourth of July weekend placed yet another exclamation point on its failing campaign to stay alive. According to Outkick, Bud Light failed to claim even a one state over the July 4th holiday.
Outkick noted that two maps tell the tale of just how far and how quickly Bud Light has fallen.
In April, a PR agency ran a survey of America’s favorite beers. The resulting map showed that Bud Light was still a favorite in eight states.
Those states were North Dakota, Arkansas, Florida, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Virginia, and Delaware.
— Marc (@MeltzVegas) April 5, 2023
Another major Anheuser-Busch InBev beer was also on the list. Budweiser was listed as the favorite in Oregon, South Dakota, Nebraska, Texas, Missouri, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio, Georgia, North Carolina, New York, Maine, Maryland, and Rhode Island.
But a new map of the country on July 4th found a whole different picture and it shows that there has been quite a massive shift in beer sales.
This one shows neither Bud Light nor Budweiser.
July 4th Beer sales…. pic.twitter.com/4dWhWD7Ait
— Warner Todd Huston (@warnerthuston) July 6, 2023
Bottom line, this was the worst July 4th Bud Light has ever experienced… and a great Independence Day from the radical gay agenda.