Bud Light boycott, the latest coming from a baseball game in Columbia, South Carolina.Bud Light has been subjected to two months' worth of backlash after they entered a brief collaboration with the transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
As a result, people from Kid Rock to Jordan Peterson have called on consumers to ditch the brand, leading to a loss in profits for parent company Anheuser-Busch InBev.There have been multiple examples, through viral images and videos, of the Bud Light boycott in action, with eyewitness accounts detailing how the beers are being left on store shelves, at bars and kiosks, in favor of other brands.The latest example shows Coors Light, owned by the Coors Brewing Company, apparently benefitting from Bud Light's woes.The Twitter user @anationofone shared two images that seemed to show the stark contrast in popularity of the two beers."Columbia, SC Baseball Regional this weekend.
Coors Light/Miller Lite line vs Bud Light/AB line," the user wrote. The first image shows no one in line at a Bud Lite branded stand, where the vendor stands alone.
The second image shows at least 16 people in line for the stand with Coors Lite branding.Columbia, SC Baseball Regional this weekend.