BREAKING: Popular Restaurant Bans Bud Light, Removes It From Menu

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Multiple wildly popular restaurants are banning Bud Light and other Anheuser-Busch products after the company went “woke.”

In Nashville, the Redneck Riviera owned by country music star John Rich has officially removed Bud Light.

In Florida, another popular restaurant called “Grills Seafood Deck and Tiki Bar” also banned Bud Light.

Grills Seafood Deck and Tiki Bar has multiple locations in Orland and Melbourne.

Restaurant owner Joe Penovich said, “We believe transgenderism is a social experiment causing irreversible damage to a growing population of younger and younger children.”

“We will not align with it in any way,” he added.

The widespread outrage and boycotts against Bud Light were sparked by its recent partnership with controversial trans activist Dylan Mulvaney.

Bud Light produced beer cans featuring Mulvaney’s face to celebrate “365 days of girlhood,” which marks Mulvaney’s gender transition from male to female.

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“It is true we made the decision to remove Bud Light because of their support of something that is in direct opposition to our Biblical faith,” Penovich wrote.

“There is no judgement in our heart concerning those who believe in these rapidly changing social values.”

“But there is a lie being levied that we and other Christians hate Dylan Mulvaney and the gay community. Nothing could be further from the truth in our hearts and minds. Our decision was made with many tears for this circumstance and what we see as corporate greed and a deeper spiritual reality coming upon this world.”

“We are prayerfully asking God how to separate from corporations such as Anheuser-Bush that are promoting and attempting to profit from this experiment. A letter written to their corporate headquarters that outlines our decisions to date will be made available to the public.”

Since the 1980s, the brand was one of “the most successful marketing organizations on the planet” alongside the NFL. Specifically, the company produced the “hilarious “Real Men of Genius” ad campaign of the late 1990s.

However, Bud Light executive Alissa Gordon Heinerscheid argued that the image of the company was too “fratty” as the company ushered in transgender social media influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

The boycotts against Bud Light’s parent company Anheuser-Busch are gaining momentum as the company lost over $5 billion in market cap value and distributors are reportedly “spooked” and placing fewer orders.

This is undoubtedly terrible news for the company. In the publication Beer Business Daily, which charges an $890 annual fee for readers, distributors said some markets are in panic mode.

The popular publication Beer Business Daily says Anheuser-Busch distributors are “spooked.”

“There’s an expected slump in sales in areas of the country where Bud Light is usually more popular,” the publication said.

Particularly in the Heartland and the South, distributors are ordering less volume of their brands.