One Iowan was so offended by the ad, she poured corn syrup into her Bud Light. Those ads transported us back to a Medieval kingdom, in which the surest sign of adoration and praise of the monarchy was (you guessed it) the offering of Bud Light. They set out to the Miller Lite castle to see if it is theirs - but alas they already have their delivery of corn syrup.
"Well, well, well", the Coors Light brewers eventually say, "It looks like the corn syrup as come home to be brewed".
Other journalists in the commercial include freelance reporter Austin Tice, who has been missing in Syria for more than six years, and Marie Colvin, a U.S. correspondent for the Sunday Times in London who was killed in 2012 by Syrian forces while reporting in Homs.
As of halftime, Bud Light had yet to respond to being called out by National Corn.
As chance would have it, that's what happened.
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"Sugar is sugar. Corns syrup is safe". "It led viewers to believe that corn was a bad product". Both Miller and Coors use it in their beers, while Bud Light uses rice. "Thanks @MillerLightand @CoorsLite for supporting our industry". "Bud Light felt like a natural fit, and they jumped at the opportunity".
High-fructose corn syrup is commonly used as a sweetener in sodas and other flavored drinks. Interestingly, none of our products use High Fructose Corn Syrup, yet several of ABI's do. The statement says it's up to consumers "to decide what beer is right for them".
Super Bowl commercials from Anheuser-Busch InBev SA's Bud Light may have just revived a national focus on corn syrup, an ingredient that has been blamed for its role in the national obesity epidemic. "Wind power's record-setting 2018 proves you really can have it all", Tom Kiernan, CEO of American Wind Energy Association, said in the release.