Budweiser’s Attempts to Go Woke Still Biting Them in the Butt

The past several days you may have noticed that Anheuser-Busch have been experiencing some backlash for teaming up with a fake woman as part of their latest promotional campaign for Bud Light.

The problem for the company seems to be showing no signs of slowing down, having first being ditched by top music stars including Kid Rock & Travis Tritt (among others).

It is now showing signs of spreading to the general population, with distributors now s***ting kittens at the level of annoyance from consumers fed up with companies jumping on the latest “woke” bandwagon. Continue reading “Budweiser’s Attempts to Go Woke Still Biting Them in the Butt”

The most popular beers aren’t necessarily the best

Ever since I first saw reviews for the Ford Escort Mk5, I started noticing that the most popular things aren’t necessarily the best things of their sort.

This also applies to beer, and was proved tonight in an article I spotted on the Daily Mail’s Facebook page showing a map of the world’s most popular beers that someone had knocked together.

Most of them appear to be of the sort that taste like tap water, and a beer taste so faint you’d need a scientific instrument as sensitive as the Large Hadron Collider in order to find it. Budweiser, Corona + Carling being among the lowest scorers on Ratebeer.com.

Here’s a small selection of beers I find WAY better…….
1) Robinson’s Old Tom

2) Theakston’s Old Peculier

3) Morland Old Speckled Hen

4) Wychwood Scarecrow / Circlemaster

5) Wychwood Black Wych

6) Fuller’s ESB

7) Black Sheep Ale

8) Marston’s Pedigree

9) Adnam’s Broadside

10) Samuel Adam’s Boston Lager

11) Leffe Brune