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Ultra Right Beer has been created in response to backlash over Bud Light's collaboration with trans-identified influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
Ultra Right Beer has been created in response to backlash over Bud Light's collaboration with trans-identified influencer Dylan Mulvaney. | Screenshot: YouTube/Freedom Speaks Up
1. Ultra Right Beer

Ultra Right Beer explicitly addressed Bud Light’s partnership with Mulvaney in its launch ad, which was published in the wake of outrage over Bud Light’s partnership with Mulvaney.

“America has been drinking beer from a company that doesn’t even know which restroom to use,” founder Seth Weathers, also known as Conservative Dad, lamented in the ad. As Weathers spoke, video footage of Mulvaney drinking Bud Light played in the background. “That’s why I created Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right 100% Woke-Free Beer,” he added.

Weathers elaborated on the rationale behind launching the new beer brand: “As conservatives, we’re constantly getting hit in the face left and right by the woke mind virus but the last place we want it is in our beer.”

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The ad concludes with him imploring Americans to “stop giving money to woke corporations that hate our values” and swinging a baseball bat at a can of Bud Light that explodes. He urged other large corporations to “stay the f--- away from our kids.”

A statement from Weathers outlined on the company’s website insists that “conservatives will no longer complain about big corporations, who use our money, to indoctrinate our children with their woke garbage.” Currently, a six-pack of Ultra Right Beer is available for $19.99. Customers can have an order shipped to their house in 30 days in all but eight states: Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Utah.

In addition to touting itself as “100% woke-free,” Ultra Right Beer notes that it is “100% made in America in Gwinnett County, Georgia.” Ultra Right Beer is also selling T-shirts, hats, beer mugs and sweatshirts.

Ryan Foley is a reporter for The Christian Post. He can be reached at: ryan.foley@christianpost.com

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