Goodness, whatever will they drink now?
Conservatives sure showed Bud Light when they vowed to boycott the brand after its collaboration with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
But now they're after another big-name brew for being too "woke."
Some conservatives are absolutely livid after Miller Lite ran an ad during Women's History Month celebrating women and their role in the beer industry.
The Miller Lite ad featuring Broad City star Ilana Glazer called out the brand's old ads that featuring women in bikinis and the likes and vowed to collect ads and posters that objectified women to turn into fertilizer that would then be given to female hops farmers.
Glazer began the ad with a little history of how women were some of the first brewers of beer.
She then said:
"How did the industry pay homage to the founding mothers of beer?"
"They put us in bikinis."
Glazer then explained Miller Lite's process of repurposing the sexist ads.
"First, we turn the bad sh*t into compost, then we feed compost to worms who sh*t out beautiful fertilizer."
"That good sh*t helps farmers grow quality hops."
The ad finished with Glazer saying:
“Miller Lite is on a mission not only clean up their sh*t, but the whole beer industry’s sh*t.”
You can watch the full ad below.
Ilana Glazer x Miller Lite | Bad $#!T to Good $#!Tyoutu.be
Well, the ad from the company that recognized its role in objectifying women to sell their product and vowed to make a change is being called "too woke" by conservatives.
Interestingly enough, many think the ad was in response to Bud Light's partnership with Mulvaney, but Miller Lite's ad actually came out a couple of weeks prior.
Radio host and author Clay Travis tweeted:
"Miller Lite saw the Bud Light disaster and decided they needed their own woke beer ad."
"These companies are broken & have no idea who actually consumes their products."
Other like-minded sexists expressed similar thoughts and publicly broke up with Miller-Lite.
Fortunately, there are many who see the value in the ad as well as the small-mindedness of the boycotters...
... but it is terribly alarming that an ad supporting women can so easily trigger and escalate hate in so many.