Bud Light Super Bowl Commercial 2019: 'Brewed with No Corn Syrup'

Bud Light Super Bowl Commercial 2019: 'Brewed with No Corn Syrup'

Anheuser-Busch confirmed they are in contact with the group and Caskey says his team is willing to hear them out.

One Iowa corn grower, farmer Kevin Ross, posted a video of himself on Twitter pouring a can of Bud Light down a sink. But instead of relying on corn syrup, Bud Light uses rice as its source of a fermentable sugar during its brewing process.

Mark Bergkamp is a Kansas corn farmer. The Bud Light king - famous for the "Dilly Dilly" commercials - says it must be Miller Lite's corn syrup since Miller Lite uses corn syrup in its beer. "It led viewers to believe that corn was a bad product". Sunday night, Anheuser Bush released a statement saying it supports corn growers and will continue to invest in the corn industry.

Executives from MillerCoors LLC, which sells both Miller Lite and Coors Light, were perhaps the most wound up.

The 60-second commercial, to be narrated by Hollywood actor Tom Hanks, will briefly show several slain or missing journalists affiliated with the Washington Post and other publications, including Jamal Khashoggi who was murdered inside the Saudi embassy in Istanbul previous year. "It is a shot at agriculture", he said. Sanderson said there are more than 300,000 corn farmers in the United States, and he wants to set the record straight when it comes to corn syrup. "Bud Light felt like a natural fit, and they jumped at the opportunity".

"It was a marketing ploy, I get that".

The killer Game of Thrones character first crushed the Bud Light Knight in a joust, then a dragon who appears to be Drogon from the HBO show pulls off a "hold my beer" moment by swooping in and incinerating the whole place.

The debacle started when Bud Light's Super Bowl ad on Sunday showed a large barrel of the corn syrup being delivered by mistake to the Bud Light castle.

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