“Ultra Right” Beer Is In Response To Bud Light Controversy
Written by Mac Watson on April 14, 2023
A conservative activist has launched an “Ultra Right” beer in response to one beer manufacturer teaming up with a transgendered woman to promote their product.
The beer, named the “Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right” is currently being sold online. According to the person behind the mission to defeat “woke corporations,” the response has been overwhelmingly positive.
Seth Weathers is the CEO of Freedom Speaks Up and says that companies like Anheuser-Busch and other “woke” brands are “spitting” on “conservative values,” so he came up with a product that is for like-minded, conservatives who have boycotted Bud Light because of its association with Dylan Mulvaney, who is an American actress, comedian, and TikTok personality. She is known for detailing her gender transition in daily videos on the social media platform TikTok since early 2022.
But many Americans are vehemently opposed to the marketing pairing and are outraged by the decision by the beer company. “I have kids and I don’t care what their response is, Bud Light has hired a mentally deranged freak to market perversion to little children. I have a problem with that,” Weathers said. “Corporations that do that should be put out of business by conservatives. They are spitting on us. We are half of America — they’re spitting on us. There has to be an alternative.”
Weathers says he understands the difficulty in boycotting “woke” brands and corporations, but he says that he believes Anheuser-Busch is a good place to start as it’s the largest brewing company in the world. “Their mistake was so big in exposing who they are,” he says.
“We can’t boycott 10 companies, but we can boycott one that sells a s— beer,” Weathers says without apologies. “If we stuck to that, we would send a message that would live forever.… I don’t care if they buy my beer. Either buy my beer, some other brand’s beer, it doesn’t matter. Send a message to Anheuser-Busch. Shut them down.”
The name behind the beer, “Ultra Right,” Weathers said, stems from social media comments made by left-wing activists toward anyone who has “any level of common sense.”
The beverage, made by a local brewery in northern Illinois, is considered a “light beer” but that phrasing doesn’t appear on the label because of certain legal loopholes.
Weathers appears in the ad announcing the beer, which was shared to social media.
“America’s been buying beer from a company that doesn’t even know which restroom to use,” Weathers wrote in a tweet announcing the product. “There’s a new beer in town.”