Bud Light Is Shown How It’s Done as Patriotic Beer Company Brings Back Iconic Can

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In stark contrast to Bud Light and its fealty to the woke agenda, America’s oldest brewery is once again showing Anheuser-Busch InBev how it’s done.

Pottsville, Pennsylvania-based Yuengling announced Monday it was bringing back a Lager can design that celebrates the Stars and Stripes and U.S. veterans.

Unlike the Belgian conglomerate’s decision to embrace left-wing politics by putting transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney on a can of Bud Light, Yuengling is asking customers to “Rock the Stars & Stripes with us and [Team Red, White & Blue] all summer.”

Team Red, White & Blue is a nonprofit dedicated to veterans’ health.

Yuengling said it was donating $55,000 to the organization.

The Team RWB camo cans, which first appeared in 2022, are part of the company’s year-round “Stars & Stripes” program to honor and uplift U.S. servicemen and women and veterans.

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