The ad features the fictional Bud Knight in a jost for the kingdom, but as he boldly gallops toward his opponent, he is shockingly defeated.
As you can see, MillerCoors fired a serious shot by pointing out that its products don't contain high-fructose corn syrup, while some of Anheuser-Busch InBev's do. "Our office is right down the road! Thanks @MillerLight and @CoorsLite for supporting our industry".
When the beer company receives a delivery for corn syrup, the lords and knights don't understand why they received it when they don't brew their beer with corn syrup.
UK trade secretary says EU 'irresponsible' to refuse to reopen Brexit deal
It came after a report claimed that Nissan was preparing to scrap plans to build its X-Trail 4×4 at its Sunderland plant. She said: "When I return to Brussels I will be battling for Britain and Northern Ireland".
Iran launches NEW Hoveyzeh missile on 40th anniversary on Islamic Revolution
The Defence Ministry's website carried an undated video purportedly showing the Hoveizeh being test-fired from a mobile launcher. The US has repeatedly accused Iran of violating the resolution.
Bow Wow arrested in Atlanta
He lives in Atlanta and had been promoting a Super Bowl pop-up shop event on Twitter for his mother on Friday and Saturday. On a more serious note, other fans posted support for Bow Wow , and hoped that he would press charges against Holden.
As of halftime, Bud Light had yet to respond to being called out by National Corn.
This year's Super Bowl ads largely ducked controversy ― with perhaps one unexpected exception. "Miller Lite has been gaining share for 17 straight quarters & someone's feeling the heat!" But corn farmers weren't amused by the implication that corn syrup is unhealthy or undesirable. "Things that make you go hmmmmm", he wrote on Twitter.
Bud Light wasn't at the center of the only controversy during Super Bowl LIII, but the beer did manage to stir up some outrage during the big game.