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

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

What appeared to be another typical and wildly popular Bud Light commercial took a massive turn when The Mountain from HBO's "Game of Thrones" killed the infamous Bud Knight - who is somehow live-tweeting from the dead? Added to the beer brewing process, corn syrup is eaten by yeast, turning the sugars into alcohol, according to Kaylyn Kirkpatrick, a brewing extension associate at Cornell University working in the department of food sciences.

So why might rice be a superior ingredient than corn syrup for making beer?

Fans of both Game of Thrones and Bud Light have been commenting on the new ad, with most expressing how much they love the crossover.

Bud Light's Super Bowl commercial has been the talk of the internet, with users praising it for offering an unexpected cross-over with the iconic TV series Game of Thrones. Which is good, because I hate these f-cking Bud Light ads and "Dilly Dilly" is a dumb catchphrase, and also you can't MAKE catchphrases happen and ads that try and dictate our pop lexicon can go f-ck themselves, we don't need corporations to give us words and phrases.

The National Corn Growers Association rebuked the brand for boasting that Bud Light does not use the ingredient.

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Once the king and his cohorts arrive at the castle where Miller Light is brewed, they learn the syrup was actually destined for the makers of another beer, Coors Light.

A better question to ask: Does anyone who drinks light beer care whether it's made with corn syrup or not?

"We are proud that Budweiser is the first major beer brand to be brewed with 100 percent renewable electricity from wind power; we hope our efforts inspire others in our pursuit for a more sustainable future", Angie Slaughter, vice president of sustainability at Anheuser-Busch, said in a recent news release. "For Bud Light, that meant letting us do something that only Game of Thrones can do-a public execution of their main character", says Paull.

"You could use doughnuts if you wanted", Schumacher said.

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