The other beers' marketing departments also didn't miss a chance to get their name out there and tout their own "high-quality, great-tasting beers". Those ads transported us back to a Medieval kingdom, in which the surest sign of adoration and praise of the monarchy was (you guessed it) the offering of Bud Light.
Bud Light used its two 60-second Super Bowl ads to tout its simple ingredients and surprise viewers with a "Game of Thrones" tie-in - building on the dual taste and transparency messages it's been using since August 2017.
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"Corn and rice, most of those are 100-percent fermentable so those are not going to be in your finished product, usually", agreed Desiree Chubb, 3 Daughters' director of quality assurance. But instead of relying on corn syrup, Bud Light uses rice as its source of a fermentable sugar during its brewing process. At least, that's what they thought would happen. It actually leaves less flavor than if you just use straight barley. There are a lot of them, and For The Win writer Steven Ruiz shared one on Twitter.
Garrett Oliver, brewmaster for Brooklyn Brewery, said corn and rice are used in fermenting to lighten the overall character and flavor of beers, but he agreed that there was not much difference in the ingredients used for that goal.
"The real problem is that many people don't think about the calories in alcoholic beverages", she said. "That's fine", Weaver offered.