John Rich’s Bar Customers Have Stopped Buying Bud Light

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Musician John Rich recently joined the growing list of celebrities who are boycotting Bud Light. He took to Twitter on April 6th to ask for suggestions on which beer his bar in Nashville should replace Bud Light with.

This move comes after Travis Tritt announced that he will no longer include any Anheuser-Busch products on his rider, which is a list of requests an artist gives a venue to have for them on show day. Tritt has claimed that there are other artists who are also removing Anheuser-Busch from their riders, but they are not speaking out in public for fear of being ridiculed and cancelled.

Kid Rock is another artist who has openly expressed his disapproval of Bud Light. He made headlines for taking a gun to several cases of Bud Light as a way of showing his opinion, while saying, “F*** Bud Light!”

The reason behind this outrage is Bud Light’s recent partnership with transgender social media influencer, Dylan Mulvaney. Bud Light gifted her a can with her face on it, celebrating her “365 days of womanhood.”

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Dylan also shared a video of herself drinking one of the many Bud Lights that Anheuser-Busch sent her, which sparked a lot of backlash on social media. John Rich, Travis Tritt, and Kid Rock were among the most vocal critics of this partnership.


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During an appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight, Rich explained that him posing the idea of pulling Bud Light from his bar is probably a good idea, seeing as his customers are no longer buying it.

He said, “The customers decide. Customers are king. I own a bar in downtown in Nashville called Redneck Riviera and our number one selling beer up until a few days ago was, guess what? Bud Light. We got cases and cases and cases of it sitting back there. But in the past several days you’re hard-pressed to find anyone ordering one. So as a business owner, I just go, hey if you aren’t ordering it, we got to put something else in here. At the end of the day, that’s capitalism. That’s how it works.”

Rich said that he is looking for more American owned beer brands to replace Bud Light with, and it sounds like it will be happening soon.

See John Rich’s full interview below.

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