These 13 Major Brands Joined Bud Light in Partnering with Trans Activist

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The market value of Anheuser-Busch has plummeted more than $5 billion as a result of boycotts following the company’s decision to partner with controversial transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney.

Mulvaney’s face was added to cans in order to celebrate one year of “girlhood,” marking Mulvaney’s decision to change genders from male to female.

Despite the backlash, at least 13 major brands are working with Mulvaney.

This includes a number of very popular companies and brands, such as Crest toothpaste, Instacart, Nike, Ulta Beauty, KitchenAid, Kate Spade, and Anheuser-Busch.

Other companies include Aritzia, CeraVe, Haus Labs, K18 Hair, KIND Snacks, Ole Henriksen, and Rent the Runway.

The international company Anheuser-Busch owns a lot of beer brands. In addition to Bud Light, the company also owns Budweiser, other Bud brands, and Busch brands of beers.

Here are lesser known brands that the company owns:

The Michelob brands; Natural Light and Natty Daddy; Cass; Castle; Corona; Harbin; Estrella Jalisco; Aguila; Beck’s; Stella Artois; Jupiler; Kona; Leffe; Landshark Lager; Modelo; Presidente; Hoegaarden; Labatt; Hurricane; Rolling Rock; Skol; Johnny Appleseed; Shock Top; and Quilmes.

The following brands are partnered Anheuser-Busch:

10 Barrel Brewing; Appalachian Mountain; Blue Point; Breckenridge Brewery; Cisco Brewers; Devils Backbone; Elysian; Four Peaks; Golden Road; Goose Island; Karbach Brewing; Omission Balanced Brewing; Platform Beer Company; Red Hook; Square Mile Cider Company; Veza Sur Brewing; Nirture Cider; Wicked Weed Brewing; Widmer Brothers Brewing; Wynwood Brewing; Hi Ball Energy; Babe; Nutrl; Cutwater Spirits; and Ritas.