Bud Light’s Super Bowl ad angers the corn industry

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Meanwhile, farmer Kevin Ross posted a video of himself pouring a can of beer down a sink, saying: "Bud Light, you're not standing with corn farmers".

"I am disappointed that Bud Light chose to denigrate corn in their Super Bowl ad as part of a marketing scheme to attack their competition", Iowa Corn Growers Association Chair Mark Recker wrote in a statement after Bud Light's ads were widely praised on social media last night.

Bud Light's "Special Delivery" commercial dragged Miller Lite and Coors Light for using corn syrup in their beers, a move meant to portray Bud's simple ingredients - water, barley, rice and hops - as superior. Our office is right down the road!

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The brand's second one-minute Big Game ad not only provided fans with the by-now-expected "Dilly Dilly" message (albeit in passing, rather than as the focal point, as in past ads) - it introduced the phenomenally popular "Game of Thrones" (including its daunting character The Mountain, above) into Bud Light's own medieval setting.

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Peter Marino, chief communications officer at MillerCoors and president of the company's craft and import division Tenth and Blake, aided in the defense.

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To create the co-branded spot, Wieden & Kennedy collaborated with HBO's agency, Droga5. "Thanks @MillerLightand @CoorsLite for supporting our industry".

David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the show's creators, also weighed in on some details of the commercial, such as making sure one onlooker in the ad responded to the horror in a way that mimicked the reaction of Ellaria Sands, Oberyn's lover, in the episode where he was killed by the Mountain. Interestingly, none of our products use High Fructose Corn Syrup, yet several of ABI's do. "This effort is to provide consumers transparency and elevate the beer category".

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