NEWS FLASH: A prominent restaurant has banned and removed Bud Light from its menu…


Three Florida businesses recently announced that they would no longer serve Bud Light beer due to their «biblical faith.» This occurred after the corporation opted to hire a transgender employee.

Joe Penovich, the owner of the Grills Seafood Deck and Tiki Bar, responded to a Facebook post on Monday that suggested the company was throwing out Bud Light bottles and kegs because the beer brand was working with a transgender personality, Dylan Mulvaney. Restaurants in Port Canaveral, Melbourne, and Orlando are all part of the company.

Employees said that beer was being discarded, but the Facebook post stated, «It is true that we decided to stop selling Bud Light because they support something that goes against our values.»
«Putting our Biblical beliefs aside for the time being, we believe transgenderism is a social experiment that is harming an increasing number of younger and younger children in irreversible ways,» the post continued. We’re not going to be a part of it.»

The chain made headlines because Bud Light and its parent company, Anheuser-Busch, have been embroiled in a slew of controversy since deciding to collaborate with Mulvaney and give him a special Bud Light can earlier this month. The can was intended to promote Mulvaney’s video series «Days of Girlhood,» which chronicled her first 365 days as a woman.

A stock image depicts a barman pouring beer. A tiny chain of eateries in Florida announced the removal of Bud Light from their menu after the parent firm decided to work with a transgender personality for a campaign.

There has been backlash and requests to cease drinking beer after Bud Light and Anheuser-Busch merged.

«There is no judgement in our hearts for those who believe in these rapidly changing social values,» Penovich posted on Facebook. However, others claim that we and other Christians despise Dylan Mulvaney and the LGBT community. This is not correct.
Nothing could be further from the truth in our hearts and minds. Because of this scenario and what we view as business greed and a deeper spiritual reality coming to this earth, we made our decision with many tears.

Penovich also stated in the post that he had sent a letter to Anheuser-Busch’s corporate headquarters explaining why the chain had decided to discontinue selling the beverage.

«We are praying and asking God how to break away from corporations like Anheuser-Busch that are promoting and profiting from this social experiment,» the message said.

Grills Seafood Deck and Tiki Bar were contacted by Newsweek to find out what they had to say.

In response to the criticism levelled at Bud Light and Anheuser-Busch, Brendan Whitworth, the parent company’s CEO, said in a statement, «We never intended to be part of a conversation that divides people.» We make it our job to bring people together over a beer.»

He continued, «My time serving my country taught me how important it is to be responsible and to live by the values that made America great: freedom, hard work, and respect for each other.» As CEO of Anheuser-Busch, I am committed to building on and maintaining our illustrious history and tradition. I am deeply committed to this country, this company, our brands, and our partners.»

Newsweek emailed Anheuser-Busch to find out what they had to say.

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