Beer Created to Rival Bud Light Releases Limited Edition Pro-Trump Cans

The brand "Conservative Dad's Ultra Right Beer," introduced as a counter to Bud Light's partnership with a transgender influencer described as "woke", has unveiled a special edition of their drink showcasing an image of ex-President Trump.

Titled "Conservative Dad's Revenge," these exclusive cans adorned with the image of the previous president will be available on the company's online platform for a maximum of two weeks. A part of the sales earnings will be donated to the GOP's legal support groups in Georgia.

"It’s time for conservatives to stand up and refuse to back down. We’re doing our part to fight the communists running the Fulton District Attorneys office by raising money for our Georgia friends who have been unjustly indicted," CEO Seth Weathers said in a statement.

A tenth of the revenues from the special edition cans will be "donated to the Georgia Republican Party and the David Shafer Legal Defense Fund to defend Georgia's Trump electors against unjust political prosecution," according to the company.

Josh McKoon, the head of the Georgia Republican Party, commented in a statement, "The funds are vital for us to persistently back the legal representation of our Electors, who face undue persecution from the unconventional Fulton DA, Fani Willis, for the baseless 'crime' of legally challenging an election."

For enthusiasts eager to purchase a six-pack of this exclusive beer, it will be available online priced at $25, excluding shipping costs.

In the words of Weathers, "Conservative Dad’s Revenge is set to be the most sought-after beer can in collectible history, all the while supporting a stand against unfairness." He added, "The wrongful legal actions taken against our compatriots mark a significant juncture in our nation's timeline; our reaction will shape our country's future trajectory."

The company revealed last month that they had secured fresh distribution agreements in several states, marking their presence in countless retail stores, bars, and eateries.

Initially introduced in April as an exclusive online brand for "100% woke free" beer aficionados, the product is now available in brick-and-mortar stores and eateries across Georgia and Arkansas, just months after its inception.

This right-leaning brew quickly resonated with beer enthusiasts, achieving sales over $1 million, acquiring more than 10,000 patrons, and moving 20,000 six-packs in the initial fortnight post-launch.

Weathers believes the brand's rapid ascent is due to consumers "fighting back with their wallet." He emphasized that a segment of the revenues would be channeled towards what the customers deem important.

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