It's about beer, well mainly anyway. Beer brewing, beer drinking, beer marketing and the retailing of beer.
Did you see the spoof? We're in it. Twice.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCgkTeuJkR8
I like the Bud advert. It sums up what most people think of beer.
I know I'm being very subjective here, but I think this advert is irresponsible.It's essentially 'information overload', claiming it's not one thing [i.e. 'beer to be fussed over'] while making a big fuss about its history [through images, of all things...] and a musical beat... It has no taste, so nothing else to advertise apart from - oh, why am I bothering?I love basically every Hardknott beer I've had. F$$$ 'bud' and the rest of them. Happy be the days when Dave has an ad like this all over the place.
BUL180, I still think you should get some Angram beer engines. None-the-less, that's a cool spoof. I'm putting it into the main post.Cookie, yes, that's part of the point isn't it? Macro-brewed beer drinkers will in the main carry on drinking macro-brewed beer. We shouldn't worry. The add, if anything, is good for Bud, but also good for those of us Bud are taking the piss out of.Martin, thanks. Again, whilst there are people like you about, who care about the beers they drink, supporting brewers like us, the world is a great place. Don't worry about what they do, we just need to worry about what we do. But the advert shows they worry about what we do. We're winning.
I don't like the look of that bottled dishwater at 0:55.
Wasn't even aware of the advert until I read this post - really enjoyed it and agree with sentiments it expressed. However my response to it would not be to drink tasteless, big brand lager. It just reminds me why I choose truly great beers I can drink everyday from quality brewers large and small, as opposed to fussy, experimental and overly expensive brews from microbrewers too keen to label themselves as "craft".
Why does the craft spoof of the Budweiser advert end with two bottles of 'Ruby Zozzle' (apparently 'fizzy grapefruit wine') being placed in centre shot rather than actual, you know, craft beer?
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