The sinking of the Titanic was not this painfully spectacular.

Went online and checked the price of mini cans of Coke (7.5 fl oz.)

That comes to$0.40 per 7.5 fl oz of Bud Light versus $0.64 per 7.5 fl oz of Coke.

And it is being said that the star/asterisk at the top right corner of the sign indicates that the item will not be re-stocked.

Costco will not be offering Bud Light any time soon. Losing rack/shelf space in any store is bad. At a wholesale warehouse? Catastrophic.



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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “Beer cheaper than soda? That happens when you kill a brand.”
  1. It lets you know how bad things are when you have to put all your hope in die-hard alcoholics to consume your product. And it seems that even that demographic is not going to be caught in a drunken state holding one of those cans in their hands. Wouldn’t want to send a message to the wrong beer drinkers.

  2. Someday the morons will figure out America and return to what Americans really want… meanwhile We the People will have a good laugh… part 2- someday the morons will realize liberals are 26% of the population and start treating them like they are. Someday..

  3. Tin foil fedora level conspiracy here, but…
    Blackrock, one of the big investment management companies, is also one of the biggest advocates for ESG.
    Blackrock invests in a company, enough to get a strong say on the board.
    Blackrock pushes the company to do stupid things in the name of getting a perfect ESG score. Result is their core customers boycott.
    Stock prices plummet.
    Blackrock buys significantly more stock at a very discounted price.
    Lather, rinse, repeat, and pretty soon, Blackrock is basically in charge of everything.

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