Anheuser-Busch faced protests from animal-rights group PETA for the practice of docking the tails of its iconic Clydesdale horses.
Videos on TikTok advancing false and misleading claims about prominent consumer brands garnered 57 million views in a NewsGuard analysis
Since April, Bud Light has continued to face a boycott over its partnership with Dylan Mulvaney.
The beer brand has been criticized for supporting military veterans by people still upset that Bud Light partnered with a transgender influencer.
The beer brand's competition to win tickets to a country-music concert was met with a tepid response on social media.
The brewery's latest earnings report shows revenues were down 10.5 percent in the U.S. between April and June as its beer brand Bud Light faced controversy.
During an earnings call on Thursday, Anheuser-Busch InBev reported a global revenue increase of 7.2 percent.
Speaking on his podcast, Rogan said that "the culture war in this country is so goofy. It's so overblown."
The Anheuser-Busch brand has weathered plummeting popularity following its small partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
A spokesperson for Anheuser-Busch said that the layoffs will not include frontline workers but will "simplify and reduce layers within its organization."
While the boycott against the brand continues to hit its post-April sales, Bud Light still has the title of No.1-selling beer for the year to date in America.
The governor and GOP presidential candidate says Bud Light's "radical social policies" are negatively affected Florida public employees' pensions.
On Wednesday the Beer Institute's Code Compliance Review Board (CCRB) ruled in favor of Bud Light's advertisement with Dylan Mulvaney.
"I project that sales are not going to improve and potentially could get worse," a former Anheuser-Busch executive previously told Newsweek.
The beer brand has begun posting regularly on social media again, after a months-long hiatus during a backlash over its partnership with Dylan Mulvaney.
"Unfortunately, I think it's going to be a long way to go to get back the market share they lost," a former Anheuser-Busch executive told Newsweek.
Anson Frericks explained to Newsweek the reason the current boycott of Bud Light has been so successful is mainly due to two reasons.
Bud Light continues to experience backlash, as evidenced by online comments about a thief stealing cases of the beer.
Social media users have posted footage of Anheuser-Busch beer stacked high next to near-empty shelves of other brands.
The video also included a clip of transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney crying.
Customers criticized Budweiser's efforts to celebrate Independence Day as the beer brand made military references in its ad.
The site of the infamous Stonewall protests which kicked off the fight for the LGBTQ+ rights globally refused to sell Bud Light.
Bud Light's critics were not happy with what they thought was 'rebranded' beer, but little did they know it has been around for years.
Former Anheuser-Busch executive Anson Frericks has called for CEO Brendan Whitworth to resign over his handling of the Bud Light boycott.
The network has faced the ire of conservatives after airing a segment that cast the beer brand in a positive light.
Mulvaney, in a recent TikTok post, filmed, with fellow influencer Chris Olsen, a humorous video involving a blonde wig.
Confronted with tumbling stock prices and disgruntled customers, the beer brand has implemented a variety of strategies to boost its sales.
The beer brand has faced an overwhelmingly negative response to its latest marketing bid, featuring the NFL star, amid an ongoing backlash.
"I'm so sick of the 'trans community' pretending they are black people surviving the klan in the 1920's," conservative commentator Owens tweeted.