The Bud Light beer logo was introduced back in July and it seems like everyone is ready to give it a run for its money.
A new study from researchers at the University of Maryland finds that the brand is so popular it’s responsible for a whopping 25% of beer sales.
Here are some of the other key findings from the study:The beer industry is already experiencing a shift away from traditional, high-alcohol beers.
According to the study, Bud Light sales were down by 14% in 2017, but they’ve grown by 25% in 2018.
According the researchers, this is likely due to the introduction of more and more flavors like coffee, fruit and chocolate, as well as a more adventurous approach to beer-related advertising.
The beer market is already a saturated market, but Bud Light has managed to capture more of the market than any other brand.
According to the researchers:In the beer industry, brands have an enormous impact on the success of their beer, and Bud Light is no exception.
The study found that Bud Light’s share of beer consumption is a whopping 27.9%, nearly double the average of all other brands combined.
The researchers also found that consumers are more willing to buy Bud Lights from restaurants, restaurants that serve alcohol, and even from breweries that don’t use the beer brand as a marketing tool.
Beer lovers and alcohol writers have been arguing for years that Bud Lights is a terrible marketing idea.
The argument goes that the logo and brand itself are bad for consumers and should be avoided.
But this study makes it clear that the trend isn’t going away anytime soon.