Woke-free’ beer company launched as alternative to Bud Light releases ‘Real Women of America’ calendar starring Riley Gaines and will donate 10% of sales to her foundation to fight trans athletes in sports

A ‘woke-free’ beer company has released a calendar for ‘conservative dads’ featuring the ‘real women of America’.

Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right Beer was launched to compete against Bud Lite following its disastrous partnership with Dylan Mulvaney.

The beverage company recently teamed up with women’s sports advocate Riley Gaines to sell a ‘Real Women of America’ 2024 Calendar.

Their calendar is the first to ‘specifically showcase the most beautiful conservative women in America,’ the company claims.

Along with Gaines – many other well-known conservative women have agreed to be featured in the calendar posing in bikinis, wearing red white and blue or showing off their gun collection.

Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right Beer released a calendar for ‘conservative dads’ featuring the ‘real women of America’
Seth Weathers, known as ‘Conservative Dad,’ created the company as an alternative to ‘woke’  Bud Light

Dana Loesch, Kim Klacik, Sara Gonzales, Ashley St. Clair, Josie The Redheaded Libertarian and Peyton Drew are just a few of the other ‘big names’ that the ultra conservative beer company have bagged for the calendar – which they’re marketing as a Christmas gift for ‘conservative dads’.

The collaboration has pledged to donate 10 percent of sales to ‘the Riley Gaines Center’ – a foundation created by the swimmer that aims to ‘protect’ women’s sports from ‘extreme leftist ideology seeking to destroy women’s athletics’.

Seth Weathers, 39, founded the ‘woke-free’ American beer – he said: ‘This calendar is in no way intended to discredit transwomen… because there is no such thing as a “transwoman”.’

‘Beer companies used to be about great beer, American patriotism, fun, fast cars, and beautiful real women,’ Weathers said. ‘We’re bringing back all these things, but better than ever.


Weathers started his company because he was so enraged by Bud Light’s campaign with Mulvaney.

Mulvaney worked with the brewing giant in April as part of its March Madness campaign, dressing up as Holly Golightly, and was gifted a can of the light beer embossed with an image of her face.

The move sparked a backlash among critics of the trans community. When singer Kid Rock opened fire on cans of Bud Light while wearing a Trump MAGA hat, a boycott saw sales dip more than 25 per cent.

The US chief marketing officer of Anheuser-Busch InBev recently stepped down amid the company’s continuing slump in sales, following Bud Light’s disastrous collaboration with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney earlier in the year.

The Georgia native hated the campaign with so much passion that he was inspired to create his own beer that was ‘woke-free’.

Ultra Right Beer gained support quickly – and even made half a million dollars in 12 hours after it released a special edition can featuring former president Donald Trump’s mugshot.

But the recent price slashes – from $25 in September to the current cost of $10 for a six-pack – suggests that the product might not taste as good as conservative dads hoped.


‘Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right Beer puts our money where our mouth is – we’re doing our part to fight back against the unjust persecution of American patriots,’ said Weathers.

The cans were sold online alongside the caption: ‘Each sale defends Conservatives against the unconstitutional prosecution by the Communist Fulton County District Attorney!’

Riley Gaines’s recent collaboration with the beer company is just a small portion of the work she’s been doing to speak out in opposition of trans athletes in women’s sports.

Earlier this week she gave testimony at the House Oversight Subcommittee on Health, hitting back at ‘squad’ members AOC and Summer Lee for their views on transgender athletes.

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