Appalachian Brewery Buys Their Brand Back From Anheuser-Busch


The founders of Boone’s Appalachian Mountain Brewery bought back their brand from Anheuser-Busch InBev in mid-May, after their Dylan Mulvaney debacle.

Dylan Mulvaney is the 26-year-old who spent a year pretending to be a teenage girl. He now says he’s attracted to women. He gets paid for his exploits.

Nathan Kelischek and Chris Zieber founded Appalachian Mountain Brewery in 2011 before entering a partnership with the Craft Brew Alliance and eventually being acquired by the world’s largest brewing company.

In 2021, beers from the Appalachian Mountain Brewery officially became part of Anheuser-Busch’s craft beer portfolio.

They’ve reached an agreement with ABInBev to repurchase their brand.

“We’re grateful to have spent the last two years as active founders within A-B’s craft portfolio,” the business partners shared.

Kelischek and Zieber added, “We will be shifting our focus immediately on growing our local team, opening our new taproom in Mills River, North Carolina.”

The North Carolina business partners said they have opened a new tap room in Asheville and will continue to own and operate their original location in Boone, North Carolina.


Kelischeck and Zieber didn’t say it was over the damaging Mulvaney ads and the ABInBev dive into Wokeinesque ideology. In another desperate move, Anheuser-Busch just gave $200,000 to the LGBT Chamber of Commerce to try to bring back any LGBT people who left after the rejection of the Mulvaney ad.

People are just fed up with Woke. Mulvaney was paid to act like an idiot for a year, but it was bad for society. Vice President Harris followed along, complimenting him as if it was a sincere expression of transgenderism as he usurped the role of a woman.

This brewery is the first to ever buy back its brand.

I hope they bought it back cheaply.

Popular beers from AMB are Long Leaf IPA, Boone Creek Blonde, and Mystic Dragon Cider. This May, the North Carolina brewery brought home two medals from the 2023 World Beer Cup.


They’re escaping the corporate world. They’re free in Appalachia. More people need to break loose. The corporate world is now uniting with government and global power seekers, embedding in a bizarre and destructive ideology.

Anheuser-Busch lost about $27 billion so far. An ex-Anheuser-Busch executive said that leftist investment firms like BlackRock, Vanguard, and State Street use their clout to pressure corporations to go Woke. That’s why consumers have to use their clout. I feel sorry for the people who rely on Bud in franchises but ‘go woke, go broke.’ Maybe we can’t hit all of them, but we can set enough examples until they get the message. They must fear us – the customer – more than the leftist manipulators.

The boycott must work!


As if things aren’t bad enough for AB, they are going to be sued for racketeering.

On May 9, a month after the initial Mulvaney backlash, Anheuser-Busch lost its perfect Corporate Equality Index (CEI) score, which is overseen by the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBT advocacy group.

In response, AB coughed up teh $200,000 for the LGBT Chamber of Commerce.


The fact that a company would rather further upset customers than get a lower social credit rating, Lindsay said, shows “how this extortion racket works and how serious the extortion racket is.”

“We see which thing they’re choosing to do,” Lindsay explained. “Whether it’s Corporate Equality Index score, whether it’s a broader ESG [Environmental, Social, and Governance] score, they’re choosing to serve the same agenda.”

“This reveals a lot of things that are very useful,” he continued. “We can have hearings. We could have the House Oversight Committee talking about this: ‘Why are you doing this? How important is that number? Why is it number so important? How did this number come to mean so much to your company? Who made the deals? What are the costs?’”

These kinds of things need to be dragged out into the public under oath, and in a high place.”


The Target boycott is still on, and they deserve it. They’re more deeply involved in the perverted part of LGBTQIA2SS++ Pride.



  1. I wish them the best but I’m not sure many people will give a hoot at this point since they willingly sold out in the first place. I’ve never heard of them and wouldn’t buy their beer if I had. There can be no forgiveness, once weakness is shown the corporations will continue pushing this trans crap even harder.

    • I’ve never heard of them, either. But I’m confused by your assessment of this micro brewery that we’ve both never heard about. If they sold to Anheuser-Busch 2 years ago (well before the AB woke reveal) and then bought their brand back after the boycott, it seems like they didn’t do anything that associates their company with AB’s woke campaign. Like most small to medium businesses, they seem uninvolved with woke, and made that even more clear when they bought their brand back. Good for them!


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