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Natty Light Will Pay To ‘Rent’ Your College Diploma

Natural Light is an integral part of many a college tenure… at least it was for me. And now, the xx beer is giving back to college graduates by giving them with $1 million to help with college debt.

The Natural Light College Debt Relief Program, now in its third year, is as ten year, $10,000,000 commitment. This year, to raise awareness around the growing cost of college, Natty will send $100 via Cash App or check to anyone willing to rent their diploma as part of a highly-classified plan they’re brewing up as an extension of the college debt relief program.

According to Forbes, the total college debt has risen to $1.6 trillion with a slew of financial ripple effects. In 2018, Natty decided to not stand idly by and started paying down US college loans and thus the program was born.

“College Debt remains one of the most pressing issues facing Americans today, so we’re proud to keep supporting the Natty community by coming back with another million dollars to help ease some of the burden” said Daniel Blake, Senior Director of US Value Brands at Anheuser-Busch. “But we’ve also got something else exciting in store to keep the spotlight on this issue – all we need is our fans actual diplomas to make it happen…”

Any college graduate over the age of 21 can make a $100 by offering to rent their original diploma to the brand, with a promise to return it in the exact same condition. Participants fill out a diploma rental agreement and the brand will send a pre-paid envelope to mail back the diploma.

You can also post a video showing how you would celebrate if all your loans were paid off. Complete the submission by showing off the Natty Light logo in the video and inserting #NattyStories, #Contest and #2020 when its posted to social media.

Natty Light will be accepting #NattyStories entries through March 29th, 2020.

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Natty Light Just Launched A New Strawberry Lemonade Beer

For years now, Natty Light has been THE drink of choice for beer pong tables and wild college weekends. It’s gained such a huge following because you can pick up a huge pack of them at a budget-friendly price.

Natty Light is trying to be more than just a cult favorite with their newest product, a Strawberry Lemonade variety that screams “spring break” louder than partiers on a beach.

Photo: Evan Lancaster//Foodbeast

For those wondering, this isn’t necessarily a shandy, as it’s not a 50/50 mix of beer and lemonade. The new “Naturdays” beverage is a light lager brewed with a strawberry lemonade flavor. Of course, no one would object to you making actual shandies or radlers out of these cans, and they’d make for a pretty refreshing way to keep the good times rolling.

You can find the new Strawberry Lemonade Natty Lights now in stores nationwide.

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A 77-Pack Of Natty Lights Now Exist That Costs Just $30

A six-pack is usually enough for a couple of friends in the squad to get together and have a good time. Up that to 77 bottles in a single package, and you’ve really got a party going on.

According to Brobible, this massive case of beer weighs in at about 65 pounds, which translates to a TON of brew. The Natural Light brand debuted the limited-time case as a way to celebrate their birth year, 1977, and should retail at about $30, The Takeout reports.

For those wondering, this is a massive amount of bottles, but it’s not the biggest case ever created. That honor goes to Budweiser, who had a 3,240 pack of brewskis for sale in Montreal last year. Still, 77 is enough to get the entire squad going for a minute.

Natural Light has a limited-time drop of these 77-packs coming to the College Park, Maryland area. Guessing that that area’s gonna be pretty lit this weekend.


These Are The 20 Most Popular Beers In America Right Now

Big Beer is a big business in America. Total annual sales stand around $100 billion. Craft Beers, as defined by the Brewer’s Association, are booming, yet still only account for around 15% of the beer sold in America. On a volume basis, craft beer’s share of the market is about half of that, due to its premium pricing. So what’s America drinking? A whole lot of light beer, most of which is made by a handful of monstrous macro brewers. America’s most popular beer is Bud Light – by a couple billion dollars. Yes, Bud Light’s U.S. sales alone would lodge it firmly within the Fortune 500.


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Bud Light is America’s Top Selling Beer — Sold More Than Coors Light and Budweiser Combined Last Year


With one of America’s biggest drinking holidays just around the corner (St. Patrick’s day you sober buffoons), we stumbled upon some interesting figures for beer sales in 2012: The top 5 selling domestic beers included Bud Light, Coors Light, Budweiser, Miller Lite and Natural Light.

Even more intriguing is the fact that Bud Light, the number one selling beer in the country sold close to 270 million cases, which is a whopping 60 million cases over the combined amount of sales done by the #2 and #3 brands Coors Light (101,760,300 cases) and Budweiser (101,651,900 cases). While Bud Light maintains a strong grasp

An infographic visualizing the 2011 sales figures can be seen below, but to put it into perspective, this is what sales looked like for the Top 3 brands in 2011 and 2012:


  1. Bud Light ($5,327,145,000)
  2. Budweiser ($2,072,380,000)
  3. Coors Light ($1,946,762,000)


  1. Bud Light ($5,452,052,000)
  2. Coors Light ($2,056,722,000)
  3. Budweiser ($2,017,366,000)

Amidst the top three brands, Coors Light took a jump to the #2 spot while Budweiser noticed a drop in sales from 2011 to 2012. Bud Light remained in the top position, outperforming themselves in 2012 and extending the gap in their lead from Coors Light, their next closest competitor.


2011 Sales Figures from / 2012 Sales Figures from Infographic



Natural Light Becomes First Beer To Get Launched Into Space? [VIDEO]

Full disclosure — this video appears to be created and promoted under the NattyLight YouTube channel in a direct experiment not for the greater good of beer in space, but for viral video status for the Natural Light beer brand. Regardless, the video’s execution and the experiment itself is interesting enough to warrant a watch and discussion.

The premise revolves around a couple guys who want to send a beer into space, tied to a balloon and hidden deep in the confines of a Styrofoam mini fridge. In the video, it seems as if they succeeded. Their makeshift aircraft reaches a height of 90,000 ft. (the Nattosphere, if you will) before their balloon pops and plummets back to Earth.

Here’s the video, followed by a “Making Of” video to explain some of the logic: