Michelob Super Bowl 50 Ad Breathe Released

Friday, February 5, 2016

Michelob Super Bowl 50 Ad Breathe Released
Anheuser-Busch released the Michelob Ultra Super Bowl 50 ad. In the ad you see people work out and exhaust themselves. They are out of breath. This is when Michelob Ultra comes in. "Go the Extra Mile. We’ll be here when you catch your breath."
Michelob Ultra prides itself to only have 95 calories per bottle. I am personally not a fan of light beer. I am a very big fan of a beer after workout. My favorite is a fresh and strong Bavarian Wheat beer, sorry Anheuser-Busch, not Shock Top.

Watch the Michelob Ultra Super Bowl 50 ad below.

Anheuser-Busch has released so far two Super Bowl ads for Budweiser, one for Bud Light and one commercial for Shock Top, besides the Michelob ad. Watch them all here.
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