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The maker of Sam Adams beer announced Friday that it is withdrawing its sponsorship of Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade because organizers exclude gay groups.
Boston Beer Co., the maker of the Samuel Adams brew -- and the same company that omitted mentioning God in its Declaration of Independence-based ad -- now faces a new flap: It's pulled its sponsorship from the local St. Paddy's Day parade after learning gay veterans can't participate in it.
Boston Beer Company, the owner of the Samuel Adams brand, defended its removal of "Creator" from a recent ad that quoted the Declaration of Independence this way: It's just company policy.