Over a dozen gay bars and restaurants are refusing to serve Yuengling beer after its owner endorsed Donald Trump's presidential ambitions.

Dick Yuengling, the owner of D.G. Yuengling & Son, on Monday gave Trump's son, Eric Trump, a tour of the Yuengling brewery in Pottsville, Pennsylvania.

“My father's going to make it a lot easier for business to function,” Eric Trump said during a news conference. “We're going to do it right here in the U.S.”

The Reading Eagle quoted Yuengling as saying, “Our guys are behind your father. We need him in there.”

According to the Washington Blade, several local D.C. bars and eateries have removed Yuengling from their menus.

David Perruzza manages JR's Bar and Grill, which is located just east of Dupont Circle.

Perruzza posted a video on Facebook of him removing Yuengling's tap from the bar.

“His support for Trump is basically support for [Mike] Pence,” Perruzza told the Blade. “I don't want them getting any support from gay people. It may sound weird, but I don't want any cent of it going to Trump.”

Other local establishments followed suit, including some gay-friendly businesses.

A meme circulating online features an image of a Yuengling truck with the caption “bye bye, assholes!”