Rugged movie star Gerard Butler may once again promote Windhoek’s “real beer” in a television ad featuring a small slice of lime, because it is not sexist after all, the appeals body of the Advertising Regulatory Bureau has said. Business Insider reports that the appeals committee said it had seen “that the clear message conveyed is that Windhoek Lager is a real beer that does not require the addition of lime to enjoy”. With no forbidden gender stereotypes discerned, the appeals committee set aside the original ban, which leaves the ad cleared to run on television again. But Windhoek’s makers, and beer companies in general, got a stern warning in the appeal decision, because of the all-male cast in the ad, with the committee saying that “the minority female drinkers of beer must not be treated as a silent minority in the design of marketing material”.