Had another lake-effect blizzard last night and a water main break. Made me think about shitty beer. Not sure why, but there you go.
The Goat is holding a draft Pabst in this picture. I have a lot of respect for that.
I like bars that have Stroh's on tap. I was in one once and they had the Stroh's and they had deep fried dill pickles. The pickles were shitty, but I ate them anyway.
In college, we used to buy Old Dutch beer for $4 a case. You had to return the bottles. Schlitz is shitty beer.
Today, I'm taking all the leftovers in the fridge and putting them in one bowl and that'll be my lunch.
My dad used to drink Carling's Black Label. "Mabel? Black Label!" was the tag phrase in the commercial. Mabel was a cute barmaid chick who brought around trays of Black Label.
When I was in Jamaica, you could get Red Stripe beer for 15 cents a bottle in local joints. The same beer was $4 a bottle in the tourist resorts.
Getting your hands on a case of Coors used to be a BIG deal in places like Cleveland.
Natural Light, Milwaukee's Best, Old Milwaukee, Blatz, Hamm's, Genny Cream Ale. I know my shitty beer.
Guys who fix water mains during blizzards can drink any damn beer they want. You can only hope these guys get a lot of head, but that's just me.
Michelob used to be special occasion beer. Heineken was even better. Top shelf? Well ... Tonight, let it be Lowenbrau. Do they even brew that stuff anymore?
Erin go write book now.