8/19/2016 – Beer Slogans

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Welcome to Five Course Trivia! Five days a week, we’ll post five questions about something from the culinary world, from soup to nuts and all dishes in between.

Last weekend was the Learned League Rundle Championship which took place in Las Vegas or online, and the best of LL played to crown a winner. Congrats to MeyerT on his victory, as well as to BahnamanS and PerryS for rounding out the medal stand. Tons of great players were there, and I hope fun was had.

The final round of the event (questions which can be found here) featured this Food/Drink question:

What beer, whose namesake brewery was once the largest in the United States, was advertised as “the beer that made Milwaukee famous”?

All of those in the finals correctly identified the answer as Schlitz, and was the only question all 16 players identified correctly for the set of 12 Qs.

So, as a followup, here are more slogans that have been used historically and presently for beers. All you need to do is just name the beer.

1. “Hooray beer!”

2. “Probably the best beer in the world”

3. “The Champagne of Beers”

4. “Head for the mountains”

5. “I Am Canadian”

6. “Miles Away From Ordinary”

7. “America’s World Class Beer”

8. “Reassuringly Expensive”

9. “Fresh. Smooth. Real. It’s all here.”

10. “Stay thirsty, my friends”

11. “It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This!”

12. “Australian for beer”

Next Monday: A bit o’ honey for the start of next week. Have a great weekend!

ANSWERS BELOW:

1. Red Stripe
2. Carlsberg
3. Miller High Life
4. Busch
5. Molson
6. Corona
7. Samuel Adams
8. Stella Artois
9. Bud Light (do not accept Budweiser)
10. Dos Equis
11. Old Milwaukee
12. Foster’s

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