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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    I used to drink these when I was younger.

    Ok, now you're talkin 40's, Colt 45's and remember the King Kan 40's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohegangreen View Post
    I think it was $3.99 a case on the right day, the first few were rough, but after that you didn't notice anymore, lol
    So true, so true

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohegangreen View Post
    Ok, now you're talkin 40's, Colt 45's and remember the King Kan 40's?
    I'm only 28... so no.

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    Any of you utes drink this? Used to be about $4.99 a case, cold, (black label style!) at my local liquor store when I was a teenager.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    A friend of mine who's parents were divorced (totally unheard of in my neighborhood) could do pretty much what he pleased by his early teens. No joke, this dude was legendary for paying ushers at the gate at MSG a few bucks, who'd then let him in to watch concerts. He saw anyone you can imagine (Stones/Zep/Clapton/Lennon/Tull/Bowie/etc.). We idolized him.
    Cool shlt, would have loved to see a young Who, Stones, Zep , etc... that would have been the ultimate to me

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    The most popular beer among my peers when I was in HS.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohegangreen View Post
    Cool shlt, would have loved to see a young Who, Stones, Zep , etc... that would have been the ultimate to me
    First time I saw The Who (my idols, especially Townshend and Entwistle), I literally cried with joy. The Garden was so full of wafting cannabis smoke that the souvenir shirt I bought reeked like you can't imagine. My Mom asked me about it the next day, and I said it was from the silkscreening process. Luckily they were off-the-boat folks.

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    I did have a Schlitz about a year ago. That was fun. Tasted like PBR actually.

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    The Texaco near us started sell these around the mid 80's we loved the King Kan

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostlich View Post



    Bah! Beat me to it




    Those supermarket brand beers were def before my time.


    But this is what we ended up drinking the most of -






    "Come on along, head for the mountains of Busch Beer, head for the mountains, it's cold and it's smooth, and it's waiting for you, so head for the mountains..."




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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    First time I saw The Who (my idols, especially Townshend and Entwistle), I literally cried with joy. The Garden was so full of wafting cannabis smoke that the souvenir shirt I bought reeked like you can't imagine. My Mom asked me about it the next day, and I said it was from the silkscreening process. Luckily they were off-the-boat folks.
    Awesome, stank of weed, thats appropriate for a concert shirt, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostlich View Post
    Cannot get enough Genny Cream.

    At 50 cents a can, I have loaded up for the big party with me Ruby and his family. Ruby will have to substitute for Yimmyῷ (as we call him in the Mission).



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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnails View Post
    Spent a summer in ND way back when and drank this by the bucket.


    And the list goes on and on.
    Back when I was 18 (36 years ago) and worked in King Kullen it was on sale every other week for $.99 for a case of bottles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    Cannot get enough Genny Cream.

    At 50 cents a can, I have loaded up for the big party with me Ruby and his family. Ruby will have to substitute for Yimmyῷ (as we call him in the Mission).


    No Anchor Steam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    Bah! Beat me to it




    Those supermarket brand beers were def before my time.


    But this is what we ended up drinking the most of -






    "Come on along, head for the mountains of Busch Beer, head for the mountains, it's cold and it's smooth, and it's waiting for you, so head for the mountains..."



    Yea, Busch was a good high school beer, I still like Busch

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    I have to admit, very very little of what I drank ever came in cans.

    When I drank cheap, it was usually one of a number of horribad options:

    1. Mickey's (Shorty Bottles)
    2. Budwieser (Bottles)
    3. Mad Dog 20/20 (Glass Wino Wine)
    4. Boone's Farm (Glass Wino Wine)
    5. Popov Vodka (Plastic Bottle)
    6. Cutty Sark Scotch (Glass Bottle, swanky)

    Cans just didn't get much play, and beer was always better from glass than from aluminum even then.

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    Never heard of this store, or its finely crafted brew, until I went upstate to college. Always loved the insane store logo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by matt robinson 17 View Post
    Back when I was 18 (36 years ago) and worked in King Kullen it was on sale every other week for $.99 for a case of bottles...
    Yea, we drank the schmidt too, its a never ending list

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