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  • While Founders, Oxbow, and Monday Night try to evade political controversy, other breweries are unafraid to make their beliefs public. Does getting political help or hurt a brewery? Explore the.
  • We are excited to announce our new beer called B.R.D. (Beer Ready to Drink)! B.R.D. is a Munich Style Helles which is a pale gold lager that is elegantly bright with a clean, refreshing balance. The best thing about this beer, aside from how great it tastes, is that 10% of proceeds go to help the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans.
  • Oct 28,  · All things considered, too much alcohol could make a president do weird things -- but Calvin Coolidge proved it wasn't absolutely necessary. Mark Will-Weber is the author of Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt: The Complete History of Presidential Drinking.
  • Feb 16,  · All the Presidents’ Beer. Posted on February 16, by Jay Brooks. ’ Day approaches, here are just a few presidential parables and potboilers of politics and beer about some of our Beer Drinkers in Chiefs. The Founding Fathers. Our very first president, George Washington, was a beer lover. His favorite style was porter.
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  • Sep 28,  · • Dos Equis, surprisingly, is the most bi-partisan beer of the nearly 30 beers listed. (That ought to make fans of the "Most Interesting Man in the World" even more furious.) So those of you wanting to keep poltics out of your party, you know what beer to stock up on.
  • Apr 07,  · 5. He also liked to drink beer while driving. 6. Grover Cleveland once attempted to cut back to four beers a day--and failed. Grover Cleveland, as a young attorney working in Buffalo, could predictably be found in the city’s many beer garden’s with cigar in one hand and a tankard of beer in the other (especially during warm summer evenings).
  • Beginning with a priceless shot of President Obama looking pretty happy at a bar on St. Patrick's day, here are seven high-profile political figures who might regret raising their glass during a.