Budweiser and the Fourth

Budweiser six packs with Stars and Stripes

Budweiser six packs with Stars and Stripes

Budweiser has a way with advertising. Who can forget the frogs burping out “Bud” “Weis” “Er” like some college frat boys? Or the iconic Clydesdale? Which reminds me – things are so tight this year, I didn’t receive a Clydesdale calendar! What is this world coming to?

So I am not surprised but it still tickles me to see their summer beer can display the patriotic theme of Stars and Stripes – with a red pull tab.

The can is beautiful: eye-catching, bright but not garish, and practically a collector’s item. Because when it’s gone, it’s gone.

I goaded the Coors guy by showing him the can and asking him, “now isn’t that a great idea?” His response was to tell me I should really have added Boulder Beer’s Hazed and Infused in the 12 pack can because that was real beauty. Argh! He’s the same one who swore that all new and improved “Schlitz” would sell. Can’t you just admit that the guy has better pecs than you?

Anyway, the 24 packs (also with the pretty cans) will be on sale through the 19th of June and then the 1st through the 4th of July – Bud and Bud Light – for $19.49. Reg. $22 something.

Corona is going on sale 25th June through the 4th July, and Ska and New Belgium products will as well.

Wines under $10 5% off / Over $10 – 10% off – 1st through 4th of July.

Keep cool with cold beer!

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About 133liquor

Jennifer McGavin is Owner/Manager of 133 Liquor in Paonia, CO, a great place to mountain bike, hike, fish, and then knock off for a cold one. Check back often for weekly specials and insider tips.
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