Advertising Slogans Any Craft Brewery Is Free to Use – The New Yorker

Advertising Slogans Any Craft Brewery Is Free to Use – The New Yorker

“Tastes great, more filling.”

“The Philosopher King of Beers.”

“You don’t need to have a beard to enjoy this, but it sure helps.”

“Still not as expensive as a cocktail.”

“The official beer of the National fans.”

“It’ll put hair on your bald spot.”

“Because ‘ice-cold’ isn’t a flavor.”

“Some guy wearing Tevas made this in his shed.”

“The floral notes are so loud you can hardly hear your marriage crumbling.”

“It’s ‘Miller’s Crossing’ time.”

“The official beer of The Nation readers.”

“This isn’t your father’s socially acceptable method of slowly killing himself.”

“Yeah, it’s supposed to be that sour.”

“Goes down smooth (and directly onto a coaster).”

“Even an ironic Hawaiian shirt doesn’t look right on someone who’s physically in shape.”

“The champagne of people who don’t want anyone to know they’re from money.”

“Bushwickian for ‘beer.’ ”

“The official beer of ‘the National Football League’s slew of Sunday afternoon games freeing up the primo tables near an electrical outlet but far from the bathroom at the coffee shop’ opportunists.”

“Because if you drank the number of regular beers it would take to get you this drunk, people would think you had a problem.”

http://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/advertising-slogans-any-craft-brewery-is-free-to-use

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