RIP: 20 Beers That We Can No Longer Drink ‘Til We Go Blind With

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Getting its name from the Cincinnati family that started this brewski, Burger Beer began as early as the prohibition years. It then became an institution during World War II when it was shipped to troops camouflaged in olive colored cans. It was known by many as “your grandfather’s beer” and given that you can’t find it anymore, I guess it’s going to stay that way.

Despite the loss of these 20 well-loved beers, there really is no reason to fret. There are so many available kinds of ales, lagers, stouts, etc. on the market that are sure to quench and satiate your particular taste. And if not, you can always order a Blowjob. You never know, you may just get lucky. 

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