Beer the Deer


The taste of victory doesn't even compare.

Because the only way to wash away the disgusting offense perpetrated by the Milwaukee Bucks is with a pint or 15 of your favorite Wisconsin brews.  Feeling bitter about the Bucks shooting an Association worst 42.5% over the course of the season?  Wash that away that bitter taste with a sweet Tyranena Three Beaches Honey Blonde.  Disgusted by the Bucks shooting 7th worst in the Association from 3 point land?  Try an Ale Asylum Triple Nova.  At 10% alcohol by volume, at least the beer is working a good percentage.  Tired of watching a team dead last in assists?  Well, New Glarus brewery has been helping Wisconsinites score for decades with the help of Spotted Cow beer.  So what if Boston just handed the Bucks the most embarrassing loss in team history?  Their Sam Adams “beer” is even more putrid than the Bucks.  Whereas the good folks in Milwaukee can at least enjoy a Lakefront Cream City ale.  Upset that the Bucks have put up the fewest points of any team this season, and are the only team in the Association with less than 6,000 points?  Forget your woes with Point Special Lager.  Brewed since 1857, more of these Points have been had in Milwaukee than actual buckets.

So rise up, Cheeseheads.  We might be last in the Association at offensive play, but with enough of that good local beer, even watching the home team get thrashed can be fun.  Or at the very least, it can take some of the sting out.


5 Responses to “Beer the Deer”

  1. High Above Courtside Says:

    You left out the most famous Milwaukee beer of all time—-as well as the only one I drink——Pabst Blue Ribbon!

  2. Ravenation, L.L.C. of North America Says:

    Pabst Blue Ribbon makes me want to shit my socks.

    I liked the “A Pint or 15” line. Classic


  3. High Above Courtside Says:

    Well this awful beer that makes you shit is one of the fastest growing in the nation:

    See this article from Bloomberg:

    The company’s namesake beer, also known as PBR, has built a cult following and was a personal favorite of Dennis Hopper’s character in the 1986 film “Blue Velvet.” U.S. sales of Pabst Blue Ribbon jumped 33 percent to $173 million in the 52 weeks ended April 18, (2010) making it the 20th-largest beer brand, according to SymphonyIRI Group, a Chicago-based market research firm.

    “For the past four years, it’s been one of the fastest growing brands in the country,” Metropoulos said.

    I’ll be having a few starting at 4

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