American Macro Week: One final shot

For general amusement/amazement:

That's a lot of macrobrews...

This past week and a half of drinking these and writing about them was the first time that blogging felt like work.

In a good way, though.

7 Responses to American Macro Week: One final shot

  1. Live on the Fly Studio says:

    Know what your lineup is missing? Stroh’s, the beer of the workin’ man…

  2. Jon says:

    Couldn’t find any. You got a source?

  3. Al says:

    I know they stopped kegging Schaefer, but it’s still available in bottles and cans.

    The brand is owned by Pabst. They have a list of distributors on their site.

    http://www.pabst.com/beer_schaefer.html

  4. Nathan says:

    But what good work it was. I have to be honest in the fact that I just turn my nose up at most American macro brews and don’t pay attention to them let alone avoid drinking them (Bud, Miller, etc.). However, some of those iconic classics that you rated at the top I’m going to have to try. Maybe my beer drinking palette could turn down its snottiness a bit! Thanks for the great review.

  5. Chemgeek says:

    Well done with the macro-reviews. I found this very interesting and informative.

  6. Mike says:

    Where is Old Milwaukee on the list? It is America’s Best Tasting Beer. Says so right on the can. They have even trademarked the phrase.

    You actually convinced me to go out looking for some of these old beers. Couldn’t find Hamm’s although that jingle is now a ringtone on my phone. Did find PBR and Old Milwaukee though.

  7. Jon says:

    I didn’t find any Old Milwaukee… I saw Milwaukee’s Best, but by that time I was running out of steam. Next time. :)