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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by lordofthewiens, Mar 16, 2013.
Hopping frog Boris and the muppets!
Old Rasputin and whatever you want to watch dear.
Shit, must pick a movie that entertains her and lets me enjoy the beer.
Old Rasputin and Dr Zhivago.
(I'd prefer Old Rasputin and Dr. Strangelove, but sacrifices must be made)
I'm pretty sure I haven't seen this one yet..I think we all know what movie that this beer pairs with. Tempered over burning witches.
Surly darkness 2012 and teen wolf!
Great Lakes Nosferatu with F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu. Shadow of a Vampire for the double feature.
Geez...an easy one. Clown Shoes Vampire Slayer and Buffy.
I don't care if it wasn't what they went for, I'm in full belief that this beer is a Hot Rod reference
Heady Topper and Scanners
A Few Good Men and Three Philosophers.
YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE BEER!!!
Zombie Dust- Night of the Living Dead.
Mother of All Storms- The Perfect Storm
Great Lakes Holy Moses- The Ten Commandments
Hopslam and "As Good as it Gets"
Not exactly following the trend of the thread, but tonight I watched Grumpy Old Men & drank New Belgium/Dieu Du Ciel Heavenly Feijoa Tripel.
Great Lakes Nosferatu and "Nosferatu"
Austin Beerworks Soul Glo
Coming to America
I win, right?
Sucaba and A Beautiful Mind
NG Apple Ale and Good Will Hunting
Oscar Blues Money Shot Cream Ale and ... too obvious?
Falstaff bought Narragansett in the mid-60's but didn't close the Rhode Island brewery until the early '80's, at which time most of the RI-brewed brands moved to Ft. Wayne and other S&P owned breweries. Like most regional beers, Narragansett was always a bit cheaper than the nationally distributed "premium" beers and the larger regionals.
Below - 1955 Rhode Island prices:
Birra Morretti La Rosa and The Bicycle Thief
Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter & Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas or Where the Buffalo Roam
Budweiser (in pull-top cans) and... The Bad news Bears (the original).
Need to have a great film to help wash down a terrible brew.
Ding, ding, ding...we have a winner, and I don't have to read the rest of the post.
Foxy Brown and Sexual Chocolate
Abt 12 and 12 Angry Men
Harpoon's 100 Barrel Director's Cut with Orca (or Moby Dick)
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout and Shaft
28 Days Later and a less than a month old Zombie Dust
Tripel Karmeliet and the Three Musketeers
Founders Bolt Cutter & Escape from Alcatraz
Stella Artois and Streetcar Named Desire.
Left Hand "Wake Up Dead" and Night of the Living Dead
Sierra Nevada "Torpedo" and Hunt for Red October
Clown Shoes "Vampire Killer" and Bram Stoker's Dracula
Citizen Kane and Rare. Greatest film, one of the greatest beers, but it fits the mold of the film more than Heady.
Beck's and Das Boot
Any Flying Dog and Fear and Loathing
i see what you did there, hahaha
id add Hopslam and the Wrestler or my personal fave, Brooklyn Sorachi Ace and Rounders
Earnest Scared Stupid and Hop Stoopid.
The rooftop scene in "Shawshank Redemption" where the prisoners were allowed a cold Stroh's (I think) is an absolute must see for any beer drinker. Talk about appreciating a beer.
Dumb and Dumber and any combination of BMC products.