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Pabst Blue Ribbon made the film entitled " The Greatest Beer Run Ever".
Someone else can link it
Hey! PBR, Falstaf and Budweiser were the only brands available in II Corps Central Highlands 1969.

They got us by.

Leave your beer or pop sit overnight so one could enjoy(?) a ‘cool’ one in the morning.

Ice? Forget it!
 
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Hey! PBR, Falstaf and Budweiser were the only brands available in II Corps Central Highlands 1969.

They got us by.

Leave your beer or pop sit overnight so one could enjoy(?) a ‘cool’ one in the morning.

Ice? Forget it!
Ok...Did you acquire the German preference for beer that isn't ice cold? Myself, I'm quite happy with room temperature (just a bit cool), particularly if it is a dark beer. Cellar temperature is best.
 
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"It is believed that the very first hot dog – once called ‘dachshund sausages’ – was sold by a German immigrant out of a food cart in New York in the 1860s. Around 1870, a German immigrant by the name of Charles Feltman opened the first hot dog stand on Coney Island. He sold over 3,600 frankfurters (in a bun) that year. In 1880, a sausage vendor in St. Louis who gave white gloves to customers to hold their hot sausages ran out of gloves; he began giving out the hot links inside a white bun instead."
 
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