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Dec 18…Happy Beer-thday Brad Pitt

Check out Brad Pitt’s beer scenes from “Fight Club”, “Kalifornia”, “The Counsellor”, “Killing Them Softly”, “Ocean’s Thirteen”, “True Romance” and “The Mexican”.

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Kalifornia (1993)

Brad Pitt and Juliette Lewis abbeer together in several of the many Lucky Lager scenes in this serial killer thriller. David Duchovny and Michelle Forbes are also spotted as are Pabst Blue Ribbon bottles, cans and neon. Hamm’s product’s include cans, bottles, neon and 2 different looks at the Hamm’s Bear.

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Killing Them Softly (2012)

Brad Pitt is an enforcer who must restore order after a mob card game gets robbed. He goes BTM (beer to mouth) with bottles of both Michelob and Budweiser.

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Counsellor, The (2013)

Michael Fassbender and Brad Pitt abbeer together with a couple bottles of Heineken in this drama about a lawyer who gets involved in drug trafficking. There are also a couple of unknown mystery bottles.

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Fight Club (1999)

Brad Pitt and Edward Norton star in this thrilling drama that features bottles of Budweiser and cans of Busch. There are also a couple different Bud signs and an oversized plastic bottle.

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True Romance (1993)

Quentin Tarantino wrote this story of Christian Slater ripping off his girlfriend’s (Patricia Arquette) pimps (Gary Oldman) cocaine and high tailing it to Hollywood. Brad Pitt and Michael Rapaport are his California buddies and Miller Genuine Draft bottles are the beer of choice.

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Ocean’s Thirteen (2007)

Here’s one for the ladies. George Clooney and Brad Pitt, who’ve combined to win People Magazine’s ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ 4 times, lead the way in the third installment in the ‘Ocean’s’ franchise. The Amstel placement is delightful and we spot Dos Equis and Negra Modelo bottles as well.

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Mexican, The (2001)

Brad Pitt transports a cursed gun across the border in this action comedy. We spy Corona and Nerga Modelo bottles, an outdoor wall sign and some unidentified green bottles with James Gandolfini. J.K. Simmons also appears.