This cult classic sees Melvin the Mop Boy morph into the title character. There are Budweiser and Miller High Life cans in Slug’s locker. Bud cans are also spotted in 2 different vehicle scenes. Toxie himself, Mitch Cohen, abbeers with cases of Colt 45 and green cans of Ballentine Ale with love interest Andree Maranda.
Spike Lee wrote and directed this racially charged Brooklyn dramatic comedy. He and Danny Aiello abbeer with Miller Genuine Draft, Lite and Colt 45 neons. Ossie Davis has a few beer scenes including a rare sighting of green cans of Ballentine Ale.
Warren Beatty is a disillusioned politician who turns to hip-hop to get his message across. He abbeers with a 40 oz Colt 45 and a couple of unknown brands.
Bill Murray abbeers with Budweiser signage in this bank robbing comedy. Check out counter features 40’s of Colt 45 and Olde English 800 and sixers of Coors and Bud. Jason Robards is spotted in front of a Coors filled cooler and there’s also an ad for ‘The Banquet Beer’ on the bus.
Tyrin Turner and Larenz Tate star in this urban drama that features a ‘Beers on Film’ record 5 varieties of “Forties”…Olde English 800, St Ides, Colt 45, Coors and Coors Light. There’s also Budweiser and Corona neon and an array of six packs in the liquor store cooler. Thanks to Aaron Johnson of Janesville WI for this one.
Former ‘SNL’ stars Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte are spotted with plenty of Pabst Blue Ribbon and Colt 45 in this horny comedy. Nick Kroll also abbeers with PBR and Don Johnson makes a beer cameo with a case of Colt 45.
Seth Rogen are Rose Byrne are a quiet couple with a baby and Zac Efron is the hard partying frat boy neighbor. There is all sorts of Pabst Blue Ribbon stuff including bottles, 2 sizes of cans, cases, pint glasses and a trucker hat. Old Milwaukee cans and cases are spotted and there’s also a Colt 45 forty oz..
Patrick Swayze and Sam Elliot team up to tame a rowdy bar with a bunch of Miller High Life, Genuine Draft and Lite bottles, cans, signs and tappers. There’s also a nice Colt 45 neon, and Old Style menu board, a guy in a Rainier tank top and a couple gettin’ busy in the store room with background cases of …
John Cusack and Anthony Edwards abbeer together in multiple scenes with cans of Rolling Rock and Miller Lite and High Life. The lovely Daphne Zuniga shot-guns 2 different fake brands and Cusack juggles half quart cans of Colt 45. There’s also a nice collection of imported bottles.
Tom Arnold is a passenger and Mo’Nique is a flight attendant on the maiden flight of a black-owned airline. The Colt 45 placement is strong with cans, 40’s and plenty of signage.
Damian Chapa, Jesse Borrego and Benjamin Bratt star in this gang bangin’ drug drama based on the true life of poet Jimmy Santiago Baca. There are nice cans in this one including vintage Budweiser and Pabst Blue Ribbon and a half quart Colt 45. Bud bottle and Tecate also appear.
Clint Eastwood plays a hard nosed Marine at odds with his superiors, his wife and his platoon which he leads into action in Grenada. Lot’s of brands on display here including Budweiser, Beck’s, Schlitz and Schaefer to name a few plus we get Clint going BTM (beer to mouth) with a can of Tecate.
This post gives us a whole bunch of Brat Packers and neon signs. Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Emelio Estevez, Ally Sheedy and Judd Nelson are all spotted with Lowenbrau bottles. We also see Miller Lite, Meister Brau, Colt 45 cans and a Budweiser dartboard. We hit the neon jackpot at the ‘Antique Restoration’ store which features vintage Weber, Andeker, Esslinger,and …
Al Pacino and Christopher Walken co-star as aging crooks who get the old gang back together in this crime comedy. There’s a bevy of cool bar room signs including Old Milwaukee, Miller and Pabst. We also get a beautiful Budweiser Clydesdale sign. If that wasn’t enough, legend Billy Dee Williams appears in a painting pitching his trademark Colt 45.
This is the story of the rise of Los Angeles gangsta rap pioneers N.W.A.. Old Milwaukee cans and St Ides 40’s are spotted throughout. O’Shea Jackson Jr. nails the portrayal of his father Ice Cube and Paul Giamatti is convincing as the sleazy promoter.
Sean Penn, and his Colt 45 t-shirt, gives a memorable performance as ‘Spicoli’ in this classic 80’s teen comedy. He also drains a Hamm’s in Jefferson’s car and pulls bongs in his bedroom with background Lone Star bottles. Thankfully for Judge Reinhold there wasn’t a beer in frame during his ‘Phoebe Cates’ fantasy scene.
Brian Dennehy is back for sequel with some good Bud bow tie neon. A bug eyed Bryan Brown appears with a pretty good Schlitz sign and a UNIDENTIFIED green bottle. Help us ID this mystery beer. There’s also a subtle Colt 45 sticker. I don’t believe there were any beer scenes in the original F/X.