Clint Eastwood plays a thief who accidentally witnesses The President commit a crime. He goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a bottle of Miller Genuine Draft and is also spotted with Icehouse and Sharp’s neon. Mark Margolis also appears.
David Naughton stars in this cheesy, beer friendly skiing comedy. He has an interesting resume that includes a Dr. Pepper commercial, “An American Werewolf in London” and the 1978 disco hit “Makin’ It” which spawned a sitcom in which he also starred. Beer wise we spot Coors cans, bottles, cases and signage. There are also bottles of Becks and Killian’s …
Steve Martin plays the good natured, conniving military man in this beer filled comedy. There are a dozen brands to be seen including Budweiser, Bud Light, Dry and Ice. Phil Hartman is spotted with an Alan Jackson Miller Lite neon and Glenne Headly abbeers with 6 different lights and signs in a single scene.
There are an impressive 18 brands on display (or partial display) in this James Gandolfini crime drama. Bottles of Heineken Light, Stella Artois, Dos Equis and Newcastle Brown Ale are sighted. There are 7 neons including Stroh’s, Schlitz and Yuengling. We also spy a Corona football, a Guinness tapper, a Schaefer sign and an oversized Budweiser bottle light.
Lots to see here. Matt Damon, Frances McDormand and John Krasinski star with some great Pennsylvania brews in this drama. Duquesne, DuBois Export, Rolling Rock, Yuengling, Victory, Penn Brewing and Iron City, IC Light and IC Golden bottles and/or signs are spotted. Budweiser & Bud Light, Busch, Natural Light, Stella Artois a Pabst Blue Ribbon also abbeer.
Charlie Sheen and Christopher McDonald star in this forgettable film that features some good looks at bottles of Coors, Killians and Budweiser. There’s also a bunch of obscured and partial neon signs including Corona, Samuel Adams and Miller Lite.
Norm MacDonald and Artie Lange get into the revenge for hire business in this comedy that features plenty of Coors products. There’s lots of good bar signage including Gunther’s, Great Lakes Brewing and more. Chris Farley and Jack Warden also abbeer.
Mars is the setting for this Arnold Schwarzenegger futuristic flick. There’s great stuff here including a Coors ‘Martian Red’ neon and a Miller Lite neon behind video phone with Sharon Stone on the line. Nice MGD signage as well and if you blinked you probably missed the Beck’s sign. Rumor has it, in the director’s cut, the mutant ‘Kuato’ pops …
Billy Crystal and Gregory Hines star as Chicago cops on the trail of a drug dealer. There’s good neon here including Moosehead, Natty Light, Killians and Oly. We also get plenty of Stroh’s cans and a Stroh’s Light tapper. Finally, there’s a sweet “This Bud’s For You” ad on Wrigley Field sign.
Chicago is the setting for this 80’s romantic comedy starring Rob Lowe and Demi Moore. There’s plenty of good stuff to see here including a bear wearing a Jim McMahon jersey with a Moosehead mirror in frame. We also get Jim Belushi wearing a Blackhawks Al Secord jersey with a Coors Light can nearby. During the bar scenes we get …
Coors and Killian’s Red are the beers featured with T.K. Carter in this weak cross dressing comedy.
Those air traffic controllers work hard and play harder. John Cusack and Billy Bob Thornton guzzle down any and all Coors product they can get their hands on.