4-0 on the weekend and Can/Am Chicago 2018 Champions. Great job Fellas. After party in The Stanley Club.
‘Breaking Bad’ legend Bryan Cranston and Miles Teller star in this comedy that features tres Mexican brews. The boys both abbeer with cans of Tecate and Corona and we also spot a Pacifico sign.
Robert Redford plays an aging rodeo star in this romantic comedy/drama. Country music legend Willie Nelson abbeers with bottles of Michelob and Coors. Jane Fonda plays the reporter and love interest and is spotted with a background Miller High Life sign and an unlit neon.
Paul Newman plays a drifter who returns home after an unsuccessful stint in Hollywood in this southern drama. He abbeers with unlit Coors and Hamm’s liquor store neon signs. Ed Begley is ‘Boss Finley’, the local politician who is spotted with background Budweiser signs.
Down 5-2 with 8 minutes remaining…furious comeback ties it up late…win it in 11th round of shootout to preserve 22-0 PERFECT SEASON. After party at New-be’s.
Kurt Russell is stationed in Antarctica where an unfrozen, shape-shifting alien is on the loose. He abbeers with cans of Coors and Budweiser and a six pack of Natural Light. Wilford Brimley, Richard Masur, Keith David, T.K. Carter and Donald Moffat are in brew scenes with Busch and Natty Light neons and stacked Bud cases.
A mulletted Kevin Bacon and William Baldwin are medical students flirting with near death experiences. They abbeer with a Miller Lite six pack and a Budweiser bow tie neon. Julia Roberts, Oliver Platt and ‘The Bacon-ator’ are also spotted with a High Life clock sign.
“I’m mad as Hell and I’m not going to take this anymore”. This newscast drama won 4 Oscars and features Robert DuVall and Wesley Addy at lunch with a well placed bottle of Heineken.
Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Ryan Dunn and the rest of the boys take their antics to the silver screen. There’s lots of Miller placement including Steve-O draining a bottle of High Life and Wee Man in a Miller t-shirt. We also spot Bass and Budweiser signs with Pandas in Japan and a case of Foster’s as the ample rumped Preston …
This bio-drama stars Quinton Aaron as Michael Oher who goes from homeless to first round NFL draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens. We spot the big man draining a ’40’ of Olde English 800.
Sean Penn and Timothy Hutton are the title characters in this espionage thriller. There are numerous Lowenbrau and Lowenbrau Dark sightings to go along with a few Miller High Life and Budweiser scenes. Richard Masur, Pat Tingle and Dorian Harewood offer supporting beer roles.
I don’t know what kind of film they used to make this picture but DVD quality is not great. Anyhoo…in this advertising drama we spot a bearded ‘Six Million Dollar Man’, Lee Majors, with Miller neon and bottles of High Life. Unfortunately Robert Mitchum does not abbeer with brew.
Wacky scientist Jeff Goldblum accidentally swaps DNA with a winged insect and mayhem ensues. There’s great barroom signage including Stroh’s, Molson Export, Budweiser, Miller and a possible Tuborg Gold. We also get a couple looks at a bottle of Labatts 50 Ale…one with a broken forearm from arm wrestling match.
John Cusack is a small time conman in this drama that features generous Miller placement. High Life, Lite and Genuine Draft are all spotted. A white wigged Angelica Huston and young sailor Jeremy Piven also abbeer.
The Boston Globe calls it ‘The Citizen Kane of alcoholic clown movies’. Bobcat Goldthwait plays the title character and is captured with bottles of Baderbrau and various bar signs including Dos Equis. Fellow clown Adam Sandler abbeers with great neon. Florence Henderson, Julie Brown and ‘Trump fan’ Kathy Griffin all have beer cameos. We also observe 2 Budweiser, Dinkel Acker …
Jack Nicholson and Jessica Lange have a steamy affair in this drama that includes a large outdoor Eastside sign and bottles. We also spot a Budweiser and fuzzy Pabst Blue Ribbon outdoor sign.
Quentin Tarantino makes his directorial debut with this crime thriller that features Tim Roth and Randy Brooks with a Budweiser bow tie neon at the diner.
Legendary film maker Bruce Brown directed this documentary about motorcycle racing which features Steve McQueen enjoying a post race can of Coors.
Great cast and great vintage Pabst Blue Ribbon items on display in this dramatic comedy set in the 1930’s. James Stewart, Strother Martin and a young Kurt Russell all abbeer (barely) with a table top quart bottle of PBR. George Kennedy is spotted with a nice neon and 2 other wall signs. We also get a few partial looks at …
Robert Mitchum and Jack Lemmon battle for the affections of the lovely Rita Hayworth in this dramatic adventure. The boys abbeer with bottles of Carlsberg in the bar and while trapped in damaged ship. We also spot flat top cans of Schlitz, Pabst Blue Ribbon and gold Budweisers.
Former ‘SCTV’ castmates Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara couple up as Terrier enthusiasts in this dog show comedy. They, and Winky, are spotted with bottles of Miller High Life, Lite and Genuine Draft.
Heath Ledger delivered a memorable performance as The Joker in this adventure that features a Budweiser Select neon sign and bottles of Bud. I’m not sure of those green bottles.
Jeff Bridges portrays maverick car designer Preston Tucker in this bio-drama. He abbeers with a young, Schlitz guzzling Christian Slater.
Al Pacino plays an American race car driver who falls in love with a dying woman while racing in Europe. The lone brew sighting in this dramatic romance is a background Walliser Bier sign in the bar.
Sylvester Stallone is back, again, in the role that made him famous. The punchy pugilist bellies up to the bar with a well displayed bottle of Rolling Rock. There are also Budweiser and Coors Light signs and a cooler with bottles including Heineken.
Marilyn Monroe stars as a saloon singer who’s hounded by cowboy Don Murray in this romantic comedy. Neither appear with a brew but we do spot a background, partial Schlitz billboard which would be a beauty if shown in its entirety.
London is the back drop for this story of a grifter who tries to be a big time wrestling promoter. At Piccadilly Circus we spot a ‘Guinness is Good For You’ sign. We also see what I believe to be a Mann’s Brown Ale sign on the side of a double decker bus.
Paul Newman’s a cowboy who gets caught up in a shady Mexican cattle deal. Nicely displayed cans of Olympia are seen early. While south of the border, we spot an old school Corona bottle, cases of Carta Blanca and Lee Marvin with a bottle of the aforementioned cerveza. The boys abbeer together with a cattle car case of Tecate. Wayne …
Vonetta McGee drains a can of Coors in a darkroom for the lone beer sighing in this classic 70’s ‘Blaxploitation’ film.
Matt Dillon and his crew of junkies, including Heather Graham, rob pharmacies to get their fix. Bottles of Miller High Life are the brew of choice in this destructive drama.
Richard Dreyfuss and Emelio Estevez star but don’t abbeer in any of the Budweiser and Bud Light scenes in this action comedy. There’s also a Coors pool table light.
Paul Newman plays boxer Rocky Graziano in this bio-pic that captured 2 Oscars. There are great stacks of Schlitz, Hamm’s, Budweiser, Pabst Blue Ribbon and Goetz Pale cases. There’s also a row of neon signs that include Rheingold, Ruppert Knickerbocker, Schaefer and a partial Bud.
Ken Wahl (tv’s ‘Wiseguy’) and Dolph Sweet ( tv’s ‘Gimme a Break’) star in this early 60’s New York neighborhood gang drama. There’s a great Schaefer neon and bottle and a subtle Miller High Life neon.
Samuel L. Jackson takes on the role that Richard Roundtree made famous in the 70’s. There are bottles of Heineken and NFL Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor abbeers with a background case. Christian Bale is spotted with a San Miguel neon and unknown bottles.
Harland Williams, who was great in “There’s Something About Mary”, stars in this ill advised sequel to the 1984 Tom Hanks classic. We spot bottles of Miller Lite, Coors Light, Budweiser and Greg Pitt with a Grandville. There’s also a great Bud Light bowling pin neon with Danny Jacobs.
A few bottles of Dos Equis on a cluttered table account for the lone brew sighting in this Pam Grier action flick.
Billy Zane is a sharp shooter on a mission to take out a rebel leader in the jungles of Cenrtal America. We spot cases and outdoor signs for the local Panama brews Balboa and Atlas.
This Cameron Diaz romantic comedy features bottles of Red Stripe and Bud Light court signage at an NBA game.
We battled Cheeseheads and bitter cold and came away with a hard fought 2-2 record. See you next year.
Ron O’Neal plays a New York cocaine dealer lookin’ to make a big score before retiring. We spot Ballentine, Schaefer and Miller neon signs and cans of Budweiser and High Life.
Paul Newman is a private eye hired to find a kidnapped husband in this action drama. He abbeers with Shelley Winters and a bottle of Lowenbrau and with Robert Wagner and a fake brand. There are also alley cases of Budweiser and Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Keith Gordon, who played Rodney Danngerfield’s son in “Back to School”, is a nerd who buys a possessed car in this adaptation of the Stephen King novel. He and John Stockwell abbeer with cans of the fake brand Southern Cross.
Joaquin Phoenix plays a lonely writer who develops a relationship with his female computer operating system. He’s spotted with a bottle of a fake brand.
Vivien Leigh, Karl Malden and Kim Hunter all captured Oscars for their performances in this New Orleans drama based on the screen play by Tennessee Williams. Marlon Brando delivers a memorable performance as ‘Stanley Kowalski’ and abbeers in many scenes with the fake brand Sweney’s.
A mutton chopped Jude Law abbeers with an array of tappers including Foster’s and also an unknown yellow labeled bottle in this criminal comedy.
This Eddie Griffin action comedy features bottles of Miller Genuine Draft and also a billboard en Espanol. I’m not sure of the brand they’re drinking on the couch.
The Pabst Blue Ribbon sightings are glorious in this World War II comedy. Bob Hope lifts troop morale by procuring cans of PBR that were entombed in a ship sunk by a Japanese submarine. Other stars with brew include funny woman Phyllis Diller, Dick Sargent (the 2nd Darren on ‘Bewitched’), William Christopher (Fr. Mulcahy from M*A*S*H), Japanese character actor Mako …
Paul Newman plays a lawyer who takes on a medical malpractice case in this griping drama that was nominated for 5 Oscars. He abbeers with Schaefer and Miller High Life neon signs and bottles and cans of Budweiser. Jack Warden is also spotted with brew.
Jack Nicholson directed this comedy/drama that features the googly eyed Karen Black with fuzzy background supermarket six packs of Miller High Life cans and Old English bottles.
Whoopi Goldberg and Jim Belushi team up for this forgettable comedy that features some good Miller signage. We also get a cooler shot with bottles of MGD and Lite with Anne Ramsey who you may remember from “Throw Mama From the Train”.
Rock stars and beer go together like peanut butter and jelly. Here are a few blasts from the past.
David Hess, Marc Sheffler and Jeramie Rain kidnap and brutally attack two tenny boppers who are in town buying weed for a concert. There are plenty of cans of the New York brew Rheingold to be seen.
Gene Hackman plays a private detective who stumbles upon a murder in this thriller that features a Miller High Life can and plastic cups.
Bollywood lover Jimi Mistry joins buddies Emil Marwa and Ajay Naidu in New York in this comedy that features stacks of Budweiser cases, numerous bottle scenes and a great look at a 40 ounce.
It’s all about the signs in this comedy that finds Goldie Hawn coaching an inner city high school football team. At the restaurant we spot 3 Mexican neons Cerveza Lite, Cerveza Coors and Cerveza Bud. In the bar there’s a Coors pool table light.
Kiefer Sutherland is an undercover cop who allies himself with a Native American and abbeers with a Coors neon. There’s also a shiny green can of Genesee Cream Ale and an unknown mystery bottle on the table.
Eddie Murphy doesn’t appear with a brew in this sequel to the 1984 hit but we do spy “Mad About You” star Paul Reiser with a couple bottles of Budweiser.
This documentary chronicles the Rolling Stones free concert at the Altamont Speedway in California in Dec 6, 1969. The Hells Angels are spotted with numerous cans of Hamm’s and a can of Buckhorn with Grace Slick in background. The Jefferson Airplane songstress is also seen onstage (her back anyway) with a can of Budweiser and Michael Lang who was the …
Chris Cooper goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a beautifully displayed bottle of Stroh’s in this bio-drama about Homer Hickam, a coal miner’s son who takes up rocketry.
This soccer comedy earns a ‘yellow card’ for weak script, performances and beer placement. Will Ferrell and Robert DuVall abbeer with backyard barbeque Amstels(?). There’s also a Miller High Life neon and side views of a Foster’s bottle.