Boughten: Narragansett Beer in Wisconsin


The entire contents of the author’s refrigerator.

When my father wanted to drink irresponsibly as a young man in New England, he did so with Narragansett Beer. Unfortunately, living in Wisconsin, I’ve been forced — until now, at least — I’ve been forced to break from family tradition and drink other brands of beer irresponsibly.

Recently, however, Narragansett announced their intentions to fulfill the brewery’s manifest destiny — i.e. to overspread and to possess the whole of the continent which Providence has given them, etc., etc.

And, fortunate for those who (a) operate baseball-related blogs and (b) are unafraid to employ the flimsiest of pretenses, it appears as though Narragansett has released — and the author has purchased today a six pack of — something called Grand Slam Baseball Cans, the distinguishing characteristic of which is that it (i.e. the aforementioned can) features a design with a baseball and playing field and also some cheerful comments on the nature of the game itself.




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Petetown Matt
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Petetown Matt
4 years 10 days ago

Anything will outdo the Jays themed Budweiser cans

Well-Beered Englishman
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Well-Beered Englishman
4 years 10 days ago

Has anyone tried Brooklyn’s new Pennant Ale? Comments?

Resolution
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Resolution
4 years 9 days ago

It’s not new, but it IS delicious.

jcxy
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jcxy
4 years 10 days ago

i love the notion that one’s beer lot in life is passed down

olethros
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olethros
4 years 9 days ago

That caption lies. I can clearly see what appears to be a half-consumed gallon of iced tea in the corner.

Smooth
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Smooth
4 years 9 days ago

Scandalous! I expect more on this story as it develops.

MustBunique
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4 years 8 days ago

Farewell and adieu to you, fair Spanish ladies.
Farewell and adieu, you ladies of Spain.
For we’ve received orders for to sail back to Boston.
And so nevermore shall we see you again.

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