10 Traditional Beer Slogans That Haven’t Aged Well

, 10 Traditional Beer Slogans That Haven’t Aged WellWe recently showcased some of craft beer’s best slogans…But many of the traditional beer slogans that were widely celebrated back in the day, have not held up as well over the years…And here are some unfortunate examples.

Carlsberg Brewing – Slogan: Carlsberg…Probably the best beer in the world.”   Really? You’re not sure?

Old Milwaukee Beer – Slogan:  “It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This!”   And unfortunately this sucks.

St. Pauli Girl – Slogan: “Put her on a pedestal, or a coaster.”   In today’s politically correct climate we’re pretty sure we wouldn’t be going there.

Toohey’s Beer – Slogan: “How do you feel? I feel like a Toohey’s.”     Hey, we feel like shit…you got any of that?

Dos Equis – Slogan:  “Sooner or later you’ll get it.”    So the message is to keep trying? For how long?

Coors Light – Slogan: “This is our beer.”   Good to know.

Molson Canadian – Slogan: “I am Canadian.”    Also good to know.

Amstel – Slogan: “Our beer.”   Expect a cease and desist from Coors Light.

Stella Artois – Slogan: “Looks ugly. Tastes great.”   We’re not kidding…that was part of their plastic beer bottle campaign. But there was also…”Stella Artois. Reassuringly expensive.”

Courage Beer – Slogan: “It’s what your right arm’s for.”   Not your hands? We’ve absolutely no idea where they were going with this campaign.


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