The company has announced new camouflage cans with a red, white, and blue logo. And proceeds benefit a veterans charity. The only way to get more 'Merica as f*ck would be if you had an opportunity to win a pet bald eagle.
Wendy Yuengling, Chief Administrative Officer, said of the collaboration (h/t
“As the Oldest Brewery in America, we are dedicated to supporting the U.S. military and are always seeking ways to further show our appreciation to those that protect our country’s freedom.
We are grateful to partner with Team Red, White & Blue, an organization that shares our devotion to the men and women that have served as our nation’s heroes.”
Each can also has a QR code that you can scan to win an exclusive party pack compliments of brand ambassador, country artist Lee Brice. It makes sense. Brice, like me, belongs to the drinking class. If you're one of us raise a glass.
Either way, Yuengling is brewed in America and there is never a wrong time to support our veterans. Becoming the beer that is the polar opposite of "get woke, go broke" is merely a fringe benefit. Speaking on behalf of center-right Americans who are sick of companies pandering to the radical left, we spend a lot of money on beer.
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