This beer was put on the market in 1903 and is Miller Brewing‘s oldest brand. Miller High Life can be considered the forerunner of the modern American lager beers. High Life is grouped under the pilsner category of beers, although it has slightly less alcohol than European pilsners, at 4.7% ABV. The prevailing slogan on current packaging is “The Champagne of Beers”, which is an adaptation of its long standing slogan “The Champagne of Bottled Beers”. It was originally available in miniature champagne bottles and was one of the premier high end beers in the country for many years.
[Hahn Brewery] was originally a brewer of premium beers, including Hahn Premium and Hahn Premium Light. The 1991 recession resulted in reduced demand, and forced a rethink of this policy. A more mainstream beer called Sydney Bitter was produced, with reasonable success.
Venice is world-famous for its canals. It is built on an archipelago of 122 islands formed by about 150 canals in a shallow lagoon. The islands on which the city is built are connected by about 400 bridges. In the old center, the canals serve the function of roads, and every form of transport is on water or on foot.
Molson Canada is North America’s oldest brewery. It is a business division under the Molson Coors Brewing Company. Molson Canada has 3500 employees at various locations across Canada, including breweries in Vancouver, Edmonton, Creemore, Toronto, Montreal and St. John’s.
A sexual innuendo is a remark or question, typically disparaging, that works obliquely by allusion. The intention is often to insult or accuse someone in such a way that one’s words, taken literally, are innocent. Innuendo can make use of, but is by no means restricted to, double entendre (note that doubles entendres can be unintentional, while innuendo is always intentional).
A stubby is the general term for short glass bottles used for beer. Stubbies are shorter and fatter than longneck bottles and therefore pack into a smaller space for transporting. The bottles are sometimes made with thick glass so that the bottle can be cleaned and reused before being recycled. Red Stripe beer from Jamaica uses the stubby bottle.
Hahn Brewery was established by Dr Charles “Chuck” Hahn in 1986 at an old factory site in the suburb of Camperdown in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
[A bubble bath], less ambiguously known as a foam bath, can be obtained by adding a product containing foaming surfactants to water and temporarily aerating it by agitation (often merely by the fall of water from a faucet). The practice is popular for personal bathing because the foam insulates the bath water, keeping it warm for longer, and (as a lime soap dispersant) prevents or reduces deposits on the bath tub at and below the water level (called “bathtub ring” and soap scum, respectively) produced by soap and hard water. It can also keep the body of the bather from being visible, preserving modesty while giving the appearance that a performer who is actually clothed is tub-bathing normally. Children find foam baths particularly amusing, so they are an inducement to get them into the bathtub.
Mr. Quincy Magoo [better known as Mr. Magoo] is a cartoon character created by John Hubley in 1949, for UPA. Hubley based the character on his former professor Francis Peabody Magoun, who bore some physical resemblance to the character. Voiced by Jim Backus (also famed in popular culture for his role as Thurston Howell III in the 1960s sitcom Gilligan’s Island), Quincy Magoo is a wealthy, short-statured retiree who gets into a series of sticky situations as a result of his nearsightedness, compounded by his stubborn refusal to admit the problem, in which the affected people (or animals) think that he is a lunatic, rather than just being near-sighted.
Pabst Brewing Company is an American company founded in 1844 by Jacob Best. Best known for Pabst Blue Ribbon beer [as well as Stag, a pale lager], it is historically associated with Milwaukee, Wisconsin where it was founded, although its corporate headquarters are currently in Woodridge, Illinois. Pabst retains a datacenter in San Antonio, Texas, the previous location of its headquarters. In 1999, the Pabst Brewing Company began transferring its production to Miller Brewing Company on a contract basis. In 2001, it closed its last brewery in Allentown, Pennsylvania.