The Beer Before and After Round

People get a kick out of the Before and After Rounds, so I thought I’d post this week’s on here, especially since it’s Beer Week. A beer name forms the first part of the answer, then melds into the second part of the answer. For example, if I said “America’s best selling beer skipped this, just like Procol Harum did in Whiter Shade of Pale.” The answer would be Bud Light Fandango. Got it? Good. And keep in mind, sometimes the match will be in the middle of a word. (So if I said “The King of Beers had this explorer and entrepreneur beheaded”, you’d answer Budweiser Walter Raleigh.)

1. This beer from Latrobe helped inspire a 2012 film that featured Russell Brand, Alec Baldwin, and Tom Cruise.

2. This company bought Anhesuer Busch in 2008, much to the chagrin of Donna, Steve, and Dylan.

3. This malt liquor, often sold in 40 ounce bottles, was nowhere to be seen in a 1988 film starring Kevin Costner.

4. This beer won’t give you bitter face, which may come as a stunner to your opponents.

5. I wouldn’t be surprised if you found some of this beer, brewed by Miller, being consumed at this sketchy hotel on 21st and Spring Garden.

6. This Dutch beer inspired this man to write The Pillars of the Earth and its sequel World Without End.

7.  Drinking this Canadian beer shouldn’t make you fear the reaper.

8. Billy Dee Williams warned me that drinking this could cause Denial, Anger, and Depression, among others.

9.  I’ve heard that this English ale is all that He-Man drinks at this fortress.

10. This Jamaican beer probably wasn’t served at the Neil Stein restaurant that sparked the Philly dining renaissance.


1. Rolling Rock of Ages

2. InBeverly Hills 90210

3. Schlitz (Malt Liquor) Red Bull Durham

4. Keystone Cold Steve Austin

5. Milwaukee’s Best Western

6. Heineken Follett

7. Labatt’s Blue Oyster Cult

8. Colt Forty-Five Stages of Grief

9. Newcastle Greyskull

10. Red Stripe(d) Bass

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