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Bar sells Pliny the Younger as Miller High Life so that it wouldn’t sell out immediately

[...] the BeerMongers did have a sixth barrel of Pliny the Younger that they tapped at 3 p.m. Friday, but they didn’t want to fall victim to Plinymania, which would’ve likely drained the keg before there regulars started checking in after work. So they put it on the board as Miller High Life for $7 for a 12-oz. glass

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5 thoughts on “Bar sells Pliny the Younger as Miller High Life so that it wouldn’t sell out immediately

  1. Maybe Oregonians are more lax, but in most places it’s illegal to sell a beer under a different name — especially a brand name — than the beer is actually assigned from the brewery and authorized by the TTB.

    PtY madness is completely absurd, but this bar should face stiff fines for this.

  2. Whatever, man, that’s f-ing hilarious! They probably weren’t “selling” it, because who the hell pays $7 for High Life? I doubt one person walked up and said, “What’s up with that High Life? Must be good at that price,” and ordered some.

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