Who doesn't like chocolate chip cookies? But Goose Island IPA is really good. It must have been a hard one, but good decision!
Someone has their priorities straight during the COVID-19 lock-down.
Organic free range chicken, low sodium beef flavored broth and chicken broth? A little of everything there in exchange for not a bad beer at all.
Single serve on-the-go hummus? Another easy decision, even if it was for low-calorie Corona.
That's one sad looking bag of salad. Easy choice.
I'll never understand why marketing departments feel the need to put "Restaurant Style" on food packaging. Just makes me think someone spit or put their dick in it during preparation, just like in a restaurant. Mmmm... "Restaurant Style". Good choice going with the beer.
I've never had PBR Easy (light). But I've got to imagine it's terrible. Not sure if it's better or worse than orange Jell-O snack packs. But either way, this person has terrible taste.
And on Christmas Eve?!? Were they deciding which to have for Christmas dinner? I'm glad I wasn't invited to this baby Jesus celebration.
Not sure what the upgrade even was here. Redd's Hard Apple Cider? Twisted Tea Original Hard Iced Tea? A 40oz'er? In any case, beer (or at least alcohol of some sort) was the victor.
This was an easy one. Wait! This mouthwash has zero alcohol?
Those steaks look good, but Yuengling Lager ain't terrible either. I imagine this was a very long decision.
Bubble, Fizz, Gulp! Marketing can be so lame. Rhinegeist, on the other hand, makes amazing beer, easy choice.
I just can't see the same person deciding between a bag of organic popcorn and a case of Bud Light. I can (however) understand why Bud Light comes by the case. It takes about 15 just to get a slight buzz as it's only 4.2% alcohol. A real man's beer is 7% alcohol at least.
Remind me again why Bud Light exist? Fat guys longing to get in shape that have no tastebuds after years of taking hot viscous fluids to the mouth?
WTF is Mike's My Party Picks with HARD Watermelon Lemonade? Sounds like a drink actually designed for high school girls.