What do you think about a beer made just for hunters?
This way when the hunter is out in the woods drunk, the game which they are hunting won't be able to see their camouflaged beer can that they are drinking out of. Yet other drunk hunters in the general area will be able to identify them from the safety orange that's painted onto the beer can. How can anything go wrong with a bunch of drunk hunters with loaded guns running around each other in the woods together?
I think that it would be better if there was not any hunting of the poor animals.
This is a win win win situation. Too drunk to hit the animals, drunk enough to shoot each other, and probably drunk enough to scare off anything that is not also drunk.
I got nothing against drunks, drinking, guns and hunting. But still!!
This should come in kegs as well. For those long hunting nights. Innovative, and definitely without common sense. Does this come in deer musk flavor?
Whisky/Whiskey is better for 'overnighters' (you'd fall asleep on beer and then where would you be? Shooting up some old grandad out with his pooch on walkies, like as not) .
Beer and shotguns - perfect together!!
Old Milwaukee in the Camouflage can should be the official beer of the Darwin Awards.
"What made Milwaukee famous, made a boozer out of me..."
(With apologies to the writer Glenn Sutton). It's time to get out of the woods, lads. It's getting too dangerous in there. The bears're all tanked up on Old Milwaukee and shootin' the rangers!
[Rumours abound that grizzlies located the camouflaged cans when looking for beehives. Then one of them found a gun left behind by a sozzled hunter who'd lost his stash of cans and put his rifle down whilst he searched for them. Rangers ran for their lives when Yogi bear and Boo-Boo turned up at a picnic site in a 4X4 armed and drunk]. Was this ever in a Hanna-Barbera cartoon plot?
A camouflaged container is a bad idea whether it's for hunters, campers or fishermen. When you can't easily see the can it's more likely you will leave it behind contributing to littering the environment and we already have enough of that.
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