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Saturday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1940 and 1950. In the 1940s and 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this 1940 ad, actress, expert swimmer and tennis star Jinx...
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Friday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1958. In the late 1940s and 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this ad, Canadian-American bandleader and violinist Guy Lombardo,...
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Thursday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1946. In the late 1940s and 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this ad, American tennis champion Don Budge, compares the consistency...
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Wednesday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1953. In the late 1940s and 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this ad, English actor Edmund Gwenn, best known for playing...
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Tuesday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1946. In the late 1940s and 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this ad, American burlesque/vaudeville dancer in the first half of the...
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Monday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1953. In the late 1940s and 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this ad, American jazz trombonist, composer, conductor and bandleader of...
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On Saturday the 18th annual Double IPA Festival was held at the Bistro in Hayward, California. I got there early for judging again this year, and was sequestered in the dark, dank basement out of the view of the beautiful Bay Area sun for most of the morning. We judged 63 Double IPAs and 36...
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Sunday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1953. In the late 1940s and 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this ad, American actress, star of Hollywood films, Broadway...
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Saturday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1941. In the 1940s and 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this ad, sportswriter Bill Corum, talks about how he slakes his...
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Friday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1948. In the late 1940s and 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this ad, Anglo-American actress and singer Ida Lupino, who became a...
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