When I heard that 7-Eleven is going to start selling store-brand beer called Game Day -- which the convenience chain is billing as a "premium beer at a budget price" -- one word came to mind: Blech.
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Not to be a snob, but there's something unappealing about drinking beer made from a place that also sells week-old rotating hot dogs and value-sized packs of Slim Jims. Now, that's not to say I'd turn my nose up at a beer-flavored Slurpee, but I digress ...
My biggest issue with this announcement is this: The world has enough bad beers as it is. Which made compiling the following "Worst Beers Ever" list painfully easy. Will 7-Eleven's suds soon be added to it? We'll find out later this month.
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The 7 Worst Beers:
- Carta Blanca: I've never forgiven my husband for coming home with this beer one day. I've got nothing against cheap beers, but the weird