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Michigan’s National Beer. I don’t know about that but recall in high school that it was one of the cheapest beers around (therefore we drank it a lot around the bonfires at the beach, on “the hill”, “under the bridge” or out at the “circle in the woods”.)Goebel ceased production in 2005 after being a budget brew staple in the Great Lakes for over 130 years.

Michigan’s National Beer.

I don’t know about that but recall in high school that it was one of the cheapest beers around (therefore we drank it a lot around the bonfires at the beach, on “the hill”, “under the bridge” or out at the “circle in the woods”.)

Goebel ceased production in 2005 after being a budget brew staple in the Great Lakes for over 130 years.