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    Fathers day gifts from the mud

    Was arrowhead hunting a water main construction site and found these beauty's instead! Feeling quite satisfied with my gifts from the earth!

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    Very nice. Seems to be a big difference in the age of those bottles. The water one would be a lot older. And I always love finding Rolling Rocks. That style of bottle suggests it's the 1970's version.

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    I love the rolling rock. Back when it was a family owned business. Now its owned by a conglomerate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gentleone444 View Post
    I love the rolling rock. Back when it was a family owned business. Now its owned by a conglomerate.

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    Yep now it's part of Anheuser-Busch Inbev and just another common beer brand. It's pathetic they still have the nerve to still put Latrobe on the bottles. What a joke.

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    Agreed! At least we still have Yuengling.

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    This article talks about how Rolling Rock has changed since it was moved from Latrobe.
    https://www.thespruceeats.com/rollin...-review-352942



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