St. Patrick’s Day Prep – 10 Best Rock Songs About Beer (page 2)
4. George Thorogood – “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer”
This John Lee Hooker cover is a staple for all dive bars across the nation.
3. Black Flag “Six Pack”
A down and dirty rock track about a guy and his beloved six-pack of brew.
Whoever said, “the best things in life come in threes” obviously never walked inside a liquor store.
2. NOFX – “Beer Bong”
Watching someone hit the beer bong is always an entertaining experience: If the imbiber succeeds, everyone celebrates with applause. If they fail, everyone celebrates with laughter.
For the under 21 crowd reading this post, if you ever get caught with a beer bong by parents/authorities, just say it’s a water hose. Works every time.
1. Sublime – “40 oz. to Freedom”
“40 oz. to Freedom,” is the first song from Sublime’s debut album of the same title.
Mickey’s, King Cobra, Olde English, Colt 45 — whatever your 40 oz. of choice is, snag one and join in for a toast to Bradley and the boys. A band who arguably backs the most songs that are premium for drinking purposes.