Brews and Bites for the Playoffs

The NFL’s regular season is over, and the playoffs are here. No matter who you’re backing for Super Bowl LII, you’ll need the fridge to be stocked for all the games leading up to the big day. This list of brews and munchies will both satisfy your cravings and help boost our country’s middle class. With more than 250 ethically made beers and a ton of game-day snacks to choose from, you’ll be set to host a killer ultimate playoff-watching party that also supports good employers who treat their workers fairly.

Enjoy the games, and together we’ll eat, drink and party our way to a stronger America.

Beers

  • Bass
  • Beck’s
  • Blue Moon
  • Budweiser
  • Coors
  • Dundee
  • Goose Island
  • Hamm’s
  • Henry Weinhard’s
  • Keystone
  • Kirin Ichiban
  • Land Shark Lager
  • Leinenkugel’s
  • Mad River
  • Mendocino Brewing
  • Michelob
  • Miller
  • Natural Ice
  • O’Doul’s
  • Pabst
  • Rolling Rock
  • Sam Adams
  • Schlitz
  • Shock Top

Snacks

  • Act II Popcorn
  • Andy Boy Fruits and Vegetables
  • Bagel Bites
  • Chex Mix
  • Doritos
  • Fig Newtons
  • Keebler Cookies
  • Lay’s Potato Chips
  • Orville Redenbacher Popcorn
  • Ritz Crackers
  • Rold Gold Pretzels
  • Ruffles
  • Tostitos
  • Triscuit
  • Wheat Thins

This post originally appeared at Labor 411.

Posted In: Allied Approaches, From AFL-CIO

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