Beers that put money in Fowler’s pocket


In case you didn’t know, Ron Fowler made most of his money as a beer distributor. He is currently the CEO of Liquid Investments Incorporated, a beer distributor in California. It’s assumed he probably has a very large stake in the ownership of the company as well – a company with yearly revenues in the “hundreds of millions” range.

Luckily, Liquid Investments doesn’t distribute every beer you can think of. If you wanted to further keep your money out of Uncle Ronnie’s pockets, you could avoid purchasing the beers (and other liquids) that Liquid Investments distributes.

Brands carried by Liquid Investments Inc.

Here are the beers you should avoid purchasing:

  • 21st Amendment IPA
  • Amstel Light
  • Anchorsteam
  • Angeleno
  • Angry Orchard
  • Asahi
  • Ballast Point Sculpin
  • Batch19
  • Blue Moon
  • Bohemia
  • Buckler
  • Carta Blanca
  • Cayman Jack
  • Claust Hauler
  • Coors Banquet
  • Coors Light
  • Corona Extra
  • Corona Light
  • Crispin Brut
  • Crystal Geyser
  • Crystal Geyser Mineral Water Lemon Flavor
  • Dog Fish IPA
  • Dose Equis Lager
  • Duvel
  • Fat Tire
  • Fosters
  • Gordon Biersch
  • Green Flash Brewing West Coast IPA
  • Guinness
  • Hamm’s
  • Harp Lager
  • Heineken
  • Heineken Light
  • Heretic
  • Hubert’s Lemonade
  • Jarritos
  • Juice Squeeze
  • Lagunitas IPA
  • Mickeys
  • Mike’s Hard Lemonade
  • Miller High Life
  • Miller Lite
  • Modelo
  • Negra Modelo
  • Nesquik
  • Nestle Coffee Mate
  • Newcastle
  • Pacifico
  • Peroni
  • Pilsner Urquell
  • Pyramid
  • Red Bull
  • Red Stripe
  • Red Tail
  • Redds
  • Rogue
  • Sam Adams Boston Lager
  • Sapparo
  • Seagrams Escapes
  • Sierra Nevada
  • Smirnoff ICE
  • SOL
  • Strongbow
  • Tecate
  • Tejava
  • Tower 10 IPA
  • Tsing Tao
  • VOSS
  • Weinhard’s Root Beer
  • Witte
  • Wood Chuck Cider

Beers you can buy

That’s a long list above of beers to avoid, but there are many, many beers available in San Diego that aren’t on that list.

Namely, anything that’s under the Bud family is not distributed by Liquid Investments. If you’re looking for a cheap beer to play beer pong with, buy Bud Light, not Coors Light. Besides, Bud Light even has that pretty Chargers logo on it anyway!

Most craft beers aren’t distributed by Liquid Investments, either. Make your way to that local brew section, avoid Sculpin, anything by Green Flash, Lagunitas, Karl Strauss, … ugh, this list is getting long.

I don’t see Coronado Brewing Company listed, so that’s nice. Stone’s not on the list either, so there’s that.

Or you could just stick to hard alcohol. Whatever.

But if you want to avoid putting money in Fowler’s pocket, now you know how.


2 responses to “Beers that put money in Fowler’s pocket

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  2. Im on your side Ron I was a 15 year warrior for the fowler co.78 thru 93 enjoyed my job.Thanks for the help of growing my future god bless.Buzz


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