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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, April 19, 1985, Page 6, Image 6

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6The Daily Tar HeelFriday, April 19, 1985 :::::X5::;:::::s::;:::::;A:;S V 1 5 9 "V 4 f J- 4. " f s if 1. ' oj i-n ci u w Qjo nu J oj ru Back in the days when boxers fought with bare knuckles, there was no such thing as bottled beer or beer in cans. Those were the great days of draft beer, fresh from the keg: Like the draft they brewed at Frederic Miller s old Plank Road Brewery It had a smooth, fresh taste that just got better, round after round. Like those early pugilists themselves. A taste that s hard to find in today s bottles and cans. Because most beers, in bottles and cans, are pasteurized. Cooked to 140 degrees to pre serve their shelf lire. So they lose that fresh, draft taste. But now there s a bottled beer that s not cooked. It s specially cold filtered instead. To keep the true taste of fresh draft. Introducing Plank Road Original Draught. It tastes as fresh from the bottle as it does from the keg. Ml A r? Vr? i ''I u l a III Original Draught JSillll 5 5 ', ' "' ! I r" '4, X v X 1 JoMiiJjIllD S' fi n u if'. i f ' PI r n vA ' . V ' - ; ' y tf ' T if '-V V o y w 05 (Distil .fj ,

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