A beer fridge that will only open with a Canadian passport Posted on Tuesday, July 9th, 2013 at 10:11 am. PTWritten by Jim Dalrymple That’s one way to protect your beer. Bruno Brilliant !! Louis Great commercial but crappy beer. Waiting on the Tim Horton equivalent http://tewha.net/ Steven Fisher I agree with you about the beer, but… really, Tim Horton’s? Where do you live that they still have decent quality stuff? For the last fifteen years it’s been just vile fast food, and in another two or years it wouldn’t surprise me if they pull it out of sealed plastic bag to serve it to you. jacksonsquire One of the best commercials I’ve seen in a while. No clue how the beer tastes. Doesn’t matter. Moeskido It’s just a lager.™ http://bloodnok.net/ dennis bloodnok beyond nauseating: molson makes the second worst swill in the damned world. (labatt makes the third worst.) http://tewha.net/ Steven Fisher You really need to try more beers if you rare Molson that high on your hate list. There are far worse beers. lucascott Clearly you haven’t tried some of the American beers on the market. I”m talking the crap that rednecks down like it’s gold. rwodaski Three words to refocus your thinking: Granville Island beer http://tewha.net/ Steven Fisher Amen. Scott Falkner Another is to make sure the beer is crap. This is what is meant by the phrase, “suspenders and a belt.” Duncan Not shown at end: tipsy crowd wanders off, empty Molson bottles scattered everywhere. lucascott So this is how Canada responds to the whole South Park “blame Canada” campaign qka What? No instructions in French? They have a law about that! The Quebecois will be up in arms! Then again, they take offense at the maple leaf!