Free Beer in Europe

The recently revived tourism campaign I Am Canadian wasn’t created by Tourism Canada,I-am but instead is the work of Molson Brewery, Canada’s oldest beer maker ( and second oldest business after the famed Hudson Bay Company). Molson’s clever, but self-promotional, campaign placed refrigerators full of beer in public spaces around Europe and filmed locals trying to open them. The catch to unlocking the fridges: find someone with a Canadian passport. Refreshing, eh?

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