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Miller High Life–Alternative Fuels

Featuring bicycle transportation as a way to stick it to foreign oil oligarchs, this is one of the more progressive ads in the series featuring Errol Morris produced by Miller in the early oughts.

Matty Lang

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Matty Lang has been interested in land use, transportation, and cities since he fell in love with Paris, France while studying there in 1998-1999. He is a filmmaker living in Minneapolis. He loves film, bicycling, and basketball. Follow him: Vimeo | @MattyLangMSP | Facebook

4 thoughts on “Miller High Life–Alternative Fuels

  1. Matt SteeleMatt Steele

    This alternative fuel is available for $1.50/bottle at the Cedar Inn on Tuesdays. Still spendier than sweet light crude though, if you prefer to drink oil.

  2. Michael Kuchta

    And has anybody noticed that none of the effusive coverage of Surly has noticed how much bike parking there is at the new taproom?

  3. David Peterson

    I might be reading their site plan wrong, but it looks like it specs 58 racks, so 116 bike parking spaces. I haven’t visited yet, though.

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