The Miller 64 Commercial Song

That’s really catchy. But it won’t inspire me to drink Miller 64. Oh, so it’s actually branded as Miller64 now? Leaving out the space is super trendy, I guess. You know why it’s so light? Only 2.8% ABV.

4/8 edit: Here’s the new Miller64 commercial song that’s being shown.

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32 Responses to The Miller 64 Commercial Song

  1. Sam says:

    What song is this based on? Sounds familiar.

  2. Did the take the melody of the Miller 64 ad song from an Irish ballad?

  3. Mark Bollinger says:

    Try ordering this quintessence of American mediocrity in an Irish pub and see if you don’t get your nose broken!

  4. joshw24 says:

    Steve, I don’t know but it sure sounds like it. And Mark, you’re absolutely right.

  5. Jennifer Jackson says:

    Hey haters!! Just in case you didn’t know its cool to be thin. So 64 calories over a beer belly any day! So no matter what I dig the commercial jingle, the taste of 64, and the fat it keeps off my hot body! Muah. When I work out and have a beer at night I don’t stress over how much harder I’m gonna Have to work it off just because I enjoy a good time. :) xoxo

    • Hey Jennifer BITE ME! Just in case you didn’t know, it’s more important to be human than thin, cool and trendy like your buddies in these horrid commercials. But Hey if you like drinking Horse-Piss for beer then chug your Miller 64. Let’s face it, if your gonna drink don’t be a pussy about it. And by the way, you’re hot bod isn’t worth the ‘stuck on yourself attitude.’ Get over yourself lovey!

  6. Barleypopmaker says:

    So that is what Miller has been talking about when they talk about “Filler”. It all makes sense now that they “removed all the filler and made Miller 64″. All that dang Malt and pesky hops has finally been fully removed! Great! Well, sorry, that’s not for me. I’ll stick with real beer and Miller and those who fall for marketing ploys can keep their Miller 64. I’ll drink something with some flavor and enjoy it.

  7. The Hounds of Finn just put together a beer jingle for Finnegan’s – the first beer company in America that donates 100% of its profits to charity. Check it out:

    http://finnegans.org/2012/03/drink-like-you-care/

    And a little video to accompany:

  8. Adrienne says:

    Does anyone know who sings this song??

  9. Brenda says:

    Shut up, fat fat. Don’t hate on a beer that fit people can enjoy and still look good in the morning just bc you want your flavor that adds it’s attributes to your body.

  10. Jdaugherty says:

    I drink real beers made only by German purity laws and since my warm up is you skinny beer punks workout, no need to worry about a beer belly!

  11. RAnthony says:

    I only drink beer thick enough to chew. Guinness or nothing. The melody is a sea shanty. Not sure if they were working from a particular one.

  12. Mark McMurphy says:

    A realy “catchy” song i personally love it

  13. David says:

    These commercials were not made by Miller Brewing Company. They were actually made by Anheuser Busch to keep normal people as far away from Miller products as possible. This effort has been a resounding success.

  14. AleSnob says:

    AYFKM? If you’re gonna drink beer, then have a micro brewed IPA or something of quality. If you’re gonna drink this bogus product, you should drink water instead. It has NO calories and you can have all you want without worrying about your precious waistline. This is just another annoying ad campaign with an annoying song for a beverage that is essentially colored water. What will they try to foist on us next? Long Live Northern California Micro-breweries!

  15. I hope they all get AIDS from being on the down low with each other.

  16. Patrick says:

    The song is based on “99 bottles of beer on the wall. 99 bottles of beer. Take one down and pass it around. 98 bottles of beer on the wall….”

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