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Michelob ULTRA and Tinker Hatfield Reveal Exclusive “Not For Sale” NBA Championship Bottle

The NBA Finals are underway and still prove to be one of the biggest spectacles in professional sports. With that prestige comes unique releases surrounding the festivities, like a new super exclusive bottle from Michelob ULTRA and legendary sneaker designer Tinker Hatfield.

This limited-edition Michelob ULTRA x Tinker Hatfield “Not For Sale” NBA Championship Bottle can only be won, so exclusivity is at a premium here. Here’s all the deets on this one of a kind bottle, including how to score one for yourself. Emphasis on ‘score’ regarding this drop:

  • Presented in premium packaging that emulates a shoe box, the exclusive NBA Championship Bottle is hand-signed by Tinker Hatfield.
  • The total number of bottles available to win are restricted to the number of points scored by the winning team in the final game of the 2021 NBA Finals. Each box is numbered for authenticity.
  • When the final buzzer sounds in the last game of the NBA Finals, the “Not For Sale” drop clock hosted on ULTRATinkerDrop.com and @MichelobULTRA’s Twitter will start. Fans must act quickly to enter for a chance to get their hands on the exclusive bottle. 
  • Sneakerheads can also get unprecedented access to Tinker via an ‘Ask Me Anything’ (AMA) session on Reddit during Game 3.
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These Are The 20 Most Popular Beers In America Right Now

Big Beer is a big business in America. Total annual sales stand around $100 billion. Craft Beers, as defined by the Brewer’s Association, are booming, yet still only account for around 15% of the beer sold in America. On a volume basis, craft beer’s share of the market is about half of that, due to its premium pricing. So what’s America drinking? A whole lot of light beer, most of which is made by a handful of monstrous macro brewers. America’s most popular beer is Bud Light – by a couple billion dollars. Yes, Bud Light’s U.S. sales alone would lodge it firmly within the Fortune 500.

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Written by VinePair‘s Joshua Malin