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DB Beer
‘The Untold Story’

In New Zealand in the late 1950s, Minister of Finance Arnold Nordmeyer introduced a Black Budget, where a 9 pence tax was imposed on imported beer. Local brewer, the rebellious Morton Coutts, set out to create an export-quality beer at local prices – and in so doing gave a victory for common sense and the common man.

Written by Colenso BBDO, Auckland
Directed by The Glue Society

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‘Warren’

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VB Beer
‘The Regulars’

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‘Pinky’

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‘Cheerleader’

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‘Misfit’

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‘Panyee FC’

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‘GAYNZ Branch’

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