Faith Bailey-WNKA International
Brian White has been drinking Logger all his life. He has one with breakfast, drives his wife to school where she is teacher, and then heads out to the oil field where he has worked for 34 years. But when he found out that his beloved Logger was about to be owned by the Chinese, he cried. "I don't know what to do," White blubbered.
Ming Ha Ling beverage of Shanghai recently purchased Logger for 4.2 billion dollars. The company promises to keep the spirit alive of the red-blooded American lager. It will be brewed in a province outside the country that most Americans are unable to name.