30. Pabst Blue Ribbon

Broke young people have always loved cheap beer, but in the 2000's ironic hipsters pinching the pennies in their trust funds revived PBR by latching onto the inexpensive suds associated with white trash. Williamsburg (and other outlying villages like it around the country) made it the unofficial drink of the indie rock, film, and art scenes. While occasionally annoying, the phenomenon allowed lots of us to smash hipster chicks with a one-dollar holler.

Pabst, which used to be called Best Select and later Pabst Select, got its name because blue ribbons were tied around the bottle necks from 1882 to 1916. We'll let you figure out why your lady's nickname is "Skeet Neck."