Lucky Lager is a beer with a strong cult following on Vancouver Island. Lucky was actually brewed on Vancouver Island in Victoria until 1982, when Labatt Breweries of Canada moved off the Island and tore down the brewery to prevent any competition on the Island. Labatt now brews Lucky out of Edmonton, Alberta in the same brewery where they produce Budweiser for all of Western Canada. In 1995, Labatt was purchased by Belgian brewer Interbrew. Interbrew was then purchased by Brazilian brewing giant Ambev in 2004 and the company became Inbev. On July 13, 2008, Inbev merged with Anheuser-Busch and Lucky officially became owned by Budweiser.
Frank in the Above image say’s “Find a Lucky Lager and Enjoy your day“