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Watch: Latin America Star Trek Into Darkness TV Spot Features Scotty, Keenser & more April 25, 2013

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Marketing/Promotion,Star Trek Into Darkness , trackback

Another international promotion for Star Trek Into Darkness shows some glimpses of new stuff from the movie. This time it is a new TV commercial from Latin America, which shows us a creature from the movie along with Scotty and Keenzer getting their drink on. Watch it below with TrekMovie’s screencaps and analysis (minor spoilers).

 

Latin America Commercial

This new commercial (dubbed in Spanish) is running in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America. It seems to emphasize some of the lighter moments in Star Trek Into Darkness.

 

Latin America Commercial Analysis  (SPOILERS)

 

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The trailer contains a few new elements, here is a breakdown of what’s new.




Kirk (in disguise) in Nibiru shoots creature



McCoy isn’t happy that Kirk stunned their getaway beast

Dialog (translation)

McCoy: That was our ride!

Kirk: Ah, great.



Scotty (wearing some kind of 23rd century leisure suit) and Keenser hang out in a bar/club

Dialog (translation)

Scotty: You were just there, staring at me like an oyster!

Spot the Bud?

If you look closely at the bar scene you will see a bottle of Budeweiser.

Although subtle, this would be the second Star Trek movie to give a shoutout to Budweiser. In the 2009 Star Trek movie – again in a bar scene – Uhura orders a Budweiser.

And that isn’t the only connection. Parts of scenes from Engineering and other parts of the USS Enterprise were shot at a Budweiser plant for the 2009 movie and again for Star Trek Into Darkness.

More Trailers and Analysis

Check out TrekMovie’s other analyses:

Thanks to Alex for the tip and transaltion

 

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1. Commander K - April 25, 2013

So in total inclding all the clips and nine muinute footage i’ve probably now seen about 15 minutes of this movie…please no more footage marketing people!

2. Thomas - April 25, 2013

Okay. How soon until someone complains about Keenser and/or the Budweiser bottle? I for one enjoy seeing more of what life is like outside the structured environment of Starfleet.

3. Marja, first? - April 25, 2013

Hey, not only are our flora red here on Nibiru, but so are our critters!

Chris Pine’s face … :)

The guy who dubbed Scotty sounded like him. Wow! But who left that Bud on the table? Looks like neither Scotty nor Keenser is taking heed of it :)

I really look forward to seeing this movie … 20 days ….

4. KHAAAN, the weasel - April 25, 2013

Not complaining about Budweiser (even though it certainly wouldn’t be my choice of beer…) but oh my, those lense flares…
btw. Did someone notice how Pegg’s hair colour in that bar scene is much closer to his original hair colour than in other scenes we’ve seen?

5. Crewman Darnell - April 25, 2013

The Budweiser product placements are probably a nod to the groan-worthy location where the “Engineering Deck” set was filmed. It’s mind boggling that Abrams chose to shoot there again.

6. Ctrl-Opt-Del - April 25, 2013

Anyone else think the soldier-looking dude in the bar scene (on the right hand edge of the screen in the shot of both Scotty & Keenser) with the wrap-around sunglasses is a subtle reference to Geordi La Forge?

7. Jonboc - April 25, 2013

The scene with Scotty reminds me of McCoy’s bar scene in Trek 3.

8. KirksLove - April 25, 2013

@1:
You don’t have to watch all the trailers you know? It’s not the law. They make different trailers with different focuses for different countries. It’s your own fault if you watch them all and ruin the movie for yourself.

9. Aix - April 25, 2013

I wonder how old Keenser is…

10. Exverlobter - April 25, 2013

With all those millions of trailers and adds we probably we have already seen a quarter of the film by now.

11. Tiger - April 25, 2013

@ 10 At least 21! ;)

12. NCC-73515 - April 25, 2013

@6 that’s the smiling guy who was then cropped out XD

13. Michael Hall - April 25, 2013

“The scene with Scotty reminds me of McCoy’s bar scene in Trek 3.”

For once, we agree. :-)

The thing sure looks great, but the spoilers I’ve read have not been encouraging. (Nor have the reviews, which promise more of the same as we got in 2009. They mean that in a positive way, but for me that’s not good news). Still, I’ll go in with my fingers and toes crossed. Mr. Orci may have a hard time buying this, but I sincerely want to like this movie.

14. Yanks - April 25, 2013

It appears we still have “Budineering”…

15. Ian B - April 25, 2013

Well, I’m pretty amazed that they kept the engineering deck as a brewery. Also, having read the spoilers, which appear to be correct, I am really, really disappointed and have lost most of the enthusiasm (such as it was) for this movie. I cannot be specific without spoiling, but the whole thing reads like something I’d expect one of those amateur fan productions to come up with; the awkward mash-up of greatest hits characteristic of bad fanfic in general.

A whole new universe to play with, and we get a rehash. It’s baffling, and very disappointing. But then, I guessed that soemthing wasn’t quite right about this as soon as I saw Spock blurting out the “needs of the many” cliche incongruously in the volcano.

Boldly going where Trek has gone before, clutching a bottle of Bud.

Sigh.

16. AJ - April 25, 2013

Don’t forget the groan-worthy shout-out to Michelob from TVH. Remember Michelob? Beer?

Looks like AB InBev has a much larger fish to fry with “Trek” these days……

17. Sam Adams - April 25, 2013

Budweiser? Yuck. Why could it not be a Sam Adams?

18. smike - April 25, 2013

The Budweiser engineer must go in the next one! I really hoped with all the devastation to engineer at the end of ST09, they’d find it easy to introduce us to a whole new engineering section. Hopefully, the ship will be even further damaged this time so that a complete refit will feature a real main engineering department instead of the brewery…

That is the ONLY thing that bothers me with the new movies…

19. Chain of Command - April 25, 2013

Keenser?

Ugh

20. Check the Circuit - April 25, 2013

So funny. Back in the fall, people were whining that there wasn’t enough Trek movie news. Now we hear whining about too MUCH information.

Just can’t make fans happy, huh Anthony?

21. David - April 25, 2013

I wonder if Scotty’s been dubbed with a really poor accent.

22. David - April 25, 2013

@4
Did someone notice how Pegg’s hair colour in that bar scene is much closer to his original hair colour than in other scenes we’ve seen?

Simon Pegg is naturally dark brown.

23. Mikey1701-A - April 25, 2013

If the rumours are true and this is a rehash of a previous movie I’m not going to complain. Almost ALL superhero movies (which I class as sci-fi) reuse old villains and never really introduce anything new so I don’t understand why the fans are in uproar because this is standard fare when rebooting movie franchises.

24. Nony - April 25, 2013

There’s also a new shot of Bones with what looks like an explosion and the Vengeance in the viewscreen behind him.

25. Ian B - April 25, 2013

#23

It’s a different thing. Superhero movies are bringing another medium (comics) to the big screen; Trek already has an enormous screen canon.

Back at the start of talking about this sequel, I said I was concerned that they would do this, turning it into a “greatest hits compilation”, and that appears to be what, disappointingly, has occurred. It looks like what we’re going to end up with is just a standalone trilogy of whatever fanw*nk they wanted to do their own version of.

The problem with this is it goes nowhere; as in superhero franchises. We’ve now watched Spiderman’s origin twice in less than ten years. Batman now has to be rebooted again, so we’ll have to sit through some other take on Bruce’s parents get killed, and, oh, the Joker again. It’s just ever-decreasing circles.

Once this mob have finished their trilogy, what next for Trek? Another tiresome reboot? Another “origin” story? What is the matter with these people? Have they really no ideas of their own?

26. Andrew - April 25, 2013

@25 To be fair we did not get Superman’s origin in 2006 with Superman Returns. That was not an origins tale, but a sequel. The only previous time Superman’s origin has been told on screen prior to this year’s Man of Steel was 35 years ago in Superman The Movie.

27. Dunsel Report - April 25, 2013

Worse than a rehash of a Trek plot is a rehash of 1990s straight-to-VHS Oliver Gruener / Van Damme stories. What I read in the spoilers is sad, but as a long-suffering Trekkie I will soldier on and just hope the character stuff is as good as in the last one.

28. ObsessiveStarTrekFan - April 25, 2013

@15. Ian B

‘…Spock blurting out the “needs of the many” cliché incongruously in the volcano.’

This ‘cliché’ is (in the Star Trek universe) a well-known and ‘oft-quoted’ Vulcan axiom attributed to Surak. Of course, in real life, it’s a quote from Dickens’ ‘A Tale of Two Cities’.

JJ Abrams and company have said that people don’t need to know anything about Star Trek, or even have seen the 2009 movie, to be able to appreciate STID. For that audience, the ‘cliché’ is not cliché…

For the rest of us – well, while the Star Trek Ongoing and Countdown to Darkness comics are not required pre-reading for STID, they do provide a setup of where crew such as Kirk and Spock are character-wise going into STID. From these comics we learn that Spock has been so affected by PTSD that he has in fact been putting the ‘needs of the few’ over the ‘needs of the many’ and acting impulsively in the performance of his duties. It is only just prior to the Nibiru mission that he is brought to realise the error of his ways, so the ‘needs of the many’ will be very much in the forefront of his mind in the volcano.

Undoubtedly, as both this Vulcan axiom and the Prime Directive are introduced to the audience very early on in the movie, they will be prominent themes within STID.

29. scottevill - April 25, 2013

20 – So true. Some super hardcore fans seem to exist to be outraged at the “mistreatment” of their beloved franchise. Meanwhile – this is shaping up like the coolest movie of the summer, one that guarantees the franchise will remain (and most likely branch out into some platforms that will be more to the super hardcore fans’ liking – like a new TV series or two).

30. Danpaine - April 25, 2013

…I wonder to what greater extent Budweiser will be watered-down a couple of hundred of years in the future? Will there be any actual BEER left in it?

Yeah, should’ve gone for Sam Adams, or Stella – even Amstel.

Budweiser “would become the alien trash of the galaxy.” :)

31. KHAAAN, the weasel - April 25, 2013

@22: Dark brown? – Nah, he’s definitely red-haired. Keep in mind that he usually sports a red goatee; I’m pretty sure he doesn’t bleach and dye it…

32. The Sinfonian - April 25, 2013

The water and plasma recyling processing parts of Engineering were simply the bulk of what we saw in 2009. We’ll see more of the ‘control room Engineering’ parts this time from what I’ve heard.

In the end… who cares. If the story’s good you can make sheet rock and styrofoam boulders work.

33. Trek in Cafe - April 25, 2013

Is that the first Star Trek Leisure Suit?

34. Moputo Jones - April 25, 2013

“Shot at a Budweiser plant for the 2009 movie and again for Star Trek Into Darkness.”

Why, oh why?

35. Ian B - April 25, 2013

The water and plasma recyling processing parts of Engineering were simply the bulk of what we saw in 2009.

IIRC, we saw the “warp cores” shooting out of the Bud plant too.

Come to think of it, all they need are a few windows and floor polishers and we’ve got a remake of Space Mutiny!

36. Mad Mann - April 25, 2013

I hope that Simon Pegg’s Scotty is much better this time.

37. ACJG1985 - April 25, 2013

@31… It is possible for people to have different colored facial hair to their hair color trust me I live with that curse my facial hair is red while my natural hair color is brown

38. Curious Cadet - April 25, 2013

The WORST part about the Bud product placement, is that the bottle appears to be Scotty’s!!

Yikes!

While Scotty has a reputation that he’ll drink anything alcoholic, Bud is among the last of the beverages I would expect him to drink by choice.

39. Ian B - April 25, 2013

#33 “Is that the first Star Trek Leisure Suit?”

Nope, McCoy sported one when he came aboard the Enterprise in ST:TMP.

40. Mark Lynch - April 25, 2013

As much as I love Simon Pegg, I hope that he does not get used as “the comic relief” character in this movie at all…

41. Starman - April 25, 2013

#38…the reason Scotty is drinking that Bud is probably he lost a bet with Keenser…

42. John from Cincinnati - April 25, 2013

Everyone stop the griping already and just go enjoy a good MOVIE! I’m going to go enjoy a great Star Trek flick.

43. TrekkerChick - April 25, 2013

@34

Save some money for other parts of production, and do something other than perform against a green screen?

44. Robman007 - April 25, 2013

@42 John from Cincinnati

Amen!

45. endeavour crew - April 25, 2013

KHAN you believe it?

Kirk kills an alien AND Budweiser is back……….

46. Phil - April 25, 2013

Now I’d enter a contest to win a drink with Scotty and Keenser…

47. Mr. Anonymous - April 25, 2013

@17

Right? You’d think a Scottsman would have better taste in beer. :P

48. Phil - April 25, 2013

Not to sure why some people get so bent out of shape that engineering on a starship is going to have tanks and pipes and conveyances and plasma generators and life support and power generators and impulse drives and thrusters and machine shops and all sorts of stuff. The idea that life support is a box with an on/off switch is just silly….

49. Robman007 - April 25, 2013

@48…and yet don’t seem too irritated that the Enterprise-E could be controlled by a cheap brand PC joy stick or that Nomad could bring Scotty back by simply “repairing” him like you would a machine

50. Scott - April 25, 2013

You people will complain about anything.

6 months ago: Show us footage! Give us something! You’re not telling us enough! You’re not telling us anything! You’re killing the movie!

Today: You’re showing too much footage! You’re spoiling everything! Rehash! NuTrek is the suck!

Just shut up stop complaining and wait for the premiere already.

51. KirksLove - April 25, 2013

I’m 100 % sure that the “spoilers” from Sidney are another marketing trick. They’re so obviously fake… The serious reviews are all praising the movie and especially Cumberbatch and the moments which were made especially for the Trekkie community and everything.

52. Angry Future Romulan - April 25, 2013

In the first movie, Kirk was drinking Budweiser in the Shipyard Bar. It’s hard to tell because he was pouring it into glasses but, if you pay attention to the part where he’s pouring a new glass while talking to Pike after the fight, you’ll see the distinctive Budweiser ‘r’ on the bottle he’s pouring.

From the previews, it looks like there’s another scene with Kirk in the bar, when Pike comes to talk to him (possibly on the night before the attack on Starfleet Headquarters). Wonder if Kirk will be drinking a Bud again. Seems likely to me, since they clearly have a cross-promotion.

53. JohnRambo - April 25, 2013

moviefone has some new Behind-the-Scenes stuff

54. Thomas - April 25, 2013

52. Angry Future Romulan

You’re probably the only person on this thread that mentions Budweiser without getting sore over it. I’m sure I’m stating the obvious when I say it was probably part of the deal to film at the brewery.

55. The Pastor - April 25, 2013

Altough I’ speak spanish because I’m Puerto Rican American i’ would never even consider seeing this in spanish.

I’ enjoyed this clip in spanish but that is all I’m willing to do, I’ know that for non bilingual spanish speakers it would be nice to have it dubbed in spanish like this but in Puerto Rico we are use to original voices of these characters and we have learned to put up with subtitles, my job is to buy a ticket early enough that I’ will be able to get into a non dubbed cinema, and hopefully in 3D also, for that i might have to go to The Mall of the Americas in San Juan.

Plus I’ve notice that this type of spanish is flawless probably from Mexico but definitely from lower North America (central), our spanish is actualy spanglish and cannot be understood by no one outside of PR, florida, and New York City, But I must confess that I’d did love it to see spanish included in the Blue rey version ST 2009. OK friends may the Lord bless you all in the name of Jesus Christ, so that you may enjoy the movie.

56. Jefferies Tuber - April 25, 2013

Keenser, why? Why?

As Cousin Olivers go, he’s better than Wesley Crusher, but that’s not hard. Unlike Wes, Keenser has a whiff of that Jar Jar musk that, well, even a little is too much.

Meesa nolike.

57. sean - April 25, 2013

Star Trek IV had Michelob, The Yellow Pages & Apple, Star Trek V had Levis…product placement is nothing new. If it’s just someone ordering or drinking a beer it’s not that jarring.

Now if you want jarring product placement, watch any show on Fox. They basically pause storylines to advertise cars or phones.

58. Danpaine - April 25, 2013

56. sean – April 25, 2013

Absolutely. Fringe was shameless about it.

59. NCC-73515 - April 25, 2013

What really bugs me is that the big German theaters blatantly put the hugest spoiler into their movie synopsis texts for everyone to read -.-
All US websites do their best to keep things secret, and here we have the theaters themselves who just fire it into peoples’ faces… amazingly bad marketing :(

60. smike - April 25, 2013

I think the Budweiser thingie isn’t a big deal if trademarks aren’t painted on the ship’s outer hull like it was done in Species II.

As for those “spoilers” from Sydney…I’m not going to give away anything, but while I personally would LOVE to see these details, I hope they are NOT true.

IF those details are true they might please me as an overgrown fanboy, but neither the general audience nor the more cerebral, critical fanbase is going to embrace this movie and it might turn out to be a huge disappointment, critically and financially… It’s far far far too over the top…

As for this site’s spoiler policy: you should abandon that ASAP. Really… it doesn’t make sense to keep this a secret any longer. The movie’s going to be out in large parts of the world in less than two weeks and spoilers are going to be all over the place. This is 2013, and a really bad time for that “mystery box” approach of JJs, especially since the movie is going to be released outside the US first… NO ONE will be save from spoilers when this film streets in Britain and other countries. So give it a rest and finally let out the dogs of war. No more secrecy, no more mystery, just plain and frank facts…Those who dislike spoilers may still actively avoid them, but I’d rather read the entire sricpt before seeing the film…

61. Anthony B. - April 25, 2013

@4, 22, 31: Anyone else notice that Scotty’s hair was suddenly much lighter in Countdown to Darkness #4 than in the previous three issues?

62. Keachick - April 25, 2013

smike – be patient.

Yes, I have only two weeks to wait until I see this movie, whereas in the US and other places, it is three weeks. However, it would be good if we (those who get to see it earlier) were not inundated with all the details of this film. JJ Abrams “mystery box” approach has managed to work OK so far. What’s another two weeks, after all this time of waiting?

A script is not the movie…

63. Trekbilly - April 25, 2013

Keenser sucks.

64. Bird of Prey - April 25, 2013

I like the bar, it kinda reminds me of the bar in “Search for Spock”! Or alternatively, the one in “Trouble with Tribbles”, the only thing lacking here being some Klingons roughing up Scotty and Keenser!

65. Spock's Uncle - April 25, 2013

My sincere hope is that all of the whiners on this site are so thoroughly disgusted with JJ’s Trek that they all return to their parents’ basements and breakout their VHS copies of the Original Series, and stop bothering those of us who are opened minded and accepting of the future. Particularly “The Way to Eden”, since it was perhaps the most flawless of all the original episodes. Or perhaps Anthony can start a new website called http://www.hatetrekmovie.com and you all can be exiled to that site. Quit whining. Like it. Don’t like it. Write JJ a letter. Or call Brannon Braga and do a webisode… eeesh

66. Lostrod - April 25, 2013

So, other than Australia, where excactly is the movie showing now?

Regards.

67. Anthony Pascale - April 25, 2013

STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS isn’t showing anywhere. Gala premieres are just that, ‘galas’. The movie opens May 9 in a few countries and the next weekend in N. America and most other countries.

68. shamelord - April 25, 2013

66. France, premiere tonight.

69. Anthony Pascale - April 25, 2013

actually no there is no French gala premiere. There is a Paris press screening and then a JJ Abrams press event. No red carpet. Movie doesnt open in France until June actually. I suspect French Trekkies are going to pop over to Germany or the UK to see the movie

70. I'm a trekkie NOT a trekker - April 25, 2013

Bud plant for Engineering? Great idea, JJ and company. It looks like a real engineering section should. At least from the numerous ships I worked on at what was then known as Newport News Shipbuilding & Drydock Company (that’s in VA). Engineering in TOS was a great set in its day. Same for TNG. For me, ST is great if it’s fun to watch. Never have and never will understand the need to nitpick at stuff that doesn’t really matter.

71. Jerry Modene - April 25, 2013

Speaking of spoilers… the destruction of the Enterprise in Star Trek III was obviously supposed to be a huge shock – and would have been, had Paramount not chosen to feature it in the trailers and TV commercials and bill the movie as “the final voyage of the Enterprise.”

72. NCC-73515 - April 25, 2013

Nimoy told the story in an interview, I think XD
The Ent’s end was supposed to be the big secret, and it blew up in the trailer already :D

73. The Pastor - April 25, 2013

May 16 for Puerto Rico, Everybody tell us when in your country, I just wanted to be nerdy for a min and I’ believe I’m doing A GOOD JOB AT IT…

74. Curious Cadet - April 25, 2013

@41. Starman,
“…the reason Scotty is drinking that Bud is probably he lost a bet with Keenser…”

Haha! Works for me …

But seriously, I don’t have a problem with them doing a product placement deal with Budweiser. However, it sounds like they have other opportunities to do it elsewhere in the movie with Kirk and Pike in the Iowa bar. Why make poor Scotty drink it? He’s a scotch man anyway. It’s kind of like making James Bond drink a Budweiser merely because of a product placement deal. He just wouldn’t.

Here’s what I really want to know. Was it Abrams who decided to have Scotty drink it, or was it a condition of budweisers? My guess it was Abrams, who is completely clueless about Scotty’s character other than he’s Scottish.

75. Red Dead Ryan - April 26, 2013

#74.

It was a part of the contract that Paramount signed with Budweiser. It usually happens when companies pay studios to place their products into movies and shows. The companies are paying a lot of money, so the studios will allow them to request when and where their products are placed.

So I would bet that Budweiser wanted to show Scotty drinking a bottle of their beer. Scotty is a drinker, and that is the perfect scenario for a product placement.

76. cd - April 26, 2013

Wow. Even the bar has lens flares.

77. Marja - April 26, 2013

22, David, “Simon Pegg is naturally dark brown” … uh, no, not from what I’ve seen of him. In the movies he made before Trek, and in a stand-up comedy appearance when he was in his 20s, he’s blond. They died his hair in ST2009 to look more like Jimmy Doohan.

25, Ian B, we never saw TOS origin stories, so I was happy with ST2009. Except, of course, Nero, that character with a great reason to want to take revenge, but not a deep character for all that.

46, Phil, Me too! I’m not sure Scotty would agree with my whisky of choice [it's Irish] but I think he’d be a grand friend to have drinks with! BTW it looks to me like he’s drinking liquor, not beer, from a small glass.

48 Phil and 49 Robman, You’ve said it so well I need not repeat, but … EXACTLY!!!

70 Trekkie, Thanks for saying that, I had wondered … and I also tired of the “beer plant for Engineering how horrid” rant, like, four years ago.

78. Kev - April 26, 2013

Oh god you could subtitle that last shot with this

SO…… MUCH…….. BEER!!! I’m In heaven!!!

sorry couldn’t resist

79. Curious Cadet - April 26, 2013

@75 Red,
“the studios will allow them to request when and where their products are placed. So I would bet that Budweiser wanted to show Scotty drinking a bottle of their beer.”

My understanding from what I’ve read is that the director has final say over everything in his film irrespective of any product placement deals the studio may make. The studio may give the director a product to use, with some general requirements about placement, but at the end of the day, it’s up to the director how to incorporate it into the scene, and how promenently. Indeed I have read stories about how product deals have gone south because the client didnt like how the director wanted to incorporate the product. Also, the idea that Budweiser is familiar enough with Star Trek to request that Scotty specifically be drinking a bud is also a bit of a stretch for me.

@77 Marja,
“BTW it looks to me like he’s drinking liquor, not beer, from a small glass.”

I’m hopeful that’s what’s going on in the final scene. But in that clip, the beer is definitely sitting on his side of the table as we look at Keenser, but then in a possible continuity snafu, it appears to be on Keenser’s side of the table as we look at Scotty. Could be a beer back, could be Scotty’s a two fisted drinker, as there’s an empty shot glass and some colorless beverage on the table as well. And it could be that’s a third person’s beer who’s stepped away. I’m as interested in how this turns out as to finding out who John Harrison really is! haha

80. udic - April 26, 2013

65: Go Pon Farr yourself

81. msn1701 - April 26, 2013

It is so interesting to see them speak Spanish! They gave Kirk a sexy voice… good for them lol. I love the new scene with Scotty and Keenser drinking!

82. Curious Cadet - April 26, 2013

@67. Anthony,
“STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS isn’t showing anywhere. Gala premieres are just that, ‘galas’. The movie opens May 9 in a few countries and the next weekend in N. America and most other countries.”

How are you classifying the weekend showing of STID in Austin then? Is it also a gala, or just a mere screening? Will anyone from the film be In attendance?

83. Spockchick - April 28, 2013

@79. Curious Cadet
In Scotland we have a thing called a ‘half and a half’ it is a dram of whisky with a beer chaser. Originally a 1/2 pint of beer. Not sure why the whisky is called a half though. Perhaps that was what Scotty was drinking?

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