This week's question: Belgian officials destroyed a shipment of Miller High Life beer because the slogan "Champagne of Beers" violates European Union laws requiring anything labeled "Champagne" to come from France's Champagne region. In seven or fewer words, come up with a new slogan Miller can grudgingly use that doesn't violate this rule.
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THE WINNER: "The Beer that Champagne Wishes It Was"
Byron Boyd, Savannah, Georgia
SECOND PLACE: "The Beer that Made France Jealous"
John Sullivan, West Babylon, New York
THIRD PLACE: "Tastes Great, Less French"
Jeff Morris, Alexandria, Virginia
"Esprit de Corks"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"Tastes as Great as Its Former Slogan"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas, Texas
Mary Jo Astrachan, Oneida, New York
"Brewed 200 Miles from Champaign, Illinois"
Rick Torrence, The Village, Oklahoma
"The Mimosa Minus the OJ of Beers"
Claire Williams, Louisville, Kentucky
"Miller: Could Christen a Ship. Just Saying."
Butch Morgan, Charlotte, North Carolina
"Miller's Better — It's Not Just Sour Grapes"
Lidia Zidik, Reading, Pennsylvania
"The Less Controversial Marketing Campaign of Beers"
Mike Blauer, Burley, Idaho
"Miller: The Champ Pint of Beers"
Tony Hebenstreit, New Britain, Connecticut
C. Tom Howes, Havertown, Pennsylvania
"The C-word Of Beers"
Daniel Hicks, Randolph, Massachusetts
"So Good, You'll Think It Came Corked"
Liz Ullman, Denver, Colorado
"Relax, E.U., We're Not Really Beer, Either!"
Rick Lowell, Brewster, New York