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You can now wear your love for Miller High Life on your sleeve (and not just by spilling beer on it). The beverage that bills itself as the "champagne of beers" has just released a men's apparel collaboration with Stock Mfg. Co. that consists of tees, pants, long-sleeved shirts, and a jacket ranging in price from $35 to $250. The High Life Heritage capsule collection is available online now, but New Yorkers can check it out in person this weekend on the Lower East Side (and drink free beer in the process, obviously).
The quickie pop-up is only open tomorrow and Saturday from 11am to 7pm at 40 Ludlow Street, with happy hour starting at 5pm both days. If you drink enough, you might just end up buying all six pieces.