Several fake beers created in Japan are now being marketed and sold worldwide. You can get the drinks in bottles, cans, and even six-packs. They are also expanding the product lines to include children’s versions of wine, champagne, and cocktails. Fake beer even foams at the top when poured into a glass!

One of the slogans for a fake beer product reads: “Children can’t stand life unless they drink”.


Another advertisement for Kids’ Beer shows a boy crying because he failed a math test and then weeping for joy after drinking the beer. The message to me teaches a child to drown their sorrows in beer to feel better.

Another reads: “…perfect for those evenings when you want to be a bit like an adult.”

  • What are we really up against?
    • 88,000 deaths are annually attributed to excessive alcohol use.
    • 30 people in the US die daily due to alcohol-impaired driving.
    • 17 percent of men and 8 percent of women are addicted to alcohol.
    • Those who begin drinking before age 15 are four times more likely to develop alcoholism than those who begin at age 21.
    • In 2010, alcohol misuse cost the United States $249.0 billion.
    • Alcohol contributes to liver cirrhosis, cancers, and injuries.

How long before it’s in your local store? I was able to find this one on Amazon, “Kidsbeer”.

Join the conversation! 5 Comments

  1. Pretty good with electronics (tv, radio, smart phone) but pretty dumb with other ideas.
    *** and here I thought candy cigarettes were as bad as it would get…

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  2. I always thought and still do think that the “problem” with alcohol is the person and not the alcohol itself.

    I really don’t have a problem with kids having sips of beer or wine. These drinks are thousands of years old. Alcohol is quite beneficial in moderation and kids like people, only have a problem when addiction kicks in. These products are not addictive on their own.

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  3. Why would someone produce such a stupid product? Oh yeah, profit.

    Next they’ll be making kids craft beer.

    Liked by 1 person


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