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Miller High Life Wendell Middlebrooks      Miller High Life Brew Poster

Certified Purveyors of the Miller High Life
In Chicago

What is a Certified Purveyor of the Miller High Life? If you ask Chicago's top Miller distributor, Chicago Beverage who helped us compile this list, they'll tell you it's whoever sells the most High Life. But what causes these fine establishments to sell the most High Life? We here at the Chicago Bar Project have found that each and every pub below has demonstrated three key criteria that has led them to success and the vaunted title of Certified Purveyor of the Miller High Life:

1. Independent – these bars are owned & operated by hard-working Chicago tavern keepers, not chains
2. Fun – more than just being a "place to drink" these joints are a blast
3. Easy on your wallet – my head spins when I think about the ridiculously good specials at these places


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