Green Death

Haffenreffer Private Stock Malt Liquor (refers primarily to the 16 oz. bottles).
Michael Howell

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I was almost convinced these didn't exist anymore. I can't find them in CO, and no one I talk to has heard of it...

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I remember these. They had puzzles on the caps, right? Down a few of these and your a cool kid.

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Haffenreffer also know as the Green Monsta in Weymouth.

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Yea, downing a sixer of these bad boys in high school up in VT was an accomplishment.

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they got 40 oz galore up in every corner store orpackie in Lowell! And, i would assume you could find these at any packie that is in predominantly african american neighborhoods

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My boss used lived in winter hill and used to pick me up the six packs from a packie there i never used to see them any place else. the 40 oz i can find pretty much anywhere.

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i have always called it "Head wrecker"... Im from the Swamp (swampscott).

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We called 'em head reckas in Marsh Vegas 2

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i miss the private stock you cant get it in mo.i always have to have someone from boston send me a sixer by ups or fed ex..bring the stock to the midwest

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"Headwreckers" in the South Shore.

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Man! I use to party with Private Stock up in Chicago with my buddies in high school. We would get 40's and chugg em. It was da shizznizz. My buddy Baldo couldn't handle too much of the Green death. One time he hurled in the movie theater after having a couple. I guess he should of not chugged them really fast before the movie. What's up Sypes Crew!!!!

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We called em "Tonto Blasters" in Framingham, way back when. First time I ever got loaded was on those bad boys.

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Back in my Salem State days ('71-'75), they were "Blitz-monkies".

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From Tewksbury, they were Headwreakers The more you drank the easier those damn puzzles got!

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in worcester green death was what we called the non cherry Nyquil. popular opinion is that a shot of green death nyquil chased with a shot of jagger would cure every ailment.

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My use was Green Death, Worcester area in the '70's.You're right about the rhebuses getting easier as the night wore on...

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Hey, they have that beer here in Pensacola, FL!

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I use to drink private stock in the 16oz bottles all the time when i lived in N.C. now i live in texas and cant find it anywhere. it was the best beer that i have ever drank. i went back to N.C. early august and now they dont have it anywhere that i use to buy it. where can i find some now and can i order it?

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used to drink this in the military,or I should say tried never could drink my way through a sixer damn good!!!! cant find it here in iowa either

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yOU CAN BUY HAFFENREFFER IN sT. aUGUSTINE, FL.i AM TRYING TO FIND IT IN NEW PORT RICHEY FL.

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We called these Green Monsters in Hingham long before anyone ever used that name for Fenway's left field wall.

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Green Death in Lowell. It seemed everyone in Billerica (Medford with Trees) drank them.

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HeadWreckas!!

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I went to NSCC and we drank Headwreckas!!!

Green Monsters

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That is exactly what we called them. I loaved them! They went down so smooth and easy with a great taste, but boy they could mess you up.

Yep.

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Good ol' Tewksbury. Headwreckers, Heffenwreckers and Half-in-the wrappers I remember. Got them at Sam's, although no one named Sam own the place then.