Ah, the 90s. It was the age of innocence – and Fruit Gushers.
It was the decade that brought us "Happy Happy Joy Joy," a painstaking interest in Cory and Topanga's relationship, Shaq's impeccable acting skills in "Kazaam!" and Tamagotchis.
It also brought us Hanson: the then long-haired trio of brothers who belted out their sweet, sweet harmonies to teens and tweens around the nation.
And now it seems they’re taking one such harmony, 1997's infectious "MMMBop," to the beer aisle – with the launch of “MMMHop.”
After all, what better way to relive the decade that was “all that and a bag of chips” than at a bar - especially since Hanson’s original fan base is of legal drinking age now.
Turns out, there's a whole sector of the beer-brewing industry that has yet to be tapped. Nineties pop song inspired beers? Right this way:
"Lager than Life" by the Backstreet Boys
"No Suds" by TLC
"(Dirty) Hop" by *NSYNC (stylized correctly)
"4 Saisons of Loneliness" by Boyz II Men
"Ale Be Missing You" by Puff Daddy
"Baby Got Bock" by Sir Mix-A-Lot
"This is How We Brew It" by Montell Jordan
"Weiss Weiss Baby" by Vanilla Ice
"Kreik" by Radiohead
"Bitte Sweet Symphony" by The Verve
Did we miss your favorite 90s jam with brewski potential? Ain't nothin' but a G thang; share it in the comments.