The Trans-Canada highway officially opened in 1962. Upon completion in 1971, it was the longest uninterrupted highway in the world. Today, 34 highways across 10 provinces carry the distinctive white-on-green maple leaf route markers.
As Canada turns 150 in 2017, we got to thinking of merging this distinctively Canadian symbol on the equally Canadian icon—the stubby. We've taken some subtle hints from the sign's design and created own highway number 150. And, including the first line of the national anthem felt, well, perfectly Canadian.
Our 'Trans-Canada Stubby Beer Bottle' art print appeals to anyone with a love of beer and interest in memorabilia from the 1970s when the quirky Canadian bottle reigned supreme. And, remember, don't drink and drive while enjoying our stubby print or a cold beverage.
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