Sometime in the 1940s, right here in America, the world's first beer commercial was televised.
One calls it "very drinkable ... more flavorful than many of its American or South Korean (blech) counterparts." Over at the BBC though, commentators have noted that compared with British lagers "it tasted sour and bitter and was sometimes cloudy."
Pride of Pyongyang, Taedongkang (Taedong River in North Korea) Beer
White rice beer
Reminds of the pure and beautiful flow of the Taedong River
It suits people's taste
Medical action: gets rid of stress and has diuretic effect
contributes to long lives of the people
Our pride, Taedongkang Beer
The beer will make contribution to our people's lives and it will become more familiar with our people