If there is one human alive that could be the mascot for America, it might be this legend that was just in Minnesota to promote his new beer.

The new beer called, "Real American Beer", is co-founded by Terry Bollea, better known by his stage name, Hulk Hogan, he's a wrestling icon and global celebrity that has the goal of "bringing America together, one beer at a time."

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The new American-brewed light lager is available in 17 states at launch, including Minnesota, where Hogan was yesterday to promote the new beverage. Hogan made a stop at the Mall of America and visited with fans and media in the rotunda and inside Hooters restaurant and bar.

Hogan has a long history with Minnesota, his career and "Hulkamania" all took off during his time with the Minnesota-based AWA between 1979-1984, he lived in Minnesota during that time and is very familiar with the area, and he makes that very clear with the many local references he makes during his media interviews.

Wresting and the Mall of America also have a long history, the first ever episode of the popular WWE 'Monday Night Nitro' was held and broadcast live from the Mall of America on September 4th, 1995.

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The new 'Real American Beer' is described as an "American-style light lager meticulously brewed with 100% North American ingredients. At 4.2% ABV, it offers an easy-drinking experience, light in body, and a crisp, clean finish".

Hogan also visited Las Vegas, where the beer is featured at the Hard Rock Hotel, and will visit Colorado on Monday, June 24th.

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