According to Wikipedia, "Champale was one of the first alcoholic drinks to target the African American market in its advertising, contributing to malt liquor's current popularity within the United States.Oookee dokee!
My great-aunt Edna's no-good husband Russell was a ChampAle man. As a result, Grandmother Muscato was obliged to keep some on hand, which stretched her patience just about as far as it could go.
yes jon, that was my first thought about this beverage. caucasians didn't drink it.i seem to recall ads on the black AM radio station [WILD] i listened to back then.
Pork Rinds, watermelon and Newports go good with the Pink variety.
Let's create a Champale moment together, Jason.
This is not possible. ChamPale? The next thing you know Polka Music will equal the Bolero for getting in a chick's panties. But then again, what do I know...
why did fred g sanford and his famous "champipple" come to mind? anyway, now the drink of choice is hennessy cognac and coke! *shiver* xoxoxox
Champale is/was real?All this time I thought it was a joke. Although that's probably because I've only ever heard of it on the Simpson's or other such TV show.
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