As your country cousin -- the one with the "Tough Mudder" sticker on his F-150 -- will attest, nothing goes together like shootin' guns and drinkin' beer (except maybe beer and BBQ). Well, now there's a gun range in Nebraska that'll soon sell beer. USA! USA!
As reported by Omaha's KETV News, the city's Harry Koch Trapp and Skeet Range is now licensed to serve beer. And while any issue involving guns typically sparks polite debate, the range is taking tons of precautions to make sure people don't fire a few back before firing a few rounds. Beer may only be purchased after shooting, and there's a computer system in place to make sure nobody who's purchased a beer within 24 hours can lock and load. Luckily, your cousin has a couple cold ones in the ice box he installed in the back of that F-150. Because nothing goes together like beer and tailgating.
Andy Kryza is a senior editor on Thrillist's food and drink team. The closest he's come to drinking and shooting is putting back a couple shots while losing at Call of Duty. Follow him to accusations of camping via @apkryza.