There's no denying that getting hit by a nuclear bomb would suck. You'd lose a lot of your friends. Your family may have been incinerated before your very eyes. You will be forced to deal with crazy mole people stealing all your supplies. (I have an active imagination.)
But there's good news for any one out there suffering through a post-apocalypic nightmare: Our best friend Budweiser will still be around to provide shoulder to lean on! (Even if you don't have any shoulders anymore.)
Operation Teapot was a series of 14 nuclear tests done in Nevada in 1955. Restricted Data has learned that some of those tests involved packaged food which, thank god for our future nuked selves, included beer. Buds were located in varying distances from the blast sites—the nearest were just 1,000 feet away and the furthest were a mile away. After sustaining blasts of 20-30 kilotons, the brews were found to be a-okay. Or rather drinkable for "emergency use" and safe "in the short term." The tests also found the taste was totally not even skunked.
Keep this in mind when we're all leaving in Fallout Land.