According to a filing with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), Cherry Hill, NJ's Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing received approval on March 15th for can art for For Amusement Only, an American Pale Ale.
Coming in at 5.3% ABV, For Amusement Only profiles with "Sweet Orange, Pineapple and Impressions of Mango" according to text on the label. As Forgotten Boardwalk often does, they've detailed a full story behind the beer in the can art:
Seaside Attraction Banned as a Vice of Immorality!
Before pinball games had flippers, winning was much more luck than skill. Laws were enacted to ban pinball gambling in most major cities. Manufacturers tried to evade the bans with labels that said "For Amusement Only." By the 1940s, many pinball machines had been destroyed. The last pinball ban was finally lifted in 2016.
When we reached out to Forgotten Boardwalk for further details, they told us that For Amusement Only "is a crushable hopped up Pale Ale coming to stores in 16oz, four pack cans and draft statewide in May. Denali, Mosaic and El Dorado lend sweet orange, pineapple and tropical notes. Summer haze in a glass."