I no longer need to ask where to find more of these as I have found others. These will get you started, however. The comments section turned interesting. Light nostalgia can very quickly go to "Whatever happened to?" which often leads to tragic updates. I published Narragansett videos in both 2008 and this one in June 2009. They are making it again, and while it has a cult following, especially in RI and SE Mass, it's a pretty standard American lager. Rather like how PBR had a resurgence.
I remembered another commercial, of a guy gleefully asking a woman questions about whether Narragansett Beer is good, growing in mirth until he is hugging himself with joy, then revealing that he is Fred Narragansett. (Note to non-New Englanders. Narragansett is a bay in RI. There was no Fred Narragansett.)
I linked to two old Narragansett Beer commercials over a year ago. If you watched Red Sox baseball in the 60's, these Nichols and May commercials were part of your culture.
There are two others here and here.
Here's where I beg for information. I remember several other Gansett commercials in the series, but I'm sure there were many more. (Punchlines only, for brevity)
1. "How do I know you're not a person in a kangaroo suit?"
"Well, how do I know you're not a kangaroo in a people suit?" (Nichols and May reused this old joke for a JAX beer commercial)
2. Papa Bear: "Yuchh, Goldilocks! Porridge and beer?"
3. "Birtinder! Birtinder! Ir yu meeking fun of me?"
"Nooo, I wis meeking fun of hir."
4. "So why did you go to all that trouble to make one bottle of beer?"
"I only made one pretzel."
5. (After an agonizing speech by a guy holding a steak over the grill so the meat doesn't get grill marks, his wife asks) "Well why don't you at least switch hands?"
"I'm using the other hand to toast the marshmallows."
6. There was one with a talking dog with the old punchline "You think I should have said Coolidge?"
More, please. I'm going to ask specifically over at Maggie's Farm, which I think will have the highest concentration of New Englanders.