You can still get some dry beers. It was all the craze in beginning in 1990 when Budweiser created the Bud Dry. The term was first introduced by a Japanese beer maker – Asashi.
By 1994, Ice beers took over as the newest craze and major beer producers scaled back the advertizing, but dry beers are continued to be made.
In the US, Jack Daniel’s combined the flavor of Jack and cola as a malt flavored drink (akin to wine cooler) called Jack Daniel’s HArd Cola. It has the Jack Daniel’s label and is marketed along some other favorites like Lynchburg Lemonade and such. The talk of combining Jack and Coke in a premade drink had been going on for years in the US. The malt version is the only realization that "worked" in the US – partially due to various liquor laws. Personally, I love Jack and Coke, but think the malt beverage is crap. Home mixing is still the best.
In Australia, New Zealand and a couple other countries, Jack Daniel’s did release Jack Daniel’s and Cola (8% alcohol by volume). It’s Jack Daniel’s mixed with a cola flavor (not Coke). In Spain, there’s Jack Daniel’s Black Seven (with 12.4% JD which amounts to 5.5% alcohol by volume).