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Check out "Beer Wars" on Netflix. American commercial brewers are not even producing beer the same way when they first arrived in the US and started producing it. Commercialized beer is nothing more than the low income, middle income blue collar workers of America spending their hard earned cash and making a corporate capitalist even richer. Support you local micro brewers at least the money stays local.
among my friends,milwaukees best has always been referred to as 'milwaukees worst'
and we drank a lot of it,cuz it was cheap
When the billionaire Busch's sold out to a foreign company a lot of folks stopped buying it like all of our friends and relatives. Never is it seen at gatherings we have. We all are really supporting our great local craft brews. Yup, buy local eat local is a great movement, let the foreign corps suck wind !
There are good American beers, but most of them are regional. Brooklyn beer and ale are good. The trader joes markets have some good private label wheat beers. Very tasty and not overly alcoholic. Samuel Adams is good expecially the dark versions. Brewers, even the major mass market brewers can make anything the public will buy, but they often ignore public taste and brew the pale tasteless stuff they throw at America's "low information" drinkers. Rise up America and take your beer back. Reclaim your rightful brew.
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