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Sales of domestic beers are down because companies like AB InBev are using cheaper ingredients so the beer tastes differently and even Beck's can now be considered a domestic beer as it's brewed in St. Louis.
Check this place out it is the Mecca for micro/craft brewing
local mini markets fill growlers from tap
among my friends,milwaukees best has always been referred to as 'milwaukees worst'
and we drank a lot of it,cuz it was cheap
Blue Moon is made by Coors. Coors used to be great beer but has slipped. Blue moon has taken it's place. Not bad beer.
Olympia used to be good, but slipped. I like Molson Ice.- A decent full tasting beer.
All light beer is watered down to reduce calories.. One of the best advertising tricks ever put over on US beer drinkers. Calling it "light"
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Stout and Porter are all great...stella Artois is a Belgium beer. Very good on draft..
But, the absolute best beer in the world is Australian NQ . (North Queensland).lager.. It is worth the airfare to Australia.
I never drank piss but I bet that's what Miller beer taste like. As for shlitz, do they make that rot gut anymore?
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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