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I have been brewing beer for 16 years now and I am currently the head brewer for the Steam Plant Brewing Company in Spokane, Wa. Over the years the trend I've seen is an increase in home brewing; it's not for everyone, but if you're a beer lover, it can be very rewarding.
In 2008 Budweiser was purchased by InBev, a Belgian/Brazilian super corporation, for 52 BILLION. Since then the new owners have degraded the product and bought many other smaller beverage companies or just stole ideas from micro breweries. When you buy a Budwieser product you're supporting a foriegn billionair. Don't get me wrong, they still have factories in America, but so does China.
Support your LOCAL breweries, not only do they make a better product, they support your LOCAL economy. Thank you.
Heard talk of Yeungling beer and it is awesome. Cant get it in Texas and Ala. is the closest place from Houston. I have some Black and Tan and is excellent.
All beer tastes horrible, period.
Years ago one of the bottled water companies did a study that involved depriving one hundred ordinary, average American folks of 'sufficient hydration' for several days. After the requisite deprivation period, the subjects were allowed to sample various refreshing liquids like water, tea, beer, wine, mixed drinks, lemonade and a variety of soft drinks to determine the 'best beverage for slaking your thirst.'
87 chose water. Eight chose a soft drink. Two chose tea. One chose a mixed drink. Two chose beer. Most of the thirsty test subjects indicated that the beer tasted 'disgusting.'
Pretty much sums it up.
I've never had any of those beers.... My top five beers are: first place, Coors Light. second place, Coors Light. third place, Coors Light. fourth place, Coors Light. And in fifth place "you guest it" Coors Light.....WeePeeTeeeee
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