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I guess when you're nothing but an arm of the obama election campaign, staying current isn't that important.
Oh, and anything ABusch makes SUCKS!
About 20 years ago there was a movement in Germany to Americanize their lager beer. Once the citizens heard about it the movement quickly ended.
I also remember when the Red Hook brewery in Seattle became poplular to a small degree and was written off as just a fad and wouldn't last. Ha!
I think Bud Light is the best staple beer out there.
It could be, people are interested in getting more intoxicated and quicker, by moving to hard liquer.
With beer, you kinda have to work to get really intoxicated.
it would be a shame to allow these american companies to fail.
Perhaps Obamaczar will bail them out also.
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