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Is it the alcohol or is it just morons that can post with out knowing how to come up with and adjective that isn't a four letter word. Or could it be that you only use profanity when your drink. I have great idea "don't post and drink" You know you can start home brewing your own beer, see what it takes to make a beer that you will enoy and you never know you may learn increase your IQ and find there are more than just four letter word.
I think it's been brewed sinince 1896, instead of 1986. I know for sure that I drank it pre-1986.
I have drank the beers of many parts of the world, I thought Nippon Beer of Japan was good, but there was a beer, I drank in Rio, I believe it was called Brahma Chops, or something like that, anyway it had a head of foam, you could almost chew, and a taste, that was excellent. Most of the German beers are very good, better quality then the ones that are brewed here in the states, under the same label.
Of American brands, I have drank, I would say probably Coors, and Oley of Seattle are the best. 60 years ago, California had a beer called Lucky Lager, No idea if it's still brewed.. It wasn't bad at all. A lot of other beer drinkers must of thought so too, as they claimed to sell enough in 24 hours, to float a Battleship. Personally, I thought Slitz was a great U.S. beer, during it's time.
Joe Donahue is correct,when in the military 3.2 was a shipboard
"happy hour" over the hump drink.however when in Iceland the
german embassy gave us their "polar Beer" 12% and dark but
damn good taste also 4 of these your out. this beer was made
just for them..
Budweiser Beer originated in the land of Pilsner Chek Republic and is still a great Beer if your in Europe to buy it.
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