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This article tells me nothing I didn't know. Good beer requires good ingredients, craftsmanship, and time honored traditions. If a brewer spends millions on advertising product, something is going to suffer.
This article makes me laugh- Most American's don't know what a good beer is. I'm American, born and raised here in Chicago, and I wouldn't touch the tasteless crap that this country has to offer, unless it's perhaps from a micro brewery. The best thing about Bud and Miller is the commercials, that's all. And if it has a "Lite" in front of it I'd rather be drinking a Diet Coke!
I am mainly a single malt Scotch drinker but when I do have a beer I prefer the dark beers like Becks Dark, Negro Modelo, Dos Equis Dark etc, but my favorite for the last 30 years has been Guinness, even before most people ever heard about it.
Bottom line- if you're going to drink, DRINK!
Get used to these five cheap, nasty swills - in Obamaville they'll be all that we can afford.
For those of you that remember, Falstaff was very good beer.
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