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Just so long as they dont try to force beer made in China on us as they have everything else. MY bad just gave them Wallstreet ^%$#&ers an idea
Blue Nun is good, as is Shock, but the market choices are immense. I have not had a Bud in decades. I do not remember its taste. I have not had a Michelob in at least 20 years. I do not always want a lager, though most of the time, I do. I think about beer in terms of my meal. My local Abita is not always outstanding but it always fun and tasty. Beer brewed for binges is-well cheal and it tastes chea[.
i know it impairs, but i would like to know of at least 1 pot related accident please
I agree with Doug's post from 31 December. The old giants did not keep up.
I am diabetic. I drink a single beer when I drink beer. I do not need the light beers. I do favour local Abita Beer and the Belgium Stella Artois brands. However, I avoid only one brand of popular beer—Coors because the family is obnoxious.
The big name brewers can produce quality products and they often do. I love Michelob. I liked the new Anheuser-Bush Belgium style brew. Anheuser-Bush knows as much about brewing as anyone.
The problem for me is that for a few cents more I can buy a small quantity of beer, experiment with world brands I buy at Whole Food, and enjoy sampling local brews on vacation trips. The taste of the beers from the micro brewers is a treat.
Even the old New Orleans Dixie, now brewed somewhere in Minnesota is fun to drink at the Acme Oyster House. It is better than it ever was.
I am sad that these brews are in decline.
I had an issue about Michelob being produced since 1986.
I remember buying Michelob for my father back in 1972.
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