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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.
Come guys, check your work... please. You wrote, "American consumers have abandoned Michelob, a lager brewed since 1986..." 1986? where on earth did you get THAT? I am in my sixties; Michelob has been around since before I was old enough to drink. Their own web site says Michelob has been brewed since 1896. Ok, so you've transposed the numbers, but come on kids, that stuff matters. I'm not sure what I can believe on MSN and I sure as heck do not want to fact-check everything in the future.
maybe because bud is no longer an american beer its owned buy becks and they are doing what they can to kill the competition.
The only America Beer I ever liked was Lucky Lager. I have no idea if it is even being made anymore. So I have been drinking German beer or Guinnes Stout...the rest is lifeless.
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