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Dieses Thema im Forum "Talk" wurde erstellt von Di0nys0s, 11. Januar 2011.
No. More logical.
yeah, that's true.
though heineken of course is a big player on the US market.
They had a lot of beers, but most of them were of the same kind, not much tasting lagers...
On the other hand, at a festival, you usually pay high prices for shit lagers too, so I just set my brain to festival beer mode and was happy
there are sooooo many fantastic US beers, and some of the milder versions are also readily available, such as Sam Adams, Brooklyn, Anchor, Sierra Nevada.
But for dreams they could've brought beers from Great Divide, Hoppin Frog, Avery, Rogue, New Glarus and many others.
Or perhaps from Cigar City in Tampa, not that far from Miami.
Of course the prices would've been steep if they were to keep their percentage profit on each beer, but I would've been used to those prices from sweden and happily paid it for good beer
haha, yeah that's true.
I think sam adams is the only American beer I've ever tasted, it was ok.
better then I expected haha
Don't know what I had while I was there. I know it had 5ct deposit on the cans.
has anyone mentioned Scar Symmetry yet?
didn't read the whole thread :/
Only US beer I've drunk is Steel Reserve.
I've reviewed 470 differerent US beers over the past 5 years
So yeah, even though that's not that many out of the selection they do have, I know they have some really good stuff over there!
Granted they have shit too, but hell, stick to the good stuff
I enjoy Dogfish Head over here in the states