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Is there any other beer than Budweiser?


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katmann343 wrote:

Is there any other beer than Budweiser?

A better question would be "Is Budweiser really beer?"


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fj12ryder wrote:

katmann343 wrote:

Is there any other beer than Budweiser?

A better question would be "Is Budweiser really beer?"


I don't think so. My husband calls those types of beer (including High Life, which he drinks) wobbly pops.

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Sue Bee wrote:

fj12ryder wrote:

katmann343 wrote:

Is there any other beer than Budweiser?

A better question would be "Is Budweiser really beer?"


I don't think so. My husband calls those types of beer (including High Life, which he drinks) wobbly pops.

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If I'm eating mexican food its Boemia,Negro,or Dos sec xx;For once in awhile beer I guess it would be Coors,Bud Premium,or whatever is offered too me thats free!


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fj12ryder wrote:

katmann343 wrote:

Is there any other beer than Budweiser?

A better question would be "Is Budweiser really beer?"


Frequently referred to around here as "barley pop".

But, hey, a cold Bud is better than no beer at all!
Especially on a hot day!
Some of the good ones are gone now...
Rainier Not-So-Light
Black Label (remember the ads, "HEY MABEL, Black Label!")

Some of the bad ones are gone, too, though;
Great Falls Select ("the headache in a can")
Olympia (not really bad, but not all that good, either)


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Help me out here. During the late 60's, I was in Boston for awhile. There was some cheap beer sold locally who's name I've forgotten. I do remember that you kinda had to clench your teeth when you took a drink to keep the big pieces out. I'm thinking it was San Miguel from the Philippines? I was in the Navy then (and constantly broke), and there was a big difference between what I liked and what somebody would buy for me if I'd drink it.


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The mother of all nectar's....


Second Choice...


Third Choice...


If the above are not available... I will drink pop instead.

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Anybody drink Saranac particularly the Black & Tan variety? It is from Utica, NY. I can't get it here in MN and Iowa (nearest place to me that sells it) is a bit far to drive just to get some beer. That is what caused me to start making my own. Only way to get the bitter, hoppy taste I like.


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