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Oh, the squirrel is drinking American beer. Doesn't it get any varieties that really taste good. I'm thinking of Belgian beers, some delicious German beers, Guinness or Kilkenny Red Ale.

An old English joke comes to mind: What is the difference between American beer and sex in a canoe?
 

poem21045

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Oh, the squirrel is drinking American beer. Doesn't it get any varieties that really taste good. I'm thinking of Belgian beers, some delicious German beers, Guinness or Kilkenny Red Ale.
While I agree that large American beer companies such as Miller or Budweiser produce bland and watery products, you shouldn't discount the emerging and fast growing local craft beer industry in the US. Here in Western North Carolina, I can choose from over a dozen tasty local offerings.

Here's a list of excellent American craft beers. And it's far from comprehensive.

https://bigseventravel.com/50-best-craft-breweries-in-america/
 

Heineudo

Magistrate
While I agree that large American beer companies such as Miller or Budweiser produce bland and watery products, you shouldn't discount the emerging and fast growing local craft beer industry in the US. Here in Western North Carolina, I can choose from over a dozen tasty local offerings.

Here's a list of excellent American craft beers. And it's far from comprehensive.

https://bigseventravel.com/50-best-craft-breweries-in-america/
I have to agree with you, handmade craft beers are always worth tasting. Not all of them suit my taste, but you can try them first. Here in Germany, too, the very large breweries usually only deliver one standard brew. I believe that the better beer is created especially in the smaller breweries that still have to do many work steps by hand.
 

Migoz2

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Weekend is almost over :(

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