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Old 12-22-2012, 03:58 AM   #1
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You want a serious discussion about these to hosers? You've got to be kidding. But I will say this,Canadian beer always has that sort of green hop flavor to me. some more than others. And it's cheaper here than up there. I was drinking molson in a strip club 1 1/4M down the street from the frickin brewery in the late 80's-early 90's. Each bottle was $3.18 a piece!
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The major difference between American beer and Canadian beer is one is made in America and the other Canada.

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Old 12-23-2012, 04:11 AM   #4
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The major difference between American beer and Canadian beer is one is made in America and the other Canada.

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But what about beers like Miller? Is it an American beer or a Canadian beer? It originated in America but it's now owned by some hosers. Take off, eh!
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But what about beers like Miller? Is it an American beer or a Canadian beer? It originated in America but it's now owned by some hosers. Take off, eh!
U do know that miller is owbed by south african brewing company right? Not canadians..
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Who then merged with molsoncoors after inbev bought budwiser .. but its still owned by sab... SAB MillerCoors i think its called now.. and its from the uk

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Who then merged with molsoncoors after inbev bought budwiser .. but its still owned by sab... SAB MillerCoors i think its called now.. and its from the uk
I stand corrected... It's Coors that went north. Miller and Bud went across the pond. I'm getting my B/M/C confused.
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Sab merged with molsoncoors too its one big company now

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I would say that Canadian beer has more flavor. Kind of like how they say Miller Lite has more flavor. it's not good flavor, just more of it.

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