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View Poll Results: Who has the best beer?
U.S. 31 56.36%
rest of the world 14 25.45%
Ralph Nader's Homebrew Stash 10 18.18%
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Old 07-03-2007, 07:30 PM   #21
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The US is the best place to brew beer, but Europe kicks our A$$ for the best beer every time. Over there, BMC is exactly BMC from America.

You can wander most of Western Europe and never taste a bad beer, but here in the States you can pick one up in the ice bin at gas station down the street.

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Old 07-03-2007, 07:54 PM   #22
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The way I see it the US produces more volume (BMC) and more variety (craft brewers) than any other country but I can't imagine we compete with the rest of the world combined. The classic styles native to different areas are usually produced best in those areas. So I am very happy to be living in the US and have a wide variety of US craft brews in addition to a great selection of imports from Europe available at the local beer store.
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Old 07-03-2007, 08:02 PM   #23
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I have my favorites but locally I can drink every night of the week and never repeat the same craftbrew. I think I could probaly do this for years.

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I voted for US, but it really wasn't too valid. Just about every overseas beer I've had has been unimpressive but most likely because it's sat on someone's shelf for 6 months, after sitting in a hot wharehouse for two. I'd bet beers off the tap in the UK, Germany and Belgium probably rock.

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I voted for US, but it really wasn't too valid. Just about every overseas beer I've had has been unimpressive but most likely because it's sat on someone's shelf for 6 months, after sitting in a hot wharehouse for two. I'd bet beers off the tap in the UK, Germany and Belgium probably rock.
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